Aruba's Arikok Park gets a makeover

This is Aruba's national treasure. The previously known Arikok Park has been renamed the Aruba Conservation Foundation

(Source: Aruba Tourism Authority)

18% of Aruba is a national park and home to a long list of animal and plant species. Arikok National Park features priceless exotic gems indigenous to our island.

Aruba Conservation Foundation is a fabulous place to spend the day enjoying the stunning scenery. There is a small entrance fee, which goes towards the preservation of the park, educational programs, and the animals in Aruba that roam freely on 4,000 hectares.

This site boasts a variety of unique attractions and cultural heritage sites, including spectacular caves, original Aboriginal rock art, unusual geological formations of lava, quartz, diorite and limestone, guided nature walks through dry river beds to hidden bays such as Moro, Boca Prins and Dos Playa.

The park's monthly open-air, star-studded cinema event is well worth the visit and is an unforgettable experience for the whole family. Entry to this activity is free.


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