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    Senior Member aruba here I come's Avatar
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    Cool natural pool

    Has this always been there? I was there in 1995, and don't remember it at all.
    have you been, would you recommend seeing it, or is it a waste?
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    Has been there since at least 1995 and our first trip, but I "think" Mother Nature put it there a long time before that.

    Imo, not easy to get to. If you have the time and inclination, worth a visit, but take a tour: horseback, ATV or guided jeep tour.

    Driving Your 4 x 4 to the Natural Pool?
    Natural Pool Photos

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    Its a beautiful site and relaxing. Do follow Arubalisa advise, not easy to get to, tour or 4x4.

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    Senior Member aruba here I come's Avatar
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    thank you both of you!
    I have never been 4x4in.....
    That is what we were looking into a tour.... trying to deside which one.
    I want to swim at baby beach, the natural pool, and where the natrual bridge is/was
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    Quote Originally Posted by aruba here I come View Post
    I want to swim at baby beach, the natural pool, and where the natrual bridge is/was
    You cannot swim where the natural bridge was: 1. no acess to the water, 2. the waters on that side of the island are way too treacherous.

    Swimming in the natural pool use caution because the waves crashing over the rocks can be large as well. If you travel with an organized tour they will advise you whether it is too dangerous to go in that day.

    The "former" natural bridge
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    yes, becareful when swimming at natural pool....waves can be huge !! Fun to watch though, worth the trip even if you don't get in water.
    Make sure you go with a tour guide though, it can be tough getting there....
    Have fun....and BTW take snorkel gear to baby beach...
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    If they tell you the natural pool is closed, PLEASE, don't go in. It very dangerous and some people have lost there life there over the years. I was there the end of Jan. It was closed and I didn't listen. I was very lucky and made it out alive. If i didn't hang onto the rocks for about 1 minute until the water equilized, I would have been washed out to sea and then washed up on the sharp rocks down the shore line. Be safe!!!!! Kent I posted 3 pics in my travel photos when I was in there.
    Last edited by kent; 02-27-2009 at 07:39 PM.
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    what happened to those people.. it seems scary
    Hawaii: june 15th till june 21st Cant wait!!

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