Your preferences have been updated.
The only thing easier than navigating our happy island is letting a local show you around the Aruba they know and love.
By land, sea, and even submarine, an organized group or individual sightseeing tour is a safe, authentic way for you and your family to explore every beautiful corner of Aruba.
Experience our island like a true local, as you follow Aruban guides on off-road adventures to Baby Beach, beneath the waves to the wreck of the SS Antilla, or on horseback to Aruba’s hidden limestone coves. There’s no shortage of hidden gems to see, or friendly locals eager to share them with you.
Where will you go on an Aruba sightseeing adventure? For a small island, Aruba has so much to offer! Contact an Aruba tour company or tour operator to find one of the best tours in Aruba so you won’t miss a thing. Whether you plan on traversing the vast national park or you’re looking for the best photography spots on the island, Aruba tours are the way to go.
Explore the fascinating desert terrain of this Caribbean island by Jeep, bus or ATV tour. Visit the gold mine ruins in Aruba, looking back at the island's past. Blaze through the trails of one of Aruba's famous "hills," from where you'll enjoy a spectacular view of the countryside! Emerge onto the rugged coast of Aruba, where the sun shimmers off the sea and waves crash against the shore in a display of nature's unique performances.
Thrill Seekers can prepare themselves for the ride of their lives by partaking in an unforgettable adventure exploring the wild side of Aruba by All Terrain Vehicle (ATV). Tours are led by an expert guide who will safely take you through the streets of Aruba, cruising by charming and colorful homes. As soon as you leave the paved roads, it's time to be jauntily bouncing through the starkly beautiful Aruban countryside.
Organized jeep tours in Aruba often stop at the California Lighthouse, charming Alto Vista chapel, Seroe Crystal, the Bushiribana gold mill ruins, famous Natural Bridge, through the back roads to the Guadirikiri caves and finishing off on one of Aruba’s pristine beaches.