Top 10 Best of Aruba & Glass Blowing Experience

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$64.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$54.99 / Child (ages 12 and under)
Moderate Activity Level
No Minimum Age
4.0 hours
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Bushiribana Gold Mine Ruins: Drive by to see the remnants of a long-abandoned gold mill that processed gold ore during Aruba’s gold rush in the nineteenth century.

Frenchman’s Pass: Drive a narrow passage, between coral cliffs above the area known as Spanish Lagoon and see the Balashi Gold Mill Ruins from a distance. Learn more about the “Ghost stories”.

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.

Ayo Rock Formations: Stop and enjoy a guided tour as you explore this enormous diorite formation inside a garden full of local flora and fauna. It also has a petroglyph that is over 2,000 years old.

Murano Art Glass Blowing Studio: The glass blowing master will show you his skills by giving a glass blowing demonstration. Browse his gallery of unique creations that his staff can wrap for travel for you.

California Lighthouse: 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.

The Bubali Bird Sanctuary: This protected area falls under the auspices of the National Park and consist of over 280 species of birds out of which 56 are year-round residents. Guests can climb up the observation tower for the best views or walk the waterways paths to see turtles and fish.

See Aruba’s Best Beaches: Drive by Arashi Beach, Palm Beach and Eagle Beach area, also home to two of the most photographed fofoti trees in Aruba. You guide will slow down for you to take a picture.

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Accessibility: Tour is ambulatory accessible; you must be able to take a few steps (up/down) and walk short distances. Collapsible wheelchair can be stored.

What to Bring: Cash/credit card for purchases.

Good to Know: Tour sequence may vary. At the end of the tour, there is the opportunity to be dropped off downtown for independent shopping time. Guests can shop at the Murano Glass gift shop for one of a kind hands blown glass souvenirs. Tour company is Earth Check certified.