Thinking of Getting Married in Aruba, Bonaire, or Curacao?

Aruba is a popular choice for Destination Weddings because of the abundance of airlift to the island from most major US Gateways. As it is common for Destination Brides to get married on one island and honeymoon on another, many of my Aruba bride have voiced their complaints that there simply is not an easily accessible island once you are on Aruba. To visit most, you must fly back to Miami to change planes. So, I am thrilled to report that it is now easier to island-hop between the ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao). While these islands are relatively close together making a ferry service seem like a logical answer, there is no such service. Up until a few years ago, inter-island flights were infrequent and unreliable. This year, I have found two small airlines to service my clients. Both Insel Air and Tiara Air fly between Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao. Tiara Air recently announced that they were adding more flights and now flies between all 3 islands multiple times a day on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

3 Responses to “Thinking of Getting Married in Aruba, Bonaire, or Curacao?”

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