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    Exclamation Arikok National Park Fees

    It seems that Arikok National Park now "finally" starts to collect the announced fees.

    A day pass for adults (18+) is US$5
    A Yearly pass for adults is US$ 28
    A Senior Yearly pass (60+) is US$ 15 (not completely sure if that is available for tourists)
    Kids under 18 are free.

    A Guided tour (up to 15 persons) is US$25 (Well worth it, can truely be recommended).

    With the fees now being charged they also closed all other entries to Arikok except for the 2 main ones Vater Piets and San Fuego.

    Carsten

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    Thanks for the update Carsten

    http://www.arubanationalpark.org/


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    well worth the price of admission.

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    Oh I forgot:

    Remember to bring cash, I don't think they accept CC.

    Carsten

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schnauzerjoy View Post
    Oh I forgot:

    Remember to bring cash, I don't think they accept CC.

    Carsten
    Yes! I read that in Amigoe

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    Question

    Thanks for the info, we were planning to go there but were unsure about something...
    It's better to go with a tour or Alone?

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    if you have a car rental, you can go alone and stay on only the PAVED road.

    another option could be a private tour ex: bully (member username taxidriver) or serry (member user name cyrilo croes)

    paul and i did a tour with a friend back in august......we started at the "firing range", unpaved road and made our way all the way thru onto the paved road and then out.
    it was awesome.

    i really recommend not doing your own driving.........hire a professional.

    Quote Originally Posted by LuluPetiteChef View Post
    Thanks for the info, we were planning to go there but were unsure about something...
    It's better to go with a tour or Alone?

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    The guided tour I mention, is with one of their park ranger.
    They take you out on foot and show you the animal and plant life.
    You will be amazed of all the things they can show/tell you.

    Carsten

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