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So this is a little drive from the main hotels, but way worth it.
It is accessible by basic car but they are dirt roads. One of my favorite things about Aruba, definitely read the history of Arawak people before going.
Unlike the closeby Fontein cave, this cave is really worth a visit.
Get inside and just imagine yourself as an inhabitant 10,000 years ago. Would have been the best available property around!
The cave is made of different chambers, easily accessible, with natural light openings....More
The caves are spectacular in itself with their inside rock formations but the natural light through the ceilings makes the experience dramatic and mesmerizing.
The entrance is quite steep and uneven, and the access between the caves is dark and uneven as well. Wear good...More
My husband and I went to the caves for the first time today. The stalactites and stalagmites were beautiful. We found the openings at the top of the cave gorgeous as the sun shined in brightly.
Our guide Jason from Fofoti tours was knowledgeable and...More
We rented a midsize car for $38 from Econo Car rental and drove through Arikok National Park and explored the caves. Well worth the trip to see the other side of the island. Beautiful ocean side with dirt rock and cacti, as ground cover. Way...More
Very dramatic site. There are some rather steep steps leading to the entrance. Once inside, you find yourself within a large dome-shaped chamber with sunlight streaming through two holes in the ceiling. We did see one or two bats that were in the deeper area...More
This cave is about a 5 minute drive away from the Fontein Cave. Although the Fontein Cave has many drawings from the Arawak Indians, I found this cave to be more exciting as you can go in further.
This cave did not have any park...More
We did a combination of seeing the park on our own and part tour. The caves are accessible to drive to in a regular rental car and they are only about 15 minutes apart. We did not see anyone hiking to the caves. Everyone... More
We did a combination of seeing the park on our own and part tour. The caves are accessible to drive to in a regular rental car and they are only about 15 minutes apart. We did not see anyone hiking to the caves. Everyone arrived either on their own rental car or by tour. The other side of the park where the natural pool is located is where we opted to take a UTV tour. Terrain is really rough even with a 4X4 vehicle. We did see a few people hiking to the natural pool but I heard it is about an hour hike. I personally would not hike around the park as it is very hot, no shade anywhere, and you need to be sure you carry a lot of water and sunscreen. Plus you will also have to deal with all the tours passing you by and all the dust.