Explore the vast, surreal outback to discover the unique flora and fauna, cacti forests, rock formations, dry riverbeds, and scenic surfside vistas. Maps, information, and guided tours (reservations only) are available at the visitor center.
Although Africa is the native land of the ostrich, this intriguing bird finds a perfect home in Aruba's rugged landscape. The Aruba Ostrich Farm welcomes you to come and meet its 80-count flock of the largest living species in the world.
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.
Located just in front of the historical Old Dutch Windmill and within walking distance of the Palm Beach resorts, the Bubali Bird Sanctuary offers some unique bird watching opportunities.
This formation is located in the center of the island. Take Highway 4a to Ayo via Route 6a, just north of Hooiberg, and follow the signs, as they will take you to these popular boulder formations.