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Explore the rugged northern shore of Aruba and discover many natural bridges on your way; some small, yet all true gems.
For thousands of years, pounding waves and strong winds have slowly chiseled away at the limestone cliffs along Aruba’s north coast to create several natural bridges.
Before collapsing in 2005, the largest and most photographed of these bridges was the famous Natural Bridge between the Bushiribana gold mine ruins and Andicuri Beach. The remains of this bridge are still a tourist attraction in Aruba, with the adjacent intact Baby Bridge also meriting a visit.
The Natural Bridge area boosts a souvenir shop and snack bar with refreshments in a replica cunucu house.
Other gorgeous natural bridges can be found in the southern part of the island in the Seroe Colorado area (towards Baby Beach), at Wariruri Beach on the north shore and near Black Stone Beach where you’ll find a unique tripod bridge.