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Bushiribana

Bushiribana (North Coast) – like the California Gold Rush, a similar phenomenon took place in this part of Aruba during the mid-1800s, when small mines like this one were built. The ruins of this mine are a reminder of that period. Because of its remote location, visitors arrive via rented 4×4 vehicles or horseback. During […]

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Arikok National Park Foundation

Arikok National Park Foundation (San Fuego 70, Aruba) – this wildlife park covers 20% of Aruba and exists to conserve the island’s natural environment. Fortunately for tourists, the park’s entrance has a variety of facilities, such as a park exhibit, an information booth, bathrooms, a café & souvenir shop, and a media room. There are […]

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About Aruba

Aruba is a 33-km (20 mile)-long island of the Lesser Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea, just 27 km (17 miles) north of the coast of Venezuela. That island’s total area of about 70 square miles makes it just over three times the area of the island of Manhattan (New York City) – which is […]