The largest park on the northern coast of the island is the Arikok National Park, which consists of about 20% of the island itself.
This park contains numerous noteworthy spots connected by a network of hiking trails. Aruba’s unique geology has contributed with several caves that are fabulous places to visit.
The most popular among these caves is the Fontein Cave, which is located on the northeastern coast.
It holds a great deal of history as there are drawings created by the Arawak Indians that are believed to date back hundreds of years. It is said that the Arawak Indians would perform their tribal rituals and ceremonies inside this cave.