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Aruba Full-Day 4x4 Jeep Safari Tour

By: EL Tours
  • Passengers can travel light since lunch is included at a local restaurant
  • Self-drive 4x4 jeep tour with a guide combines independence and safety
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off makes for a stress-free experience
Aruba Full-Day 4x4 Jeep Safari Tour
From US$109,00
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Aruba Full-Day 4x4 Jeep Safari Tour
From US$109,00
Combine the freedom of driving your own vehicle with the comfort of traveling with a guide on this 4x4 jeep tour of Aruba. Get behind the wheel to conquer some of Aruba's most rugged terrain, mostly inaccessible to traditional tour vehicles, but leave the navigating to your guide. Follow them to some of the island's highlights, such as the Ayo Monolithic Rock Formation, Frenchman's Pass, and the Baby Natural Bridge, eat lunch and relax at Baby Beach.
What to Expect

Following convenient pickup at your hotel, transfer to the jeep tour departure location. Get some tips on handling the rugged terrain and get matched up with some fellow tour passengers if there are fewer than four people in your group. Get behind the wheel and head out for the far reaches of Aruba, with your guide in the lead jeep.

Start out at the California Lighthouse, where you’ll learn about its history and its links to the Titanic, then head for the Rock Garden, which allows for great views and photo ops of the rocky north coast of the island. Drive on to the Alto Vista Chapel, dating from 1750, to learn about its history and importance in Aruba.

Take in the gravity-defying Baby Natural Bridge, a formation of coral limestone molded by years of wind and waves. Drive onward to the Bushiribana Gold Mine Ruins, where you can keep any gold you find and learn about the gold industry on the island through your guide’s commentary. See the ancient Indian drawings at the Ayo Monolithic Rock Formation, then stop at a local restaurant for a barbecue lunch.

Travel through the scenic Frenchman’s Pass on the way to Baby Beach, where you will have free time for relaxing and snorkeling; equipment rental is available on the beach. After the day’s last stop, return to the departure point and on to drop-off at your hotel.

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1 - 5 of 13 reviews

Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile
EL tour was great, Ronald made it even better

We were a family of 4 so we had a Jeep all to ourselves and we had such a great time! I love history and Ronald was very knowledgeable about the island he was born and raised on. He’s really serious about keeping his island...More

1  Thank geronimoa407
Reviewed 26 March 2018 via mobile
Fun way to see sites on the island...

We had a great time seeing the sites..Our guide Ewald was very informative on island history...It was a bumpy one but we enjoy it all....Thanks Ewald...

1  Thank Heather S
Reviewed 11 March 2018
Great Way to See A Lot of the Island

Our family did the El Tours Full-Day 4x4 Jeep Tour while on a cruise visit to Aruba. They were very responsive from initial inquiry and booking and gave great instructions on meeting their representative at the port. The day begins with a 25 minute air-conditioned...More

2  Thank LuvToGo20
Reviewed 8 March 2018 via mobile
Great tour!

This tour was so much fun!! Our tour guide was Ronald. He was very informative and takes really good care of tourists!! You will get to explore aruba in one day with the full day 4×4 tour

2  Thank Christine B
Reviewed 4 March 2018
Grreat tour, kidney boucer!

Ronald did a great job of keeping us informed and he was very knowledgeable of the island. Really enjoyed Baby beach for snorkeling and a quick swim. He was concerned for our safety with keeping us hydrated at all times. The tour racked the kidneys,...More

2  Thank Joe H
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14 April 2018|
Response from Jared R | Reviewed this property |
All the jeeps were like the ones sold here. Newish jeep renegades, safaris etc. Probably do 5 but it will be tight.