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Natural Bridge

Natural Bridge

Windward Coast, Andicuri Beach, Windward Coast

The Basics

Formed by coral limestone rock being eroded by years of pounding surf, Aruba’s natural bridge once spanned 100 feet (30 meters) of ocean and stood 25 feet (7.5 meters) above sea level. It was one of the largest formations of this kind in the world. It might no longer be standing, but visitors, including many guided horseback, ATV, and jeep tours, still come to the area to see the remaining limestone bridge—baby bridge—and to explore nearby Andicuri Beach.

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Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
Aruba UTV Tours - New Natural Cave Pool with Cliff Jumping (2 - 3 and 4 Seater)
$115.39 per adult
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Freinds and family vacation
Great ride, they took us up the rugged mountains and then we had a few stops. They always had plenty of water for us as well any time we needed it. It was bottled water and very cold. They made us feel safe along the ride.
Donna_G, Nov 2021

Things to Know Before You Go

  • While the original natural bridge is no longer standing, a smaller bridge remains.

  • There are refreshment stands and restrooms (paid) on-site.

  • The area is rocky and uneven, so wear suitable footwear.

  • Wheelchair users may not be able to navigate the terrain.

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How to Get There

The site of the natural bridge is found on the edge of Andicuri Bay, on the eastern coast of the island. The bridge area is signposted. Many people visit as part of a guided island tour with transport included, and the area is also accessible by car—AWD vehicles are recommended to drive in the area. There is free parking on-site.

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When to Get There

The natural bridge and surroundings are freely open to the public. Facilities such as bathrooms and refreshment stands usually operate during normal daytime hours and are closed on holidays. Aruba is located in the Caribbean, south of the hurricane belt, which means that storms are rare and the weather is often hot and dry.

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Enjoy Snorkeling in Aruba

Blessed with beautiful beaches and clear water, the water off Aruba is ideal for snorkeling—some claim it as the best island in the Caribbean for the activity. Boca Catalina is a popular spot for snorkeling tours thanks to the sheer variety of marine life you can expect to see—from turtles to sergeant major fish.

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