Aruba Ayo Rock Formations Excursion Reviews
We started at the back entrance and walked down through the formations with plenty of time to explore and take photos. The bus driver then met us at the main entrance at the bottom of the walk. This was great for people with mobility issues.
Rocks are rocks.
There is much more to see at this stop then they allow time for. It takes 15 minutes just to climb to the top and come down. that was all the time they gave us. No time to explore and take really good pictures.
As we did not book a cruise line tour we were quite delighted to find buses ready to take us on an island joint for just $20 a person! If you want an air-conditioned, luxury bus this is not for you. Instead we found ourselves in a converted school bus that had all the windows removed!
The tour lasted about 2.5 hours and covered the highlights of Aruba. At the end of the tour we had plenty of time to explore the downtown. Don't miss the new Anthropology Museum. Its free, and its quite interesting.
Really strange rock formations caused by erosion. Great views from atop the highest formation. May be hard to climb for folks with limited mobility.
Hot and dry, steep rocky paths to walk along.
Aruba a dry island with desert type climate and vegetation. We took the tour to butterfly farms, natural bridge and some natural rock formation. The landscape is covered with 21 different types of Cactus plants, the predominant one is pipe organ Cactus.