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Natural Pool

Windward Coast, Noord, Aruba
+297 582 3777
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A "conchi" or swimmable pool nestled amidst massive rocks on the northeast coast of Aruba.
  • Excellent68%
  • Very good21%
  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“slippery rocks” (56 reviews)
“water shoes” (107 reviews)
“jeep tour” (129 reviews)
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Windward Coast, Noord, Aruba
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+297 582 3777
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Reviewed yesterday

A must see while in Aruba...the waves and pool make for a memory and photographs that you will treasure.

Thank Jerry M
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Reviewed yesterday

This place is spectacular!! Make sure you have good shoes to navigate the long stair case down to the pool. Also don't forget your bathing suit to enjoy a dip in the pool.

Thank sweetiedarlene
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Today we went to see the natural pools (Conchi). We drove our tiny little little rental car and parked off the dirt road at the top of the hill before Daimari Ranch. From there we hiked through Daimari Beach, Moro beach then to Conchi. It...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Want to swim in the ocean water like a pool, this is the place. The rugged path to natural pool in Arikok national park was an amazing experience.

Thank murtraveller2015
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited the natural pool as part of our UTV tour. It is very rough and hard to get too, but worth it. It is a steep climb to get down and back up. The pool was packed with people since several tours were there,...More

Thank Kara4030
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We stopped at the Natural Pool while exploring the island and had a nice time. The only caution is that the Natural Pool can be ruff based on weather conditions so be careful with young children.

Thank Angela L
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This was one of our stops on our Jeep tour and it was our favorite. It was a very bumpy ride getting there, but so worth it. Do not go in a regular car. You will NOT make it. Also, wear water shoes. Once you...More

Thank Hugumom
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Reviewed 3 days ago

What a great spot! Swimming in this pool is so great. The ocean waves crashing over the rocks provide a neat background to this scene and keep the water in the pool fresh and clean. Whether on horseback, ATV, UTV or jeep (or hike or...More

Thank Tom G
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Reviewed 4 days ago

It is definitely off the beaten path and will need a tour guide or jeep to get here, but so worth it. It feels so good feeling the huge powerful waves crash over the side and the water is so clear. Beautiful creation of God...More

Thank jeannie a
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Reviewed 4 days ago

A world wonder! We really enjoyed snorkeling in the water! Rocks we slippery so wear water shoes. Take an underwater camera, you won’t be disappointed!

Thank Jennifer C
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Susanne T
March 17, 2018|
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Response from Dave D | Reviewed this property |
We rented a Razor 4x4 from Arubiana. $218 for the day 8-5. They have an amazing GPS app you out on ur phone and we used it to go around the ENTIRE island. Natural pool was easy with the app and the razor- tougher with a... More
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Salvatore P
January 23, 2018|
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Response from ChuckerAtl | Reviewed this property |
Cars and even "regular jeeps" really don't cut it. The RUTS are way too deep in a lot of places. You can park at the gate entrance. there is the main gate and there is a smaller, lesser known gate about a mile away down a... More
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Kate A
January 17, 2018|
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Response from pvannoordennen |
Go to the National Park headquarters to buy your day pass. They will give you a map and tell you where you can park to hike it. We did it in February. The hike took maybe an hour. It is very hot and exposed, so bring water... More
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