This mostly panoramic tour provides you with an excellent opportunity to take in the scenic delights of this captivating Island and see the unique features of Aruba that set it apart from other destinations.
Traveling from the pier, you will first enjoy a scenic drive along Eagle Beach, past the popular resort hotels to the oldest lighthouse on the island, the California Lighthouse. After a photo stop here, you will continue on to your second stop, Alto Vista Chapel. This is the site where the Spanish missionaries are said to have converted the island's Indians into Christians in 1560.
Next, your route takes you along the North coast to Baby Natural Bridge, situated next to the former Natural Bridge, which was Aruba's premier attraction until its collapse in 2005. This spot vividly demonstrates the powerful forces of the sea, which over the years has carved through coral and lime stone, creating amazing formations and arches in the rocks.
Before returning to the pier, your excursion makes a final stop at the Casibari Rock formation, a group of large diorite and granite boulders found nowhere else in the Caribbean. As you make your way back along the South coast toward Oranjestad, you will also pass the world's largest water desalination plant.
Please note: This tour involves limited walking, mainly at the guest's discretion. The tour has limited wheelchair availability and wheelchair guests must have a collapsible wheelchair, be able to make their own way on and off the coach and have a companion to assist them. Those guests with mobility concerns are cautioned to evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Lightweight clothing, sunglasses, sun cap, sunscreen and flat comfortable walking shoes are suggested. Some of the venues on this tour charge for use of the restrooms. No filming or photos are allowed at Alto Vista Chapel.