If you want to enjoy Aruba to the most, you need to use our Virtual Tour guide.
Use our Virtual Tour Guide powered by GOOGLE MAP!
We choose Google Map, since it is the most advanced and the mos accurate map for Aruba. Please follow these instructions to explore Aruba on your own using Google Map offline.
Download areas and navigate offline
If you’re going where the Internet is slow, mobile data is expensive, or you can’t get online, you can save an area from Google Maps to your phone or tablet and use it when you’re offline.
Step 1: Download a map
Note: You can save maps on your device or an SD card. If you change the way you save maps, you’ll have to download the map again.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Maps app .
- Make sure you’re connected to the internet and signed in to Google Maps.
- Search for Aruba.
- At the bottom, tap the name or address of the place Download Download. If you searched for a place like a restaurant, tap More Download offline map Download.
For iPhone and iPad
Download a map to use offline
- On your iPhone or iPad, open the Google Maps app .
- Make sure you’re connected to the Internet and are not in Incognito mode.
- Search for a place, like
- At the bottom, tap the name or address of the place tap More .
- Select Download offline map Download.
Use offline maps
After you download a map, use the Google Maps app just like you normally would. If your Internet connection is slow or absent, Google Maps will use your offline maps to give you directions.
Note: You can get driving directions offline, but not transit, bicycling, or walking directions. In your driving directions, you won’t have traffic info, alternate routes, or lane guidance.