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Baby Beach Jeep Adventure

From US$109,00
Highlights
  • Get off-road in Aruba's less-visited areas in a 4WD vehicle tour
  • Lunch, snacks, and cold drinks provided
  • Snorkeling equipment to explore the underwater world at Baby Beach
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Baby Beach Jeep Adventure
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Baby Beach Jeep Adventure
From US$109,00
Overview
Get access to some of Aruba's off-the-beaten-path landmarks on this half-day tour via open-air 4x4 vehicle. See some of the sights not possible on traditional tours, such as the rugged corners of Arikok National Park and the Seroe Colorado Natural Bridge, then end up with lunch and some time relaxing and snorkeling (equipment provided) at Baby Beach.
What to Expect
Begin with easy hotel pickup; round-trip transportation makes for a stress-free tour from start to finish. With a small group of just eight people or fewer, jump into the open-air 4WD vehicle, which allows you to access some parts of Aruba not reachable on traditional tours. 

Head into the rugged, unspoiled corners of Aruba's Arikok National Park to see the Seroe Colorado Natural Bridge, a less-visited rock formation shaped by the power of the wind and water. Learn about its history and the environment of the park through your guide's commentary and climb the surrounding rocks for photo-worthy views before departing for the tour's end stop: Baby Beach. 

Once you arrive, sit down for an included lunch at a beachside restaurant before spending some free time on the beach. Lounge in the sun, go swimming, or take a snorkel excursion given the equipment provided.

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Reviewed today
Off Road Experience

We took this excursion with Donald and Matthew. They were both excellent tour guides and were a lot of fun to be with. They took us to the Californian Lighthouse, Alto Vista Chapel and the donkey sanctuary. After lunch we went to the caves and...More

Thank Alison R
Reviewed yesterday
Amazing North Coast Tour

Mac was our driver and he was not only hilarious, he was a phenomenal tour guide of the north coast! We got to spend time at the Natural Pool (highly recommended!) and got to see a lot of the northern coast's landmarks. It's a crazy...More

Thank Anna K
Reviewed 2 days ago
Awesome excursion

Fun trip. Mark the tour guide was fun. Full day trip hits most of the talked about sites in Aruba. I was worried about going and being to hot but it was fine. You are in an open air vehicle so you always had a...More

Thank CuriousTraveler66
Reviewed 5 days ago
Jeep Adventure

We went on the Natural Pool Jeep Adventure on 5/16/18. David was our tour guide, he made the trip exciting and was very knowledgeable about Aruba History. I would highly recommend this tour.

Thank markm3762018
Reviewed 6 days ago
Aruba Jeep Tour

My husband and I were on a Princess Cruise and this was the excursion we chose on Aruba. We felt that it was well worth the money. Our driver, Matthew, was amazing, fun, and entertaining. The many stops and information that was shared on this...More

1  Thank 748valindam
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tinagallison
25 April 2018|
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So does that mean you only do the excursions through the ship?
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