Explore the highlights of Aruba behind the wheel of a 4x4 jeep during this 8-hour activity. Go off-road on the wild side of the island and get up close to several sights that are not accessible to traditional vehicles. Visit the California Lighthouse, the Natural Bridge, Frenchman's Pass and the Ayo Monolithic Rock Formation. Learn about Aruban culture and history from your local guide as you follow them around the island. Eat lunch at a local barbecue restaurant and relax in the sun and sand at Baby Beach.
A lot of Bang for the Buck - a great adventure. We would do it again for sure!
Tour was great. Ronald was awesome and his love of the island showed through as he shared it with us. Ostrich farm was fun. Baby beach was nice and the hints were helpful in seeing fish while snorkeling. Would recommend this guided tour for both the fun and the history/info about the island.
This was a Awesome Trip! Would highly recommend. Great Tour guide. Very professional. Lot of beautiful scenery, wished we could
have stopped a little more to take photographs, but otherwise a Awesome day. Great Lunch and to end the day with a little swimming and snorkeling. Would of liked a little more time to do more swimming also. Never enough Time...lol
Trip covered the whole island from North to South. Drove down the Atlantic East side, Beautiful. Ended the day swimming at Baby Beach.
Robert was amazing.
A fun, rugged ride. You really get to see the terrain of Aruba. A very different experience compared to hitting to the Aruba beaches.
started on time. pick-up, briefing, the trip, lunch and the return trip to the hotel were all as planned. Hugo knows his job well.
Fantastic tour, Ron was a wonderful tour guide and the opportunity to ride a jeep with my family of four and feel the countryside of Aruba without having worry where the rough rods were leading was awesome! Lunch was good too:
All was as advertised. We enjoyed our tour with Wendell and two other couples that day. Wendell was very laid back about our schedule. If we wanted more time somewhere, we took it. If I could recommend one thing to EL Tours to change it would be to have a radio for communication between the jeeps so that the guide could offer information along the way about history and sights. It would also enable passengers to communicate with the driver if they wanted to stop for a quick photo or something.
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