Can you drive to natural pools in Aruba?

Can you drive to natural pools in Aruba?

A: Yes you can drive to the natural pool in Aruba, but a 4×4 is a must and even then it is a difficult drive. An ATV is the best way to reach the natural pool, but it is still very possible to drive a jeep there.

Can you drive in Arikok National Park?

There are areas that are restricted to 4 wheel drive vehicles, but the vast majority of the park is open to the normal small rental car. Most of the roads are dirt and rough,but that should not stop you from visiting this unique national park. It is $10 per person to enter the park.

How do I get to Arikok National Park?

The best place to enter the Arikok National Park is through the San Fuego Entrance. Here you can pick up a map of the park and buy an entrance ticket at $11 per person for adults. The conservation fee is used for nature conservation, research, education and park maintenance.

How do you walk to natural pool in Aruba?

There are two ways to get to Natural Pool. The most common way is to enter Arikok National Park and hire a guide with a 4×4 or ATV vehicle to drive you out to the pool. You can drive your own 4×4 but you need to make sure you have authorization from your rental car company.

How much does it cost to go to Arikok National Park?

Admission to Arikok National Park costs $11. Children ages 17 and younger can enter for free. The park is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Stop by the visitor center to speak with a ranger and pick up a map.

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Where is the natural pool in Aruba located?

The unique natural pool is also known as ‘Conchi’ (bowl) or ‘Cura di Tortuga’ (Turtles Cove) and located inside Aruba’s national park Arikok. The location of the Pool is surrounded by some of Aruba’s most rugged terrain, so a visitor truly gets the feeling of having “discovered” something when they reach the site, by either foot,…

What are the best things to do in Aruba?

Visit Aruba’s Natural Pool and Baby Beach on a unique off-road 4WD adventure to the island’s top natural attractions. Ride in a 4×4 Land Rover, specially designed to traverse the rugged terrain of Arikok National Park.

Why is the natural pool in Aruba called Conchi?

The Natural Pool is also known locally as “Conchi” or “Cura di Tortuga,” because it is said that the pool was once used to hold sea turtles before they were sold. ( Tortuga means turtle in Papiamento, the official language of Aruba.) Did you know? You can reserve your spot today and pay when you’re ready. Did you know?

What to wear to the natural pool in Aruba?

It is roughly one mile of walking between Daimari Beach and the Natural Pool. Make sure you are wearing sunscreen! You will be in the sun the entire time. Bring lots of water, at least one liter per person. Wear sturdy shoes. Tennis shoes or hiking shoes are ideal. Our daughter did the entire walk in water shoes without a problem.