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If you have trouble walking up or down stairs, this may be a problem for you. The stairs are not man made and it’s a little bit of a walk but the views are breathtaking. There isn’t a walkway into the natural pool so water-shoes...More
We visited the natural pool with a tour, and i do suggest to do that, since there can be times that the pool is too rough for swimming, and the tour guides know this best. It was an amazing experience, dont forget snorkels. Going down...More
If you visit this place, be sure to take goggles. There are a ton of beautiful fish a few feet down. It's like swimming in a tropical aquarium! It can be tricky getting in and out. I suggest wearing water shoes.
We were able to visit the Natural Pool while visiting Aruba last week. The pool was really cool, there were multiple kinds of fish swimming around, trapped inside as there is no way for them to get out. It was like snorkeling in an aquarium....More
We booked a double ATV to go see the natural pool through Kini Kini! Our tour guides, E.A, and Alex were energetic and personable. We stopped by a few different sights including the chapel, a natural bridge, and the ruins. We had adequate time to...More
The pictures don’t do this place justice. The water is so clear, and waves crashing against the cliff causes a beautiful milky effect for a few seconds (in addition to being a stunning sight). We enjoyed this so much we went twice in one trip!
Great place to visit to see a hidden gem . Lots of steps down to see it but well worth it when down . I would recommend wearing water shoes due to some sharp slippery rocks . But lots of tropical fish when in there
I'd say there's no way you can make it safely from the park entrance without a Jeep or ATV/UTV. We were there this spring, and opted to hike from Daimari Beach. A 2WD Kia Sportage will get you there, and that's a cheap... More
I'd say there's no way you can make it safely from the park entrance without a Jeep or ATV/UTV. We were there this spring, and opted to hike from Daimari Beach. A 2WD Kia Sportage will get you there, and that's a cheap rental at the airport. Not sure about a car. Google Earth Trekkers for Daimari Beach to Natural Pool instruction. The write up there is spot-on. Internet access is almost non-existent on that route, so I'd recommend saving the instructions for offline use along the way.
Once you can see the horse ranch at the top of the hill, PARK! You can't make it down that hill without a serious machine.
This hike is absolutely beautiful, and the pool is pretty cool. The whole family enjoyed the experience. Have a great trip!