Top ChoiceNatural Feature in Arikok National Wildlife Park

Natural Pool

Natural Pool

Powerful wave action has worn this depression into the coastal limestone ridge. The surrounding rocks break the surf, so – with waves crashing all around – you can take a peaceful, cooling dip. Bring your mask...

Cave in Arikok National Wildlife Park

Fontein Cave

Though this limestone cave is extensive, only the entrance hall is open to visitors. Aside from stalactites, stalagmites and other impressive rock formations, the cave contains well-preserved drawings by Caquetío...

Beach in Arikok National Wildlife Park

Dos Playa

North of Boca Prins, these two stunning beaches have been hewn from the rock by the pounding surf. The site is an important nesting area for leatherback, hawksbill, green and loggerhead turtles. You can dip your...

Cave in Arikok National Wildlife Park

Quadirikiri Cave

This large limestone cave has two 'windows' that allow natural light to filter in. It's home to several species of bat, so flashlights are not permitted (they would disturb the bats). According to local legend,...

Beach in Arikok National Wildlife Park

Boca Prins

The waves have carved out this striking cove, rocked with explosive surf, along the wild, rocky east coast. Constant winds throw up sand, creating an ever-growing sea of dunes. The waves are alluring, but...

Mountain in Arikok National Wildlife Park

Mt Jamanota

At 188m, Jamanota is the highest mountain in Aruba, though visitors tend to refer to it as a hill. You can only climb up part of the way, as the top is occupied by telecommunications equipment. Still, there's a...