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About Arikok National Park Foundation
Photo courtesy of Arikok National Park Foundation
Arikok National Park is Aruba's pride and preservation. Conserving the island’s natural miracles and cultural treasures is of vital importance to locals and visitors. By creating awareness, everyone can be part of this mission that protects Aruba’s natural pools, sand dunes, endangered species – everything that makes this destination unique.
See & Do
One of Aruba's natural wonders is tucked away into the island's roughest landscapes located in the Arikok National Park. A scenic drive or horseback ride along the northeast coast will take adventurers to this amazing swimming and snorkeling spot: a natural bowl surrounded by volcanic rock formations and crashing waves.
Have a real taste of the island’s outdoor life by taking in the arid landscapes and beautiful coastal views at Boca Prins Bar and Restaurant. It’s centrally located near the Boca Prins sand dunes and Fontein caves, offering a casual menu of hot and cold sandwiches and other moderately-priced dishes.