• Location: Aruba
  • Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
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Drive around Aruba aboard an open-air converted school bus decked out in tropical-themed Caribbean colors. You’ll see island highlights narrated by an informative guide while you sip rim punch between stops. Visit the California Lighthouse, the Natural Bridge and Guadirikiri Caves in Arikok National Park. Swim in the calm waters of Baby Beach and feast on a restaurant barbecue lunch during your 6.5-hour tour, including round-trip hotel transport.

Highlights

  • 6.5-hour island tour of Aruba
  • Travel around the island in a colorful, open-air bus with a knowledgeable local guide
  • Visit natural attractions like Arashi Beach, the Natural Bridge and the Guadirikiri Caves in Arikok National Park
  • See historical landmarks like California Lighthouse and Alto Vista Chapel
  • Enjoy a BBQ lunch at La Granja restaurant
  • Go swimming in the tranquil waters of Baby Beach
  • Unlimited rum punch and other beverages on the bus and hotel transport are included

What You Can Expect

Landmarks of Aruba Including Arikok National Park and Arashi Beach

Alto Vista Chapel in Aruba

Visit Aruba’s most popular landmarks aboard a brightly colored converted school bus and enjoy the tropical island breeze through large open windows. Meet your guide at hotel pickup and listen to fascinating facts about the Caribbean island as you sip unlimited beverages (soda, rum punch, fruit punch and water) on board.

Your tour provides a closer look at attractions like Arashi Beach, the California Lighthouse and Tierra del Sol Country Club and Resort, located at Aruba’s northwest coast. Snap photos from your perch or disembark to stretch your legs. 

Driving south along the island’s eastern coastline, you’ll visit Alto Vista Chapel, the ruins of the 19th-century Bushiribana gold mine and the remains of the Natural Bridge — a limestone formation that collapsed in 2005. 

Around midday, enjoy a barbecue lunch served at La Granja restaurant. 

Get a glimpse of the mysterious Ayo rock formations before heading to Arikok National Park to see the Amerindian petroglyphs at Guadirikiri Caves. Take a 15-minute guided tour inside one of the caves, whose two chambers are illuminated by sunlight streaming down through holes in the ceiling. 

Arriving at Aruba’s southern end, finish with 45 minutes of free time at Baby Beach. Swim in the shallow waters of the tranquil lagoon; if you wish to further explore the marine life, snorkel gear is available to rent (own expense).

 Your 6.5-hour tour ends with hotel drop-off in the late afternoon.

Customer Reviews

Lindsey J

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2018

This is a great low impact way of seeing the whole island! Our driver and guide, Tony, was great and answered every question we had about the island, sites, and people. The open air bus is really nice but you will get some sun so sunscreen and water is a good idea, but they do offer drinks on the bus alcoholic and juices or water. Lunch was delicious and was a lot more then I had expected, plus it was a perfect way to recharge for the second half of the tour. Really great experience and would definitely recommend to anyone looking to learn about and see the island.

Mary Jo H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2018

Excellent service!

Sergiu R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Excellent tour, open bus was very pleasant and covered all the important landmarks of Aruba

shawnbroadbent069

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Tour took us around the whole island, our tour guide Tony was very friendly and informative. Lunch was great. Well worth the money !

Gio United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

Our tour guide was fabulous! he made our day fun and enjoyable! gave lots of information along the way! would highly recommend!

Melvin G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2017

My wife and I enjoy the landmarks of Aruba tour. Our tour guide and driver was Tony. Tony is very knowledgeable and allowed
enough time to explore the sites.He also told us interesting information about the water system, housing, schools, and the people
who inhabited Aruba.We enjoy the clear bluish green ocean from Arashi beach to the Guadirkiri caves. My favorite sites was the Natural
bridge, the cave, and Baby Beach. The water at Baby Beach was shallow starting out and you can rent snorke equipment or just swim.
It was an excellent way to cool off before heading back to our hotel. My only complaint was the rum punch was limited.I had 1 cup but it was an excellent tour.

Erin N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2017

James was a fun and knowledgeable guide. This tour does really give someone a good view of the whole island. The bus ride can be very bumpy, especially in the back.

Shannon R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2017

Our driver Tony was extremely friendly and very knowledgeable. He even taught us some key phrases of the local language. Each destination gives you about 10 minutes which is more than enough time. The lunch was fantastic. Please note that the bus driver also serves you lunch. He is with you ALL day and should be rewarded well with a tip for good service. Be sure to bring a bathing suit, towel and whatever else you would need for your visit to Baby Beach. This was a fantastic way to see the entire island.

Becky United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2017

This was a great tour because James taught us about Aruba! Whenever I travel I always take at least one tour to learn about the place I'm visiting and this tour did not let me down. James was a great bus driver, tour director and historian as well as knowing about the local flora and fauna. The lighthouse, rock formations, the stations of the cross along the road to the chapel were all so interesting and I LOVE caves! That cave rocked,and had some cool paths that were a little steep but it was worth the climb! Lunch was great and the service was quick as to not hold us up for too long. Baby beach was a refreshing break, along with a little rum punch! The day and tour were over before we knew it and were saying goodbye to James and wishing him well. We needed a nap before dinner!

The only possible addition I would make to any tour would be to add a little time at the end of the trip to stop at a place where people could do a little shopping at local vendors. It's always nice to support local folks and when you're in an all-inclusive resort you may not get a chance to get away from your base.

ANNE-LAURE M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2017

Excellent tour and tony our guide was excellent super friendly and really knowledgeable. A must to discover Aruba!

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