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Visit Donkey Sanctuary Aruba where you can feed and pet the donkeys from the safety of our enclosed porch. They especially love apples and carrots, so feel free to bring some along. There is no admission fee, though your generous donations are...more
We loved visiting the Donkey Sanctuary on our way out to Baby Beach. We brought some carrots for them (2 bags from Superfood, wish we would have brought more). When we arrived we saw a sign that instructed us to head to the welcome center....More
Walk right in and take your time with the animals. All are friendly and it was bout 3 bucks for a large bag of food. We got post cards here as well in the gift shop. The staff pretty much leaves you alone and allows...More
Well cared for donkeys come to eat their special food right from your hands in this clean, well cared for sanctuary for these abandoned animals. The staff-all volunteers-explain why and how they care for the donkeys. There are many things to buy in the company...More
This was a stop on our all day Jeep Tour. The donkeys were fun to see and walked right up to you. We bought a bag of food to feed them and boy they loved it! The guide was very informative and easy to listen...More
How nice to see somebody trying to save the island donkeys. We bought a bag of food to feed the donkeys - the kids liked feeding them and petting them. Listen to their story about how the donkeys came to the island, and why they...More
So we read in advance that you should bring some apples or carrots with you to feed the donkeys, which we did, but there are also bags of food pellets to be purchased at the sanctuary to feed the animals. When you arrive you’ll see...More
This is an awesome free activity you can take your children to. They have over 130 donkeys at this sanctuary. Kind of a sad story. Donkeys used to be used for transportation, but when aruba got cars they just let there donkeys run wild. Over...More
As long as you have a cell phone you can certainly call for transportation back to your hotel. You can also make a reservation with a driver for return transportation back to your hotel. I hope this helps.