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My partner and I drove to the Ruins with the Around Aruba UTV Tours. We had a good time. We were able to order some food and drinks from a local truck and walk up into the Ruins. Our tour guide gave us the history...More
This is a very interesting structure and an important part of Aruba's history. I wish they had a diagram of the original plan so we could see what it was like in operation. As it is today it is a fairly tricky climb for those...More
Not much left to the structure but enough to get you an idea.
The gold rush did not really last that long.
Story of the kid finding the large nugget is cute.
Not a must see but it helps fill in the Jeep tour.
For nearly 100 years gold was found in various parts of the island and brought here for processing.
The business went through several owners ceasing production in 1916 partly due to equipment shortages caused by World War 1. Production never resumed.
A few stones stand...More
The ruins are good for climbing and wonder why in earth it was built there? YOU should not miss out on the natural pool (the less famous one that for some reason do not get any mentions in the brochures) that is situated where you...More
This was one our many stops during our coastal Jeep drive. I found it to be a fun stop. The ruins are what's left of an old smelting plant. There are only a few walls left standing. There was lots of fun climbing the crumbled...More
The ride to get here is very bumpy. Located along the beachfront, there is no paved road that gets you directly here so be prepared for a very bumpy ride. It had rained the 2 days before we took this tour and that did a...More