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Natural Bridge

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8,892 Reviews
Windward Coast, Andicuri Beach, Windward Coast

The Basics

Formed by coral limestone rock being eroded by years of pounding surf, Aruba’s natural bridge once spanned 100 feet (30 meters) of ocean and stood 25 feet (7.5 meters) above sea level. It was one of the largest formations of this kind in the world. It might no longer be standing, but visitors, including many guided horseback, ATV, and jeep tours, still come to the area to see the remaining limestone bridge—baby bridge—and to explore nearby Andicuri Beach.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Aruba

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Good
Lora_G, Sep 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
I didn’t expect to enjoy this as much as I did. The guides were very helpful/informative. However I would have like to have seen more then 4 sites.That’s why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.
star-5
the best adventure
Tonia_S, Sep 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
This was the best adventure ever. Carmello and Alex was so informative and Fun. I highly recommend this.
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OFF ROAD ADVENTURE
Louis_W, Sep 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
Great excursion but be prepared for an adventure, not for the faint of heart. Everyone was helpful and knowledgeable made the experience memorable.
star-5
Exhilarating experience with fantastic tour guys
Stephanie_L, Sep 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
Our tour guy, JoJo, was amazing and enhanced our tour experience with his knowledge and overall enthusiasm. Robert was there to save the day whenever we needed help with our UTVs and was an awesome photographer!
star-5
Great excursion! Worth every penny!!
Bryan_W, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
Great trip!! DD was an unbelievable tour guide. He was fun, informative and made sure we had a great time. Well worth the money, we saw a lot of cool sights and spots. Animal park was awesome. Only suggestion is to get more time at the cliff jump as well as the beach.
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An adventure
Kirsten_H, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
I would recommend this if you like a little bit of an adventure!! Sadly we didn’t go to Arikok national park and we booked this especially for that. The tour guide Ash was really great!
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Loved it!
Danielle_I, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
The tour.was great, Camile, our tour guide was personable and told us lots of good information about each site. We loved being able to drive around on the UTVs and explore. Wear "old" clothes as it gets dusty/dirty! The UTVs could really use some updating as we saw many other tours with nicer UTVs but these ones worked and we still had a great time!
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Good excursion.
Peter_B, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
This was a lot of fun with some great stops along the ride. Our tour guide, Dave was great as well as very informative about the history of the island.
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Great Experience in Aruba
Eddie, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
This is a must when visiting Aruba. Dave and AB were awesome guides. The natural cave pool was awesome to see and jumping from the cliff. Obviously the best part was flying around in the UTV! Put your foot the floor is only advice.
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Highly recommend
Gary_M, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
Very exciting, the guides are vvery good and really work to make your trip enjoyable. They make sure everyone is having a wonderful experience
star-5
Excellent
Mark_F, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
It was our first time and we had a fantastic time, our guide was excellent and funny! I would recommend them and we would do it again on our next trip!
star-4
Fun!! But disappointed with lack of COVID safety
SDK, Aug 2021
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
Although it says that masks are required on the shuttle bus, they were not. We had 20+ people on our shuttle and maybe half were wearing masks with all the windows closed. The tour itself was an adventure to say the least! Be ready for rocky roads and beautiful views :)

Things to Know Before You Go

  • While the original natural bridge is no longer standing, a smaller bridge remains.

  • There are refreshment stands and restrooms (paid) on-site.

  • The area is rocky and uneven, so wear suitable footwear.

  • Wheelchair users may not be able to navigate the terrain.

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How to Get There

The site of the natural bridge is found on the edge of Andicuri Bay, on the eastern coast of the island. The bridge area is signposted. Many people visit as part of a guided island tour with transport included, and the area is also accessible by car—AWD vehicles are recommended to drive in the area. There is free parking on-site.

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When to Get There

The natural bridge and surroundings are freely open to the public. Facilities such as bathrooms and refreshment stands usually operate during normal daytime hours and are closed on holidays. Aruba is located in the Caribbean, south of the hurricane belt, which means that storms are rare and the weather is often hot and dry.

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Enjoy Snorkeling in Aruba

Blessed with beautiful beaches and clear water, the water off Aruba is ideal for snorkeling—some claim it as the best island in the Caribbean for the activity. Boca Catalina is a popular spot for snorkeling tours thanks to the sheer variety of marine life you can expect to see—from turtles to sergeant major fish.

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