Casibari Rock Formation

Discover the Island of Aruba: 4-Hour Bus Tour & Snorkel

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What You'll Do
  • Experience Aruba's famous white-sand beaches and great snorkeling
  • Experience the Natural Bridge formation of coral limestone
  • Visit Aruba's first Catholic Church, the Alto Vista Chapel
Explore the beautiful island of Aruba aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned bus, and hit all of the island's best attractions and landmarks, taking time out to visit incredible natural landmarks and to snorkel and sunbathe on the lovely Arashi Beach.
What to Expect
Your first stop will take you to the Aloe Vera Factory and Museum. Aloe, first introduced to the island in 1840, became a very important part of Aruba's history. At one point Aruba was the largest exporter of Aloe in the world with almost two-thirds of the island covered in plants.

Next you will visit the Casibari Rock Formation, a cluster of huge rocks that inexplicably rises up from the desert soil to create an unusual setting, and then you will continue to the Natural Bridge, a formation of coral limestone cut by years of pounding surf, and then to the Alto Vista Chapel, built on the site of the first Catholic church in Aruba in 1750.

Your next stop will be at the famous 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. This area offers some of the most beautiful scenic views of Aruba. Your final stop will be at Arashi Beach, famous for its beautiful white sand and great snorkeling.
What's Included
  • Guided tour
  • Pick-up at your hotel or cruise ship
  • Refreshments
  • Snorkeling equipment
What's Not Included
  • Gratuities (optional)

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