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Aruba, Jamaica, ooh, I wanna take ya.
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Officials in Aruba are inviting weary Americans to relocate visa-free for three months and work remotely (or not) amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Aruba Tourism Authority launched the “One Happy Workation” program this week, inviting anyone with a valid U.S. passport to relocate to the Caribbean isle for 90 days.
Those ready to swap the office chair for a beach chair can transition stress-free with discounted rates for long-term stays across “some of Aruba’s finest hotels and resorts,” a spokesperson for the tourism bureau told FOX Business on Thursday.
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Depending on where guests choose to stay, perks of the program may include complimentary WiFi, all-inclusive dining options and access to special experiences to truly "live like a local," according to One Happy Workation.
The minimum stay is one week, the tourism authority said. Better yet, actually working is “not mandatory,” as visitors are welcomed to spend their stay as they please.