The Ayo Rock Formations are monolithic rock boulders located near the Ayo village, about 3.2 km from the natural bridge when heading towards Casibari.
With water no more than five feet deep, man-made rock breakwaters have created a giant wading pool. This is the perfect beach for little tykes, thanks to powdery sand that’s easy on their tender feet.
Come experience the production world of Balashi Beer! A guide will lead your tour on a specially made walkway located above the production area where the history and production process of Aruba’s only local beer will be explained. As part of the tour there is also a sneak peak at the Laboratory where the quality of Balashi Beer is constantly being tested to guarantee high quality beer to the Balashi Beer consumer.
The background and historical perspective regarding this 400-year-old burial ground is very fascinating. If you have a special interest in Curaçao/Sephardi history, this is definitely a place you will want to stop and visit.
Nestled between a cluster of rocks, this turquoise beach shows off the rugged north coast at its best. Bring a picnic and a blanket so you can sit and enjoy the romance of the crashing waves and solitude.