Shipping to Aruba
Shipping to Aruba is fairly straight forward. You will want to check with their current Custom's web site before shipping to see what shipping limitations and restrictions are currently in place before you try to send something. This web site will also help you to figure out what paperwork you will need to have filed for your specific shipment and what to expect from the process. If you have trouble getting the information off of Aruba's Custom's web site, then you can always check with your shipping company for their help.
Shipping destinations in Aruba
The main port in Aruba that receives the majority of its ocean cargo freight liners is the port of Oranjestad in San Nicolas. From here your shipment will be off loaded and go through the Customs procedures before being released to its recipient. If you ship via air mail, most shipment get processed through the Reina Beatrix International Airport which is the major one in Aruba.
Tracking your shipping to Aruba
No matter where you ship to, it is advisable to get a tracking number with your shipment. This holds true when shipping to Aruba, especially since it is a great distance from most places and therefore the risk of it being lost in transit is a bit higher that if you were mailing something down the street.
Shipping limitations to Aruba
You are not allowed to ship spear guns, soil, any radio active materials, precious stones, ice of any kind, furs or bearer documents to Aruba at this time. Other items, such as firearms and live animals, will be permitted into the country only if accompanied by a special permit. It is best to check with your shipping company for the most up to date list of restricted and prohibited items as they do change from time to time.