A fun ATV or Jeep ride will get you here. There is a vendor right next to the ruins with Ice Cream, Water and Beer.
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Rented a car, drove there, explored a little, took some pics. Climbed around in the building. Kinda of a dusty ride if you are traveling in a jeep or tour truck.
on our excursion we stopped in front of to take photos but did not get out and go in. crazy how they can build that with just their hands and rocks. great - but didn't get out of the truck
The ruins of the mining settlement are interesting and provide some insight into a part of Aruba’s history that is little known. However, the best this place offers is the amazing natural scenery: desert like formations just next to a wild sea. It is a...More
A stop along the way on our ATV tour - good for photos also a food truck and a port-o-potty for a $1 that is pretty clean considering you are away from everything.
We rented a 4 wheel drive jeep and this was one of our stops. We spent about 45 minutes or so climbing over the ruins and exploring. There is also a truck that is usually parked here that you can get something to drink. Well...More
Stopped off here on our tour of the island. The place was heaving with tourists and the sun was blistering. There is an information board to read about the mines and also you can walk up and around them. This is not great for people...More
If you are on a TOUR, its probably one of your stops. If you are doing your our site seeing, if you are going to the natural bridge, its on its way. I would not go see it if your are only going to see...More
The mine ruins are easy to find and there are plenty of parking spaces, but the road leading up to it is a bit uneven. There isent too much to see apart from one building which you can explore. It is possible to climb up...More