Vacationing at a luxury Caribbean hotel is a dream vacation for most people.
But imagine if you could actually get paid to be there while your flights and meals are included?
That dream comes true for one lucky person who is hired as the social media resident for the Boardwalk Hotel in Aruba – a boutique beachfront hotel.
The selected candidate will be paid to live in luxury throughout the month-long program and their flights, meals and a rental car will be covered.
The hotel has 46 Caribbean-style suites, some with private plunge pools, hammocks, and outdoor showers.
While there, the associate will stay in seven types of rooms at the resort, walk down to the beach to dip their toes in the white sand, and enjoy fresh fruit at the beach shack.
You can even set up a desk in the sand, dwarfing all the office buildings.
Candidate must have experience creating photo or video content.
The hotel’s website states: “If taking photos and videos is your passion, creating content under the palm trees is your dream and sharing your content with an international team dedicated to your goal, then apply for this position residing in Aruba.”
To apply, you must fill out an online form that provides evidence of previous content creation and explains why you are perfect for the position.
Applications are open until March 31st and can be submitted on the hotel’s website. www.boardwalkaruba.com.
If you’ve got the urge to travel abroad, there’s good news for travelers as Covid restrictions ease around the world.
Today Gibraltar has Scrapped Covid tests for all Brits, making it easier to visit.
Previously, all unvaccinated travelers had to take a Covid test within 48 years of travel and all visitors had to take a lateral flow test immediately after landing and self-isolate until they received a negative result.
That was all dropped this morning, however, along with a requirement for arrivals to fill out a passenger locator form.
The Maldives have too Binned Covid tests for vaccinated and unvaccinated travelers.
To participate, Britons only need to fill out a Traveler Health Declaration Form 48 hours before departure.
https://www.thesun.ie/travel/8559996/caribbean-job-aruba-hotel-social-content-creator/ You can get paid to stay in a luxury Caribbean hotel