Explore the natural beauty of the northern coast on a 4-hour Aruba ATV adventure, starting with hotel pickup and a safety briefing. All riders will hop aboard Honda Ranchers 420cc's — then follow your guide in a caravan toward your ultimate destination: the Natural Pool.
A winding road leads to Alto Vista Chapel, built on the hilltop site of the island’s first Catholic church constructed in 1750. Snap photos of the shimmering Caribbean Sea from this beachside locale before continuing along the remote coastline.
Next up is Baby Natural Bridge, a 25-foot-long (8-meter) coral limestone formation sculpted by eons of wind. You’ll also find hundreds of stone pyramids dotting a shoreline at a nearby wish garden where you can add your own devotional spire.
Continue on to the partial-stone wall ruins of Bushiribana, and learn about the abandoned mill that smelt three million pounds of gold during Aruba’s gold rush in the 19th century.
Another rugged, dust-kicking ride brings you to the Natural Pool, a calm basin of turquoise water surrounded by craggy volcanic outcrops bordering the Caribbean. Refresh with bottled water and a leisurely swim amid tropical fish before re-boarding your ATV for the return trip, ending with drop-off at your hotel.