Project Description

MORNING TOURS
FROM 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
$200,- 2 person Jeep
$250,- 4 person Jeep

This tour bring people to visit the island. We going to the Natural Bridge. Aruba’s north coast to create several natural bridges. Before collapping in 2005, the largest and most photographed of these bridges was the famous. Naturel Bridge is between the Bushiribana gold ruins and Andicuri Beach. We going to the Gold Mine to see the beauty of what nature create.

The Light House construction in 1910 perched on a high seaside elevation. The Light House has become one of Aruba’s scenic trade marks and offers a picture perfect view of the island’s western coastline of sandy beaches, rocky coral shorelines and of the beautifully landscaped golf course tiera del sol. 360 degree view.

Alto Vista Chapel is a small catholic chapel also know as “Pilgrims Church” that stands on the hills above the north shore of the sea and to the northeast of the town of noord. The Church painted on the outside in stark bright yellow colour makes it a conspicious religions monument for people to visit.

We also visiting the Arashi Beach, another great beach for snorkeling and relaxing.

AFTERNOON TOURS
FROM 2:00 PM – 6:30 PM
$200,- 2 person JEEP
$250,- 4 person JEEP

The Light House construction in 1910 perched on a high seaside elevation. The Light House has become one of Aruba’s scenic trade marks and offers a picture perfect view of the island’s western coastline of sandy beaches, rocky coral shorelines and of the beautifully landscaped golf course tiera del sol. 360 degree view.

The Cerro Jamanota Mountain  is a 617 ft/ 188 m mountain peak in the South Coastal Carribean Range in Aruba (general). Based on peakery data, it ranks as the first highest mountain in Aruba.

The Quadirikiri Caves are located in Arikok National Park on the island of Aruba. There are three caves, which tourists commonly explore. The caves are located at the base of a limestone cliff. They contain Amerindian petroglyphs. The name of the caves are of Arawak origin.

The Fontein Cave is the biggest cave in the Arikok National Park on the island of Aruba. Cave walls are painted Indian petroglyphs, so the cave has historical value.

On a deserted stretch of coastline, dramatic shows of water spraying over the rock occurs on a regular basis as the tide rushes to shore. In a unique formation of rock, volcanic stone circles a small depression, creating a tranquil pool known as “conchi” or “Cura di Tortuga,” or more familiarly by visitors as the Natural Pool.

The location of the Pool is surrounded by some of Aruba’s most rugged terrain, so a visitor truly gets the feeling of having “discovered” something when they reach the site, by either foot, horseback or 4×4 vehicle. Because of the nature of the environment in this secluded area, the site is inaccessible by car.

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