A steady pile of rock and cacti under the big open Caribbean sky, the Ayo and Casibari rock formations are, nevertheless, an Aruba highlight. They offer a unique perspective of the inner workings of the volcanic forces at work on the island of Aruba and make for a great day trip exploring the island and, for the intrepid traveler willing to clamber to the top of them, a great view of the whole of Aruba. A fun opportunity for exploration, bring the family to see what geologic forces can compose with enough time, pressure and Caribbean sun.
The Ayo and Casibari Rock Formations are free to visit and located northeast of Hooiberg, Aruba. The best time to visit is early in the morning or late in the evening while the sun isn’t so hot and the views are the most picturesque.