Aruba is inviting remote workers to their island “paradise” to work and play.
“If you’re working from home, why not try working from paradise instead,” the website states.
The program is called One Happy Workation. The Aruba Tourism Authority encourages U.S. nationals to “work, play and stay” up to three months. They also get special rates, free WiFi, breakfast, all-inclusive food and beverage options and more, according to the website.
Those who want to participate just need a remote job and a valid passport.
The number of Caribbean islands offering remote-work visas has expanded. This includes Barbados, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, the Cayman Islands, Curacao, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.