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The Arikok National Park is Aruba's national treasure; we protect everything in it and so can you, just by visiting.
Nearly 20% of Aruba is a designated National Park and home to a long list of animal species and plant life. The Arikok National Park is home to rare priceless gems that are indigenous to our island.
The Arikok National Park is a great place to spend the entire day enjoying the dramatic landscapes. There is a small entrance fee that goes towards the preservation of the park, educational programmes and the animals who roam freely throughout the 7,907 acres.
Arikok National Park is home to a variety of unique attractions and cultural heritage sites, including spectacular caves, original Indian rock drawings, unusual land formations made from lava, quartz diorite and limestone, guided nature walks through dry river beds to secluded bays such as Moro, Boca Prins and Dos Playa.
The monthly ‘cinema in the park’, watching a movie in open air under the stars, is worth a visit and a memorable experience for the entire family. Admission for this activity is free.