As part of our continued commitment to the safety of our guests, employees and partners, we have decided to shut down the operations of this tour until the 31st of March 2020.
Looking to get away from the white sandy beaches to explore the rugged Aruban outback? Step into one of our open-air vehicles for a thrilling adventure to the Natural Pool while enjoying beautiful views all around you!
Transportation from most major hotels included
Important: Round-trip transportation from most hotels is included, to confirm your pickup time, visit one of our Activities Desks or Guest Services Desks in your hotel. This tour is not allowed for guests with back or kidney problems, that are pregnant or children younger than 8 years of age (ID required).
Includes: Water and snorkel gear.
stop at Natural Pool
One of Aruba's most popular and hard to reach location, so the perfect way is stepping into one of our off-road vehicles and let our guides drive you there.
stop at the baby Natural Bridge
A must-see scenery! For thousands of years, pounding waves and strong winds have slowly chiseled away at the limestone cliffs along Aruba's north coast to create several natural bridges including our current Baby Bridge.
PASS BY the Bushiribana gold mill ruins
Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins is an abandoned gold mill that once processed ore from mines in the nearby hills during Aruba's gold rush of the 19th century.
pass by wariruri
A destination by itself for its picturesque appeal, the surf and undertow are too strong here, so swimming is not allowed.
PASS BY california lighthouse
Situated on the north side of the island, this lighthouse was built 1914 to signal ships nearing Aruba.
stop at Alto Vista Chapel
The picturesque Chapel of Alto Vista was the island's first Roman Catholic Church, built 1750 and reconstructed in 1953.
Pass by Arashi Beach
Favorited with locals, Arashi Beach boasts gentle currents and rich underwater life.
- Wear swimsuit
- Reef friendly sunblock
- Head wear
- Shoes that will allow you to comfortably walk on rocky terrain