Aruba Northcoast UTV Afternoon Tour
- Live Guide
- Instant Confirmation
- Pickup Service
- 4 hr
Ready for the ultimate thrill on Aruba? Jump behind the wheel and drive your own 4X4 Utility Terrain Vehicle, which is the most adventurous way to discover the island’s most hidden treasures! Visit sites that only 4X4 vehicles can reach, like Ayo Rock formation.The amazing Natural bridge.The Secret Natural pool, one of the island’s most Its limestone cliffs, crystal-clear waters and crashing waves will for sure leave you speechless. Visit the Alto Vista Chapel, the California Lighthouse, and Aruba’s only hidden pool. Drive by breathtaking sites along the rough north shore of the island, making your vacation an experience of a lifetime. To round off this afternoon of fun, take a dip and snorkel at one of Aruba’s best snorkeling spots: 'Tres Trapi Beach" Tour stops: - Ayo Rock formation - Natural Bridge - Secret Pool - Bushiribana Ruins - Alto Vista Chapel - California Lighthouse - Swimming at "Tres Trapi"
Operated by: AGW TOURS ARUBA
Stop At: Aruba
At our main office (Schotlandstraat 77-A, Oranjestad, Aruba), you will meet your tour guide and receive a safety briefing.You are ready to go on adventure!
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Ayo Rock Formations
The Arawak people were the earliest settlers on the island. They used to visit Ayo Rock Formations so that they could hear incoming thunderstorms closing in on the island of Aruba. They also carved paintings in rocks called petroglyphs while performing religious rites.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Natural Bridge
The Aruba Natural Bridge was a tourist attraction in Aruba that was formed naturally out of coral limestone. It collapsed on September 2, 2005. One of the most amazing view Aruba has to offer.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins
The Bushiribana smelter in 1825 to extract gold from the ore that was being mined in the nearby hills of Ceru Plat; it operated for ten years. Today, its remains are one of the most visited stops.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Alto Vista Chapel
Alto Vista Chapel is a small Catholic chapel that stands on the hills above the north shore of Aruba. The present chapel was completed in 1952 and is located on the exact same location as the original chapel, which was built by the Venezuelan missionary in 1750.Driving thru the dessert area to reach your next stop.
Duration: 40 minutes
Stop At: California Lighthouse
The California Lighthouse was constructed between 1914 and 1916 near the island’s northwestern tip. It was named after the S. S. California, a ship that sunk near the coast of Aruba. The stone lighthouse was fully renovated in 2016 and now gives guests the opportunity to climb the top for $5, to witness one of the most spectacular views of the island.
Duration: 25 minutes
Stop At: Tres Trapi
Tres Trapi (meaning “three steps”) is a tiny sandy cove nestled in the rocky northwestern shore of Aruba. The 10-meters long beach is accessible by three rustic steps carved into the rock, after which the site have been named. Tres Trapi has white sand, grey cliff and pristine placid waters, where hundreds of red cushion starfish lay on the seafloor, making it one of the favorite and most photogenic snorkeling spots of the island.
Duration: 30 minutes