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“Hard to believe this is a tourist attraction”
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Natural Bridge
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Island Tour of Aruba
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Owner description: 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. Next to the collapsed bridge is now the Baby Natural Bridge which offers great photo opportunities. The site also offers a bar, restrooms and shopping. The area is beautiful for walking or cycling.
Reviewed 3 May 2018

Two natural rock bridges, one intact and one broken, in a desolate, remote part of the island. Plus a shop. Really not worth the trip to see.

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Reviewed 30 April 2018

The Baby Bride is still there, but the Large Bridge has collapsed. Still worth the trip out to see these natural rock formations. Along the way you'll see lots of stunning tidal pools, but don't get tempted to take a swim even thought it looks inviting, very dangerous currents that will quickly take you out to sea, even for the best of swimmers. Be safe and just enjoy nature's views.

Thank Dave B
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Reviewed 27 April 2018

The water views are beautiful. The smaller bridge is just as lovely as the original. If you time things just right, you can get some great pictures of the water spray behind you. Really nice spot for great pictures. It is one of the stops on the Land Rover tour. If you like the ocean, you really could spend all day watching the waves crash in.

Thank sims1068
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Reviewed 27 April 2018

It is part of most tours and worth the quick stop. There is less to see since the bridge collapsed.

The stacks of “wishing rocks” are a curiosity. Our guide said it is not a traditional Aruban custom. The practice was started by a family who moved to Aruba from Hawaii, where it is common.

Thank phat_dawg_21
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Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

Despite the collapse of the bigger Natural bridge what remains of the Natural Bridge is a worth a visit. A visit to the Natural Bridge brings you to the Northern end of the island that isn't touristy like. It also provides great pictures for travel and something to check off the travel list on the off road map.

Thank worldtraveler182014
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