Rock Formations

While the entire Island is peppered with huge diorite boulders, Casibari Boulders and Ayo Rock Arrangements brag the most astounding accumulations. Arawak Indian rock drawings decorate the monolithic stones of Ayo, giving proof of the immense significance these rocks held for the Island's initial occupants.

Conchi (Natural Pool)

Northwest of Dos Playa and nestled at the base of the northern shore precipices inside Arikok National Park, adventurers trek through the rocky gorges on horseback or climb rocky territory to find one of Aruba's concealed pearls, the Natural Pool. Referred to in Papiamento as Conchi, this shell-molded pool is encompassed by an extensive hindrance of lava rocks that welcome smashing waves from the Caribbean Ocean.


The Hooiberg, signifying "haystack" in Dutch, is the cone-shaped mountain that rises 540 feet up from the focal point of the Island. Hikers can make the 550 or more moves to the best, where an all encompassing perspective and encounters with wild goats, parakeets, and colorful lizards make the climb agreeably worthwhile.


Offering a birds-eye see at 620 feet, hikers discover sheer tranquility on Yamanota, the island's most noteworthy elevation point granting all encompassing perspectives worth recollecting. Beautiful shapes of the northern and southern shores are caught from a solitary vantage point, offering picture-culminate minutes.

Guadirikiri Cave

The most went by among a few little limestone caves along the northern shore inside Arikok National Park, the Guadirikiri Buckle is celebrated for the blasts of natural sunlight that leak through limestone gaps all through the cavern. Pilgrims can wander through different layers of the surrender, which run from tall and wide to low and narrow. Adventurers who dare to look up may find friendly bats also touring the cave. 

Fontein Cave

Well known for the decorative caramel red Arawak pictographs etched by the Amerindians and found on the give in's walls and roof, Fontein Give in is set apart with rich ancestral history that proceeds with its storytelling among thousand-year-old stalactites and stalagmites. Shallow inside and out and low in stature, the give in welcomes visitors to crawl through the space, uncovering civilization and history every step of the way.

California Lighthouse

Take in the best 360 island views of the island from the well known California Lighthouse. You would now be able to try and climb the best!

The old stone California lighthouse remains as a quiet watchman in the region known as "Hudishibana," close to the island's northwestern tip. It beckons visitors to the most breathtaking views of the island.

The lighthouse was named after the S.S. California - which sunk past to its construction in 1910. Roosted on a high seaside elevation, the lighthouse has turned out to be one of Aruba's scenic trademarks and offers a photo culminate view of the island's western coastline of shorelines and coral shorelines.

Whenever of day or night is an awesome time to visit the lighthouse for a 360 degree view, yet the sunset is pass on the opportune time of day to be there as the big orange ball of flame gently dips into the Caribbean Sea. Keep your eyes open, you may see the green glimmer.

The lighthouse is presently likewise open for visits, visit and book your ticket for $8,-

Refreshments are accessible or take in the full involvement with a sentimental lunch or supper at the el Faro Blanco eatery.