19 reviews of Natural Pool Jeep Adventure
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Reviewed by Kristina S, USA, March 2013
Our tour was slow to get started (slow pokes at the Marriot), but once it got going is was great. The view from up in the hills is amazing and the tour thoroughly covers the whole north side of the island. As long as you do not mind a bumpy road, I highly recommend it.
Reviewed by Corinne F, February 2013
Our trip was great. Our drivers were so fun and knowledgeable. We'd recommend this trip to all.
Reviewed by Paulo Silas M, July 2012
Our guide said: "Shake and bake." He was really right, but it's very fantastic when you're with all those fishes in the natural pool!
Reviewed by Daniel C, July 2012
Awesome time! the driver and tour guide were excellent!.. had a great time snorkeling in the natural pool, had an amazing time driving around the desert some nice off road adventures! BEWARE you cant do this if you have a bad back !! you will be in pain the next day!
Reviewed by Bradley N, July 2012
The natural pool jeep adventure was by far our favorite activity that we did in Aruba. The off road experience is a blast! The tour guide is very informative and our driver was great as well. These guys are hilarious! Very skilled drivers too! The natural pool is refreshing and gorgeous. This adventure is a great way to see the island and get away from the resorts for awhile, A 100% must do in Aruba!
Reviewed by Steve F, USA, April 2012
This is the best adventure in Aruba. Well worth the money and time. We had four adults and two teenagers and everyone said this was the best. We felt very safe on this hair raising tour. Remember you are on vacation and Aruba time so the times are approximate. Our tour was scheduled from 1-5 but it was more like 2-7. Other than that get ready for an adventurous trip to the outerlands of Aruba where not very many people have been or seen. Our tour guide was James and he was informative. Jair was our jeep driver and he was amazing. He took off-roading to another level. He took the road less traveled so we got closer to the action and the sights. Ask for him for an unforgetable experience. The jeeps are well maintained and the intercom system that James used to communicate with us worked perfectly. Bring towels and your watershoes. They will provide snorkel equipment when you get to the Natural Pool which is fantastic. The sights along the way are amazing so bring your camera. Jair and James and the other drivers will not hesitate to take your picture so everyone in your party is in the shot. There are several stops along the way to stretch and take pictures. There are plentiful snacks and water and soda. I have been on tours where each person gets one bag of chips and a cup of water. They had granola bars and snack chips and cans of soda and cups of water. They were not stingy about giving them out. I would highly recommend this tour and will most likely do it again when we are back in Aruba.
Reviewed by Meede7879, January 2012
LOOOOVVVVED the tour through the protected area of the island. We had a great driver, and the natural pool was pretty cool. Recommend bringing your own water shoes, if you have them - the pickin's were a little slim if you wanted to find your size, as opposed to a pair that you could fit into . .. . Great sightseeing trip around the island!
Reviewed by Hannah C, August 2011
So fun, would definitely recommend. I loved seeing the other areas in Aruba.
Reviewed by Nicholas B, July 2011
The Jeep Adventure was a major highlight of our honeymoon. The information we learned combined with the exciting offroading and snorkling was all great! the tour guides were excellent and the whole experience is well worth the money.
Reviewed by Joanne W, September 2010
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Reviewed by Dan B, USA, November 2009