This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: ABC Tours Aruba, Schotlandstraat 61, Oranjestad Aruba
Start and Finish Point
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Ayo and Casibari Rock Formations, northeast of Hooiberg Aruba
Ayo Rock Formation are monolithic rock boulders on the Island of Aruba. Earlier settlers of Aruba called the Arawak people used to visit the rock formation so they can hear incoming thunderstorm closing in on the island. You will see their carved painting on some rocks.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Arikok National Park, San Fuego 70, Santa Cruz Aruba
The national park has many different sights and sounds. Depending in what areas you are, in the park you can see wild life, the tallest peaks in Aruba, stunning coastlines and arid vegetation that most people have not seen before.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Natural Pool, Windward Coast, Noord Aruba
Located in the national park, you will see the Natural Pool is made out of vulcanic rocks. It offers a wall of protection against the big waves from coming in. You will see that waves crashing at the back of the rocks, only to splash gently into the pool. You will see that it takes almost 100 steps to get down to the pool.
Duration: 1 hour
ABC Tours Aruba, Schotlandstraat 61, Oranjestad, Aruba
Traveler pickup is offered
Afternoon Departure 1/1/2019 - 8/31/2021
|Monday - Sunday:||01:30 PM - 02:00 PM|
|Monday - Sunday:||08:00 AM - 08:30 AM|
4 hours 30 minutes
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
awesome tour, organized, friendly guides and lunch at the end of the morning tour was delish. natural pool at the end was a fave stop.
Great time. Enjoyed every second. Uncle Johnny was the best tour guide. Morning tour was nice because it ended with a yummy lunch. Lots of history and nature.
Quite an experience. Boy was it bumpy. They had pity on me and let me ride up front with the driver. The stops we made were all nice. The natural cove was beautiful. It was too windy and we couldn’t go in the water, which was disappointing, but not their fault. They did give us the option of going to a different location. We did stop at a beach that we were able to swim at. The stops were a little too short. The cave was interesting too. Our driver was new and wasn’t too good with the clutch lol. Overall it was a good trip. Plan on getting really dirty. Lunch was good at the end.
What a great time! Our guide was named Boss Lady she is the only female who drives for ABC tours and if you can ask for her because not only was her driving amazing her knowledge gave me a lot of insight to Aruba and it’s past. Thank you for a wonderful tour.
Great tour guide
A very special place to go while you are on a vacation in
Yeah Yeahh Let go !!!!
Had such a wonderful tour with our guide Big G. Got to see some of the best views of Aruba and enjoy the natural pool. The ride was definitely bumpy and I would recommend some water shoes for the natural pool. Overall good experience and great lunch!
Our tour guides Rocky and Abraham were great! We had an absolute blast. The ride is rough and bumpy but totally worth it.
It's a rough bumpy ride and the tour guides ensure it is...safe but hold on!! Very enjoyable ...pay attention to their directions such as item to bring. Some people were unprepared
There was initially a lot of confusion as to where to pick us up. The communication was bad (I choke it up to busy holiday season). Finally they found us after several phone calls to ABC tours. Jeep ride was bumpy and fun. Our driver/guide Andrew was great! The natural pool was closed due to windy conditions. My main complaint was they took us instead to a beach to swim in but the waves were crazy strong and it probably was not a good idea to swim there esp w/ kids/teens. Someone’s glasses got swallowed by the ocean never to be seen again making for a great hassle the rest of the trip. We found out later in the week that there were other beaches not far from there that would have been a much better place to stop for a swim. Overall we had fun though.
Enjoyed the tour and had beautiful views of the coast and waves crashing ashore. Very rough ride, although safely buckled in and was fun. Sadly, the natural pool was closed due to high winds. Substitute spot for snorkeling looked nice but too shallow and rocky! Excellent lunch!
Take a break from Aruba’s picture-perfect beaches with a half-day tour to another of the island’s natural highlights, the Natural Pool in Arikok National Park. Sitting pretty on Aruba’s east coast, the Natural Pool, surrounded by volcanic rock, provides a fun and interesting place to swim and snorkel with other adventurous types who’ve made the off-road trek by 4x4 Land Rover vehicle. Your caravan also stops at island attractions like the Fuente Bridge, Indian Caves, Fontein Garden. Cold drinks and hotel transport included.