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 4x4 vehicle. Because of the nature of the environment in this secluded area, the site in inaccessible by car.
These are famous attractions of Aruba along with the California Light House. The Natural Bridge is what I understand made up of coral and forms a bridge like ...er..bridge over the waters. All natural of course, formed and shaped by the tides. While the Natural pool is similar except the coral form is of a large hole with the ocean water inside..thus forming a pool.
Again these are just "looking" places, not much advanture or activities once you get there.