Aruba National Park
National Park Arikok covers about 20% of Aruba's total land area and is located at the north-eastern part. The park contains examples of most of Aruba's flora and fauna and offers a great variety of landscapes from caves with Indian drawings, to sand dunes and beaches, to rough hills of volcanic lava formations and the natural pool, to the highest point in Aruba, as the two tallest hills are located within the National Park Arikok. Most of the roads are accessible by regular cars. There are great hiking trails through the park and guided tours are offered.
Photo by: Arikok National Park
It is important to note that the park can only be accessed by car, jeep, bicycle, or foot. UTV's and ATV's are banned from the park. Purchase your day pass from the Visitor's Center and request a park ranger to lead you on a hike to get the most out of your day.
Casibari Rock Formation, Ayo Rock Formations, Bushiribana Ruins.