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Natural Bridge

Windward Coast | Andicuri Beach, Arikok National Park, Aruba
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Aruba's Natural Bridge collapsed on September 2, 2005. Aruba's stunning geological formation where years of erosion from the sea has carved its way through coral rock forming a 100 foot bridge, 25 feet over the sea, which is the largest of its kind in the Caribbean.
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“gift shop” (35 reviews)
“few years” (24 reviews)
“waves crashing” (19 reviews)
Windward Coast | Andicuri Beach, Arikok National Park, Aruba
+297 522 4592
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Reviewed yesterday

First visit saw it all 1985 back in 2010 it had fallen in so that's changed. It's a fun stop and the waves and ocean were fierce and crazy

Thank paws0810
Reviewed 4 days ago

The actual Natural Bridge doesn´t exist anymore but there is still a smaler one next to it. It is worth a trip if youf got spare time but it´s really nothing special.

Thank Jan T
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited this on a horseback riding tour win Gold Mind Ranch. This side of the island is so different and it was amazing to see. Highly recommended!!

Thank JaeCox
Reviewed 6 days ago

This was one of the stops on our tour guide, which is beautiful, but they also encourage to go in the gift shop by offering a free patties (Pastechis) which were nice, but once you are inside the shop, people tend to buy, and they...More

Thank allene c
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well the original Natural Bridge collapsed but a smaller one was formed. Of all the site seeing attractions, this is my favorite. Great pictures. Restroom are for a fee. There is a gift shop. You can get snacks and drinks. Not cheap..

Thank CathyPeary
Reviewed 1 week ago

The main one bridge collapsed couple of years ago. Next to is another one smaller. Good place to take a rest if you drive off road. Just couple of pictures and go!

1  Thank Damian94
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I decided to rent a Jeep and drive on the eastern side of the island, which basically consists of offroading! We came across the Natural Bridge, which was beautiful. And there was a place to eat and use the bathroom (for $1)...More

Thank Alicat113081
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Aware that the bridge is no longer we still decided to have a drive to it. The road is very rocky as you get nearer to it so I would go by 4x4. Still a wonderful place to visit though.

Thank Warhol40
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The natural bridge was just on my list of things to do as I drove the entire island of Aruba. Beware the road to this site is very rocky. Although I arrived here in a regular sedan vehicle, I would recommend to others to travel...More

Thank Easylivingtravel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We rented a Jeep 4x4 to drive along the perimeter of the island, so glad that we did. We enjoyed a day away from the tourist beach areas. Along the drive we came upon the Natural Bridge, it may not be the original one but...More

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7 December 2015|
Response from HarryHawaii |
There was no charge to see the collapsed bridge. I would suppose one could get a taxi to go anywhere on the island for the right price.