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Aruba ATV Tour with Natural Pool Swim

Highlights
  • 4-hour ATV adventure in Aruba
  • Explore the island’s rocky terrain, desert interior and dramatic cliffs and beaches
  • Visit Alto Vista Chapel, Baby Natural Bridge and a stone wish garden
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Aruba ATV Tour with Natural Pool Swim
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Morning Tour: Double RiderMost Popular
ATV tour departs at 9am; two people per ATV
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Morning Tour: Single Rider
ATV tour departs at 9am; one person per ATV
From $128.00
Afternoon Tour: Double Rider
ATV tour departs at 2pm; two people per ATV
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Overview
Get ready for a thrilling ride — solo or double — aboard an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) along Aruba’s north coast. You’ll kick up plenty of dirt on this half-day tour along rugged back roads to seaside bluffs and beaches, including the Natural Pool — accessible only by 4x4. Your informative guide stops at notable landmarks including Alto Vista Chapel, Baby Natural Bridge and a stone wish garden before you have free time to refresh with a leisurely swim. Pickup and drop-off from most Aruba hotels included.
What to Expect
Explore the natural beauty of the northern coast on a 4-hour Aruba ATV adventure, starting with hotel pickup and a safety briefing. All riders will hop aboard Honda Ranchers 420cc's — then follow your guide in a caravan toward your ultimate destination: the Natural Pool.

A winding road leads to Alto Vista Chapel, built on the hilltop site of the island’s first Catholic church constructed in 1750. Snap photos of the shimmering Caribbean Sea from this beachside locale before continuing along the remote coastline.

Next up is Baby Natural Bridge, a 25-foot-long (8-meter) coral limestone formation sculpted by eons of wind. You’ll also find hundreds of stone pyramids dotting a shoreline at a nearby wish garden where you can add your own devotional spire.

Continue on to the partial-stone wall ruins of Bushiribana, and learn about the abandoned mill that smelt three million pounds of gold during Aruba’s gold rush in the 19th century.

Another rugged, dust-kicking ride brings you to the Natural Pool, a calm basin of turquoise water surrounded by craggy volcanic outcrops bordering the Caribbean. Refresh with bottled water and a leisurely swim amid tropical fish before re-boarding your ATV for the return trip, ending with drop-off at your hotel.
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Reviews (270)
1 - 5 of 34 reviews
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
ATV

Alex was awesome ! We had such an amazing time with him... this experience made our trip, and the staff is great. Highly recommend for anyone who wants to explore the island!! 💯🏎

Thank emcpace53
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
ATV

Alex was awesome - knowledgeable, friendly, funny and took care of us on our first ATV tour. We had an amazing experience with breath taking views. Recommend water shoes for Natural Pool

Thank Amypcap77
Reviewed 4 days ago
Today we went on an ATV tour.

Our guides Alex Pancho were amazing. They were knowledgeable, fun and exciting. They took awesome care of our group. We plan on returning in January 2020 and will be requesting Alex and Pancho. Thanks guys we really had a great time. Kathy and Roger

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Adventurer221569
Reviewed 4 days ago
Faster Faster! (ATV Tour)

This 3-4 hour tour takes took us to Aruba´s main attractions like the Natural Pool and the Natural Bridge on ATV´s. There is a mandatory yet useful safety 15 min speech before leaving the rental place for a REALLY good adventure: - The ATVs are...More

Date of experience: January 2018
1  Thank rojasbastardo
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Fun ATV Tour

The ATV tour was awesome. It was our first time riding an ATV but is was just like driving a car, maybe easier since you can accelerate with one finger. My wife and I did the double rider and were able to switch off on...More

1  Thank GlobeTrotting782379
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November 17, 2018|
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Response from Mary M | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kaleigh, The date you put up has passed. Do you mean next year? Contact Kini Kini directly- they can help you either way.
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