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Apr 25, 2018

Parke Nacional Arikok: New Booth for San Fuego Entrance

Fundacion Parke Nacional Arikok (FPNA) recently started with construction of a new booth for the San Fuego entrance.

With this upgrade FPNA will be able to streamline the service offered to our locals, international visitors and tour operators. Additionally, the new booth will be equipped with state of the art surveillance equipment which may aid local authorities in the case of an emergency.

FPNA has three official points of entry where you can purchase your conservation ticket and formalize your entrance to the National Park. The official points of entry are San Fuego, Shete and Vaderpiet. The renovation of the San Fuego booth is the first up in line with a duration of approximately 5 months to completion. The safety and security of our rangers is and will continue being a priority.

Furthermore, FPNA will reach out to local authorities for additional training on safety and security for all park authorities to ensure safe practices throughout the National Park. Our new booths will render all of our guests with a streamlined service where our rangers will be continue to provide additional information of our National Park. The following additions to the new booths will be clear signage that will provide the rules and regulations that will be evident as soon as you enter the National Park.

FPNA would like to ask for the cooperation and understanding of all visitors while we are in the construction phase of our new booth. Please approach the booth with caution to ensure your safety as well as that of our maintenance workers.

The park will remain open during normal hours from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM every day. If you have additional questions please feel free to contact us at info@arubanationalpark.org or send us a message through our Facebook page Arikok National Park.