Arikok National Park

The Arikok National Park is Aruba's national treasure, in which Aruba protects everything, and with your visit, so do you. Nearly 20% of Aruba is designated as a national park and it is home to many species of flora and fauna. The Arikok National Park is also home to rare, precious, endemic animals, tree and plant species found only in Aruba.

The Arikok National Park is a great place to spend the entire day enjoying the spectacular scenery. Proceeds from the requested entrance fee go toward park conservation, educational programs and the animals, which move freely across the 3,000-plus acres of land.

Arikok National Park is home to several unique attractions and cultural heritage, including spectacular caves, original Indian petroglyphs, unusual land formations of lava, quartz diorite and limestone. You can also take guided nature walks through dry riverbeds to remote coves such as Moro, Boca Prins and Dos Playa.