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Aruba Natural Pool UTV Adventure
"After being picked up from your hotel set out on a rough and rugged ride through the Aruba Arikok National Park home to many endemic plants and animal species. Ride onwards to witness a show created by the ocean on the rocky and rugged west coastline and discover the Natural Pool a unique natural rock formation in the form of a pool. An island tour will not be complete without a stop at the Bushiribana Gold Mills Ruins for a picture moment with your dushi (sweetheart loved one). The final stop is the Alto Vista Chapel one of Aruba’s most precious landmarks that exudes tranquility and serenity because of its unique location and altitude a perfect ending to the adventure of a lifetime.""""Explore the wild side of Aruba on your Personal UTV - a 4x4 Off-road vehicle! Visit one of Aruba's top natural attractions
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Aruba Natural Pool Horseback Riding Tour
"From your Aruba hotel you will be picked up and transported to Rancho Daimari where you will meet your friendly guides and be paired up with your horse.Ride along Aruba’s north coast enjoy the deserted stretch of coastline where dramatic shows of water spraying over the rocks occur on a regular basis as the tide rushes to shore. In a unique formation of volcanic stones lies a small depression known as “Conchi” or Natural Pool. The lo so a visitor truly gets the feeling of having ""discovered"" something when they reach the site. This exclusive prime location is accessible only by horseback or 4x4 vehicle. At the Natural Pool you will enjoy a cool swim if weather permits. On the w"""This private horseback riding tour will visit Aruba's beautiful Natural Pool. The tour departs from Rancho Daimari and passes by the National Park Arikok Hills Moro Beach where you can see ""Klein Aruba"" and ""Conchi"" better known as Natural Pool."title=Highlights&1=3.5-hour+horseback+riding+tour+to+a+natural+pool+in+Aruba&2=Ride+along+the+rugged%2C+deserted+coast&3=Get+matched+with+a+horse+according+to+your+skill+level&4=Take+a+dip+in+the+natural+pool%2C+accessible+only+by+4x4+vehicle+or+on+horseb
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Baby Beach Jeep Adventure
"You'll have fun in the sun on this outdoor adventure in Aruba! After pickup from you hotel ride through the dusty countryside of the island as your local guide takes you to Arikok National Park. Here you'll visit the Seroe Colorado Natural Bridge a virtually undiscovered bridge located on the southeast coast of the island. Catch amazing views of the Caribbean Sea from atop the rocks before heading to the beach. Then your guide will take you to the spectacular Baby Beach. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before relaxing on the beach or snorkel in the shallow waters filled with colorful coral. After a day in the sun you'll be transported back to your hotel by bus. Please note: passengers arriving to Aruba on cruise ship cannot book this tour"""
From $109.00

Most Viewed Local Customs in Aruba

Local Customs

Stacking Stones

During our visit to the ruins our guide stopped to talk to us about the tradition of stone stacking. The tradition was not inspired by a local but rather by a tourist who started stacking 7 stones and...
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Arubans Like To Give Thumbs Ups

If you spend some time hanging around the locals, you will quickly notice that they like to give thumbs ups, especially when posing for pictures or being filmed. Not all of them will do it, but we had...
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briantravelman
Oct 17, 2014

They Don't Want Their Own Money

I have been to 13 countries, and have never seen anything like this before. First time in my life, I was in a place where the people didn't want to be paid in their own currency. Everyone wanted to be...
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briantravelman
Jun 11, 2014

At Fast Food Places, Wait 'Til You're Called Over

I go to fast foods a lot in the U.S., and as soon as the person in front of me, walks away from the counter, I walk up. Apparently, that's considered rude in Aruba.I walked up to the counter at a...
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briantravelman
May 13, 2014

Talk To The Locals In Papiamento

The locals in Aruba, really like when you speak Papiamento, even if it's just a few simple phrases. They don't expect it, so it's fun to watch their reactions. I would recommend learning a few basic...
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briantravelman
Apr 21, 2014

Coconut Vendors

If you go to the popular tourist spots on the island, like Oranjestad, Alto Vista Chapel, and California Lighthouse, you will see these guys with stands, machetes, and coconuts. For $3 (5 florins),...
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briantravelman
Apr 21, 2014
 
 
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Don't Assume Everyone Speaks Your Language

The official languages of Aruba are Dutch, and Papiamento, but most people also know English and Spanish. Key word being, "MOST". In the tourist areas, like Noord and Oranjestad, communication wasn't...
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briantravelman
Apr 21, 2014

Taxi Stands

Getting a taxi in Noord and Oranjestad, is very easy, but if for some reason you cannot find one, some of the major tourist areas have taxi stands. If you print out a map from Google Maps, they are...
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briantravelman
Apr 21, 2014

American and European Power Outlets

I brought a converter with me, thinking I would need it, and it just took up space in my bag.The power outlets on Aruba are the same as they are in the U.S. Most hotels also have at least one European...
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briantravelman
Apr 21, 2014

Island Hospitality

I have been to 13 countries, and 24 states, and nowhere have the people been as friendly as they were in Aruba. The Dutch people were very rude, but the locals were the friendliest people, I've ever...
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briantravelman
Apr 15, 2014

Population Control

In 20 years, Aruba's population has gone from 60,000, to 100,000 people, so in an effort to keep themselves from becoming overpopulated, like most of their Caribbean friends, the Aruban government has...
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briantravelman
Apr 14, 2014

People On Aruba Don't Like To Walk

One of the biggest things I noticed about Aruba, is that the people there aren't very used to walking. We kept having taxis stop for us, and offer us rides, and locals were shocked when we told them...
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briantravelman
Apr 14, 2014

Leaving Aruba, going to Aruba Airport Tip

Let me give you a handy piece of advice for flying from Aruba back to your home. When they tell you to be at the airport 3 - 3.5 hours before your flight, they are not joking. It will take you that...
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Mar 24, 2014

Rock Piles

On the east side of the island near where the old Natural Bridge was located, we saw a number of mysterious small stacks of rocks. I was told that they were piled there by tourists following an Indian...
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grandmaR
Apr 24, 2011

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Top Things to Do in Aruba

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Natural Rock Bridge

We have visited the island twice and went to se the natural bridge each time .. you can walk across it and there are facilities there but they charge to use the bathroom. You might have to wait a bit...
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Bubali Bird Sanctuary

this was very close to the butterfly farm. The entrance, across the street from the big windmill, is unmarked .. their is a viewing platform . We checked it out once and its worth a look .. ti's...
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The Butterfly Farm

we were last there in 2012 .. at that time if you went once .. and kept you receipt you could get in for a week. We went every day ... it was hot and humid .. which is what butterflies like. Be...
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Conchi Natural Pool

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...
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Gold Mine

stop while exploring the island! The ruin remains of the gold mine is Accessible by car or if you get to see it as part of an excursion. The view of the ocean is spectacular. Now they have started...
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Alta Vista Chapel

is a small Catholic chapel also known as "Pilgrims Church" that stands on the hills above the north shore of the sea and to the northeast of the town of Noord, on the island of Aruba. Each time we...
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"Escape from Chicago's winter to Aruba"
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SabrinaSummerville

"Things That Make You Go.....WOW!!!"
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LoriPori

"Aaaaawesome Arrrruuuuba!!!!"
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briantravelman

"Adventure Awaits"
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"Thanksgiving in Aruba"
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