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This was a less than 30 minute stop as part of a longer tour. It was unusual. We saw/fed Emu in fenced pens on a desert part of Aruba. Then we saw Ostrich and got to feed baby ostrich. You stand with your back to...More
Spending last week on our honeymoon in Aruba was a blast, but one of the highlights of our visit was the ostrich farm! They are a hilarious on their own, but amazing to see so close. You even get a chance to feed them! There...More
Took a quick trip to the Aruba Ostrich Farm on our last day in Aruba. From the resorts it was only about a 25 minute drive.
The cost is $14 per person and it’s $2 for a bowl of food. The cost covers a guided...More
I really enjoyed this farm. I learned things about the ostrich that I did not know. I enjoyed petting the babies and feeding the big ones. The ostrich is a real cool animal. You should go and see them.
The facilities themselves seemed fine, and our tour guide seemed friendly enough at first, but what truly soured the experience was a single thing that happened during the tour.
One ostrich seemed distraught and angry, possibly over the fact that we just fed some other...More
The ostriche's were fun to watch especially the ones that were only 1 year old. When you hold a bowl of food up to them they peck so hard to get the food they almost knock it out of your hand. Our tour guide was...More
My wife and I saw the farm early morning on a drive around the island and decided to stop in and take the tour. Once we were done we actually ate breakfast there. Try the 3 pound ostrich egg omelette .
This was a stop on an off road tour we took while in Aruba. It was interesting and fun. We got a picture of us feeding the Ostriches. We spent about 1/2 hour there, and that was enough, but we are glad we got to...More