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Explore powdery white sand dunes, a natural bridge, limestone cliffs and a wide beach at the hidden gem of Wariruri.
Mother Nature has been generous here by creating a breathtaking scenery of white sand dunes against a clear blue Caribbean Sea and also carving a picturesque natural bridge on Wariruri beach.
This sandy cove is found along Aruba’s rocky north shore, attracting local surfers as well as fishermen who cast their lines from the bordering limestone cliffs. Wariruri is accessible by car and quad, following the dirt road along the north shore.
Although Wariruri Beach is a destination in itself for its picturesque appeal, the surf and undertow are too strong here for swimming, so it is forbidden. Beach combers might want to spend some time on the beach collecting shells and driftwood that have washed ashore. On your way to or from Wariruri Beach you will find other attractions along the north shore coastline, such as the Bushiribana Gold Mill Ruins, Alto Vista Chapel and the famous, now-collapsed Natural Bridge and still intact Baby Bridge.