Come explore Aruba's history and hear how it shaped the present with the full island tour. Hop on the bus and join in for a fun, personalized and friendly Aruba island tour where you will be taken to Aruba's must-see attractions.
This Aruba full-island tour will take approximately 5.5 hours. You'll be picked up from your hotel or a designated meeting spot and the tour will stop at all the must-see attractions. First you'll stop at the California Lighthouse, constructed at the northwestern tip of Aruba in 1910. The lighthouse is one of Aruba's most scenic trademarks and you will get the opportunity to explore its surroundings and take some breathtaking pictures of the panoramic views. Next it is on to the Ayo or Casibari rock formations, which are clusters of giant rock boulders. Here you can also see some of the rock paintings made by the island's first settlers, the Arawaks. The Casibari rock formation provides visitors with a easy trail on top of its largest boulder where you have a stunning view of Aruba. Next, visit the Bushiribana gold mill ruins. Constructed during Aruba's gold rush era by the Aruba Gold Concessions company, it operated for 10 years. Now its ruins became an iconic landmark on Aruba's North Coast. You'll get the opportunity to take pictures in one of its large windows overlooking the rough coast of Aruba, or search for any remaining gold. After that you'll visit the Aloë Vera factory. Come visit, and take a tour of one of the world's oldest aloë factory. After the factory tour, you have sufficient time to shop for many of the aloë products made in the factory.Next see how the earlier islanders used to built their houses at a typical Aruban home. The guide will show you through it and tell you all about it's construction. On the way to the Baby Beach, we will stop at the famous Charlie's Bar. Sit back, have a drink and just enjoy the unique decorations. Being a family owned business for over 75 years has made Charlie's Bar a must stop on Aruba. The main stop on the full-island tour is the Baby Beach. Here, you will get the opportunity to swim in a shallow, sheltered, man-made lagoon. On clear days you would be able to see Venezuela from here. After you have seen Aruba's must see attractions, you will be dropped back off at the location of your choosing.