Geländefahrt auf Aruba: Die Tour führt Sie auf ein abenteuerliches Erlebnis mit Besuch der besten Sehenswürdigkeiten auf Aruba: ein unglaubliches natürliches Wasserbecken, Baby Bridge, Bushiribana-Ruinen und Alto-Vista-Kapelle.
This was a super fun trip and the number one thing we would do again in Aruba. Crazy terrain, an awesome guide, and some incredibly beautiful sights that you wouldn't even know were there without off-roading. Highly recommended.
The tour was great. The staff was always aware of our safety which was reassuring as we were mostly off-road on the ATV's. However it was not interactive at all, there was no information or history given at all about why we were seeing. That was a little disappointing
SO MUCH FUN! This was a great ATV tour. My friend and I had a blast! I am somewhat of a local in Aruba and have gone to all the spots with an off roading jeep rental, but I personally loved going with an ATV better! I was scared at first because I knew the roads were very rocky, but my friend who has never driven one drove it perfectly fine! Also, I was afraid we were not going to have enough freedom at each of the destinations, but our tour guide Jessie gave us enough time to explore, take pictures, and enjoy our time! He was also super nice and took lots of pictures for us as well as a slow motion video when we jumped off the rocks into the Natural Pool! So if you are an adventure junkie, this is for you! We went through Arikok National Park to Natural Pool jump in and enjoy the emerald colored water, drove back up to the Goldmine you can buy drinks and food here, straight to Natural Bridge Jessie takes pictures for you, then to the chapel where you can get coconut juice or smoothies!
One note is that this tour does NOT take you to any of the bat caves, which this Viator company said it would. Also, it is not a tour where they give you historical facts. Nonetheless, you get to see some of the natural wonders that Aruba has to offer!
Lastly, you can buy bandanas not the original ones though and goggles or sunglasses! Definitely recommend taking frozen water bottles and sunscreen because it gets super hot! There is a tiny compartment in the back of the ATV, but I would take a tiny backpack or fanny packs for some money, phone, and wet wipes! Oh! If you are going to take a GoPro a must!, I do recommend taking a portable charger or USB charger! A lot of people needed to charge their GoPros half way through the tour, but we noticed that there was a USB port on one of the ATVs!
Jessie was awesome and this ATV tour was the best! I definitely recommend it!