Arikok National Park
Arikok National Park

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. Your conservation fee ensures that future generations will enjoy the important legacy.

Aruba’s Arikok National Park covers 7,907 acres of protected nature, rare species, local flora and fauna, as well as the unique historical and geological sites. Arikok’s mission is to protect and conserve Aruba’s nature and the park’s cultural, historical and geological surroundings.

Visitors are welcome to be adventurous and explore the island off the beaten path. Be amazed by Aruba’s rugged terrain, breathtaking vistas of hilly landscape dotted with cacti and rare wildlife species.

Opening hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Admission fee. Free entrance for children under 17. Prices and opening hours are subject to change.

San Fuego 70
Santa Cruz
(297) 585-1234
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