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Nights Publications

Publisher of lifestyle and travel magazines for Aruba, Curaçao, and St. Maarten / St. Martin

California Lighthouse

Aruba’s scenic trademark attraction is a welcome beacon for locals and visitors alike. The California Lighthouse stands tall above a panorama of rolling sand dunes and rugged coral shoreline on Aruba’s isolated northwest coast. The white, conical, 98-foot-tall structure sits about 100 ft above the sea on a boulder-strewn plateau known as Hudishibana and offers spectacular views of the coastline.

Take a guided tour of the newly renovated California Lighthouse and experience the best view on the island from the highest lookout point. The informative tour includes a complete historic description by their very knowledgeable and humorous tour guide.

Hudishibana 2
Wespunt
(297) 586-0787

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