Begin with an orientation and safety demonstrations on how to operate your vehicle, which ensures that all participants, including beginners, are safe and comfortable.
Behind the wheel of your own vehicle (each UTV seats two passengers) head out to explore areas of the island that traditional tours can't access. You'll travel caravan-style with your guide, so you don't have to worry about navigation or directions. See the Baby Natural Bridge and visit the Bushiribana Gold Mine Ruins before heading to the Ayo Monolithic Rock Formation, featuring ancient drawings by Aruba's original inhabitants.
Then, go off-road as you enter Arikok National Park, which is home to some of Aruba's most dramatic landscapes. Keep a lookout for the Aruban burrowing owl (Shoco), Aruba rattlesnake, Aruban whiptail lizard, and Aruban parakeet (Prikishi). End your tour well off the beaten path, at the Natural Pool, where you'll have an opportunity to swim and explore.