Arikok National Park
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What Aruba lacks in mountainous terrain it more than makes up for in scenic oceanside treks, unbroken sunrise and sunset views, and 29 miles of rugged, rocky trails that lead to some of the island’s secret spots. The best walking and hiking trails are found inside Arikok National Park, a nature preserve that includes a strenuous five-hour hike that takes visitors across the island’s desert brush to an old adobe house, through caves with numerous indigenous paintings, and finally up Mount Jamanota—at 620 feet, it's the island’s highest point—for breathtaking panoramic views. For something a little different, the most rewarding island trekking experience is perhaps the Jamanota full moon hike.
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