P3 Aruba | Private Public Partnership

Contact Information

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Ministerie van Ruimtelijke Ontwikkeling, Infrastructuur en Integratie van Aruba
Ministry of Spatial Development, Infrastructure and Integration
Dienst Openbare Werken
Department of Public Works (DOW)
Sabana Blanco 68
Aruba, Caribbean Sea

Tel +297 528 4700
Fax +297 583 8003

e-mail project Green Corridor: info@p3aruba.com

e-mail project Watty Vos Boulevard: wvb@p3aruba.com

Travel and venue

Area Airports

Queen Beatrix International Airport - AUA
Phone: +297 5242424

Driving directions
Follow signs for Oranjestad/Downtown.

General Information Aruba

Aruba's weather is perfect year-round, with temperatures averaging about 82 degrees and constant refreshing tradewinds.

This safe and stable island has Dutch roots and a government founded on democratic principles. Aruba has had a turbulent history, from Amerindian inhabitation to Spanish and Dutch rule. In 1986, Aruba achieved is separate status as an autonomous entity within the Dutch Kingdom. Its commercial development has included gold, aloe, oil and its primary industry of tourism. With a Dutch foundation and international influences, Aruba has become a modern nation with advanced infrastructure, meeting the needs of its people in such areas as education, social welfare and medicine.

Aruba's 120,000 people are a diverse mix of about 80 nationalities, well-educated with a pleasant nature and a zest for hospitality. Their warm smiles and friendly demeanor are known throughout the world and a key factor in achieving the highest repeat visitor rate in the region.

Aruba's multi-cultural heritage is also apparent in everyday communication; Papiamento and Dutch are the official languages, while English and Spanish are widely spoken. While most of the inhabitants are of the Roman Catholic religion, there are houses of worship of many other denominations.

The island's cultural richness is also evident in its contemporary art, theatre, and music; holidays and celebrations such as Carnival and Dera Gai; and products proudly made in Aruba, including edibles and collectables, spirits, cigars, aloe and handicrafts.