Full Day Jeep Safari

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Adults: $115.00 | Children: $85.00

This is a day when you leave your comfy hotel behind and discover the real Aruba in this full day off road adventure. Travel down dirt and rocky tracks to visit Aruba’s most beautiful highlights. Be your own driver in a 4X4 Jeep. A day not to be missed!

Tour times:

8:30 AM – Cruise ship and hotels.

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The following stops are made on this tour:

  • California Lighthouse
  • Wishing Rock Garden
  • Alto Vista Chapel
  • Natural Bridge
  • Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins
  • Ayo Rock Formation
  • Local BBQ Lunch
  • Baby Beach (Swimming & snorkeling)
  • and many more sights along the way….

Included in the tour:

  • Free pick-up and drop-off at your hotel or cruise ship
  • Refreshments (Water & soft drinks)
  • Snorkeling equipment (mask & snorkel)
  • BBQ Lunch (Vegetarian, vegan and fish options available upon request)
  • English, Spanish and Dutch speaking guides
    (French, Italian, German and Portuguese guides available for groups of at least 10 persons)

Duration: 8 hours

Enjoy a unique (and bumpy) off-road tour of Aruba’s highlights in a four wheel drive jeep. The 4 door jeep provides access to numerous outstanding locations not accessible by standard vehicles. The jeeps are automatic and hold 4 guests only. If you have less than 4 in your group, your guide will match you up with others. Guests drive their own jeeps and there will be several chances to stop and switch drivers. Guests wanting a private jeep will need to purchase all 4 seats.

Heading out, you will follow your professional and friendly tour guide in their lead jeep as they lead you on a comprehensive tour where you will visit the California Light House, named after a ship called the California, which has the distinction of having received distress signals from the Titanic as she went down in icy waters in 1912.

After the California Light House you will make a short stop at the Rock Garden. A garden of stacked rocks created by tourists like you over the past years. This stop also gives a great view of the rough North Coast.

Your next stop will be Alto Vista Chapel, The chapel was built on the site of the first Catholic church built in Aruba in 1750 by a Spanish missionary. It is a special place for peace and contemplation, surrounded by the Aruban countryside.

After the Alto Vista Chapel you will travel to the Baby Natural Bridge. A formation of coral limestone cut by years of pounding surf.

Next you will get a chance to find some gold at the Bushiribana gold mine ruins. The Bushiribana smelter was built in 1872 by the Aruba Island Gold Mining Company to extract gold from the ore that was being mined in the nearby hills of Ceru Plat. It operated for ten years.

Afterwards you will visit the famous Ayo monolithic Rock Formation where you can see some ancient Indian drawings left behind by the original inhabitants of Aruba.

You will then make your way to a restaurant where you will be served a local BBQ lunch.

Next you will drive through the famous Frenchmen’s Pass on your way to the famous Baby Beach for some swimming, tanning and snorkeling. Popular for its clear blue waters inside a calm bay Baby Beach has been a long time favorite among visitors to our island.

Type: Active, Scenic, Cultural

Activity Level: Moderate

Days of operation: Daily

Reservations MUST be made at least 24 hours in advance.

Recommended attire: As the dirt roads taken may be dusty, we recommend comfortable clothes that may get dusty and sensible walking shoes or sneakers. A scarf or bandana may be appreciated, and sunglasses and sun screen are suggested. Bring a bathing suit (preferably under clothing) and a beach towel.

Restrictions: Guests must be at least 5 years old to attend the tour, and drivers must be 21 years old with a valid driver’s license. All guests must be able to be seated in the Jeep while wearing a seat belt. A large portion of the tour is on uneven, bumpy dirt roads, several of which are only accessible by 4 wheel drive. Guests with neck, back, or hip ailments and pregnant women should not participate.

Wheelchair guests and guests with limited mobility should not participate in this tour.