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The Arikok National Park is worth a shot stop. The caves are not very important.You can walk in a few feet and take a few pictures.Afterwards, we did walk to the pond and got fish pedicures with little fish that nibbled your feet.
Sure you go into the park to visit the caves (Quadirikiri and Fontein) but don't forget to walk to the fish pond. Where you can sit for hours and let fish eat the skin off your feet. :)
Arikok National Park was overall a very worthwhile and unique from our other park experiences. Visitors center included coffee/drink bar, clean restrooms and helpful Park Staff. Entry for two people rounded out to about $20. We had a great time exploring Boca Prins, Dos Playa,…
We rented a car and drovwe thru Arikok NP. Beatiful scenery, caves with petroglyphs stunning waves and coastal scenery. Good is you want to explore the island and take a beach break.
Lots of stops in the park with the caves and natural bridges and beaches. Would be more fun in an ATV but we made out fine in our i10. Don't recommend the "dirt" (sand) road along the coast in anything other than an ATV.