4 x 4 North Coast Safari & Arashi Beach Break

Starting at
$105.99 / Person
Aruba
Moderate Activity Level
Minimum age 7 years
Snack Only
4.5 hours
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Casibari Rock Formations: The rocks in the formation are composed of quartz diorite formed million years ago. Evidence of prehistoric rock drawings is still visible at the formation. Guests can walk through the garden or climb to the top of the rocks for a stunning view with the ship in the background.

Baby Natural Bridge: This must-see scenery is a great stop for photos of the North Coast! Current Baby Bridge was created by pounding waves and strong winds that slowly chiseled away the limestone cliffs along Aruba's north coast. Visit the snack bar and the gift shop for some unique souvenirs from Aruba.

Bushiribana Gold Mine Ruins: Gold was discovered in the area and you will be able to get some stunning photos of the remains of the ruins and backdrop of windswept waves crashing high along the coastline as your bus passes by.

Alto Vista Chapel: Alto Vista means high view and this chapel was built in 1750 by the missionaries from South America that came to Aruba to convert the locals into Catholics. Guests will have the have an opportunity to visit and sit in the church.

California Lighthouse: 20 min stop to admire this charming lighthouse finished in 1916, situated on the north side of the island, that was built to signal ships nearing Aruba.

Arashi Beach: 45 minutes to sun, explore, swim or snorkel. Independent vendors are on the beach to rent umbrellas and chairs.

What’s Included:

  • Bottled water.
  • Professional tour guide.
  • Snorkel gear.

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Notes

Requirements and Restrictions: Minimum age – 7 years. Maximum weight – 300 lbs. Guests must be able to climb into vehicle unassisted (step up of about 18”). Must be able to navigate rough terrain unassisted. Sturdy, closed-toe shoes required. This is a very bumpy and dusty tour, so for safety reasons, it is not recommended for those with hip, back, neck, kidney problems or for those who are pregnant.

What to Bring: Sunscreen, beach towel, wear your swimwear under your clothes, cash or credit card for the gift shop, cash for the restrooms.

Good to Know: If water is rough, another swimming spot will be used. Tour stops may vary in order, but the beach is always the last stop. Tour company is Earth Check certified.