Arikok National Park

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Arikok National Park
Nearly 20 percent of Aruba is protected land and Arikok National Park encompasses lava fields, limestone terrain, a small beach, and a desert-like landscape, all criss-crossed with a series of hiking trails. Paths lead to gold mine ruins, former plantations, and paintings by the island’s native Arawak people. Horseback riding, mountain biking, and self-drive car rides are common ways to explore the island's parks. Park rangers lead free walking tours; 24-hour advance reservations required. Wildlife includes two species of endemic snakes, a native owl, bats, lizards, and myriad birds. Goats and the local island donkeys are common sightings.
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San Fuego 70, Santa Cruz, Aruba
+297 585 1234
Sun - Sat 8am - 4pm