Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Natural Pool Jeep Adventure. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Fred Alan B
Actually did this for the second time this year. It is truly a must do when in Aruba! Too much fun!
Had an excellent time. Our guide was funny and very informitive. One of the best guides I've had the priviledge to meet.
It was exciting, very glad we did not have to drive, but more info about the activity level would have been nice. The snokeling was unrealistic with so many people in the pool. Life vests were necessary but not provided!
Great fun for me, the driver and the family! Many bumps and much laughter, beautiful sights and not rushed. Well worth the money spent.
Fun trip with experienced guide through the outback of Aruba. Nice swim in Nature Pool. Great way to see the sights of the island!
Landscape was beautiful. It is important to emphasize that drivers of jeep are chosen among customers taking part. Bring driver's license. Roads are too bumpy and if you are not skilled to drive jeeps you might be in trouble. Printed voucher must be switched in advance with the original one at the office.
My family and I took the half day jeep tour and loved it. If I had to find a negative about this tour, it would that there were other tours ATV and horseback riding at the Natural Pool and it was a bit crowded. But, a MUST do!
The tour guides were fantastic. They were very engaging, funny and informative. This trip was not worth the amount charged. The chapel was nice and the story behind it was okay, but I felt to much time was spent there. The largest natural bridge had collapsed leaving only a small bridge left and while there if you need the restroom you must pay $1. (gouging at it's finest). The natural pool was nice but it requires a steep walk that left many elderly people having to view it from a very good distance.
As conceived, the trip itself was wonderful -- we had the opportunity to see some beautiful areas that we could not have accessed another way. However - the tour started late (not a fan of wasting precious vacation time waiting in a bus depot) and the Jeeps were in a terrible state of repair (i.e., broken sound systems, doors that wouldn't open and headlights that were broken). I would urge future travelers to insist on ensuring the Jeeps were safe before taking this tour.