Best of aruba by bus
Learn about the rich history of Aruba and discover the island’s hidden corners on your way to the best sites of Aruba, all in the comfort of an air-conditioned coach. Our friendly and knowledgeable guides will give you surprising historic tall tales, verifiable facts and teach you about the amazing Aruban culture as you drive through colorful neighborhoods and stunning beaches.
7 hours (approx.)
Adult $59 | Child $39 (3-12 years) | 0-2 years: free
Transportation from most major hotels included
Round-trip transportation from most hotels is included, to confirm your pickup time,
visit onof our Activities Desks or Guest Services Desks in your hotel.
Important: Round-trip transportation from most hotels is included, to confirm your pickup time, v
isit one of our Activities Desks or Guest Services Desks in your hotel. No age limit, babies 0 to 2 join for free when sitting on the lap.
Includes: Bottle of water, lunch and Snorkel Gear
Situated on the north side of the island, this lighthouse was built 1914 to signal ships nearing Aruba.
BUBALI BIRD AND TURTLE SANCTUARY
This protected area offers waterways that provide food sources for many species and is home to turtles and fishes. Climb up the observation tower or walk the paths of the Bubali Bird Sanctuary for the best views.
Baby Natural Bridge & Ruins
A must-see scenery! Current Baby Bridge was created by pounding waves and strong winds that slowly chiseled away the limestone cliffs along Aruba's north coast.
AYO ROCK FORMATION
Ayo is one of the many Diorite rock formations that is scattered across the island.
GLASS BLOW DEMO
At the glass blow factory of The Studio Murano Art will show you how to make beautiful glass art inspired by your imagination.
A very memorable stop at the Anchor for a scenic picture on the way to Baby Beach
Snorkel Stop at the Famous Baby Beach
Baby Beach is very famous for its true Caribbean beach paradise scenery.
Alto Vista Chapel
The picturesque Chapel of Alto Vista was the island's first Roman Catholic Church, built 1750 and reconstructed in 1953.
Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins
Balashi Gold Smelter Ruins