Natural Bridge, Arikok National Park
Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
While most of Natural Bridge collapsed in 2005, its remains are still a tourist attraction. The naturally formed 30 m (100 ft) long limestone arch was the largest of its kind until the collapse. Visit the site of the bridge to see the ruins of the old arch, admire the smaller one that is still standing, and enjoy the picturesque views of waves crashing upon the rocky cliffs. Arrange your visit to Natural Bridge and discover more family-friendly attractions in Arikok National Park using our Arikok National Park vacation route planner.
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Realmente llevabamos la ilusión de ver la playa debajo del puente como entodas las fotos, bueno eso no pasó, el puente esta roto desde el año 2005. Nosotros fuimos en bike, y para hacerlo les recomien... read more »Really chilly the illusion of show on the beach under the bridge as inall photos, well that wasn't, the bridge is broken since 2005. We were biking, and to do so I recommend good hydration because the distance is not really much (12 km from Palm Beach), but it is a desert area. From there can go cycling or walking to a beach nearby (about 400 meters), it looked very good, we were not of the hra and the delivery of bikes. The landscape is very beautiful, the exits to the sea are a bit dangerous.show original
December 2015 landed in Aruba, we went on a tour with Frankies fun bus. The tour was excellent, part of which was to the natural bridge. It's well off the beaten track, a real little gem. The original... read more »
The Natural Bridge was created by nature, great place for photo opportunities. Off the beaten path and well worth the visit.
Sad that the big one collapsed, but it's still worth a trip seeing as it's comparatively accessible compared to some other natural attractions. Bathrooms cost $1 to use...
A pretty cool experience to stand on this natural rock bridge and watch the ocean smash into the rocks below you.. it was deserted the day/time that I was there so I was the only one there... not what I expected, I thought it was going to have more people there.. and sad the amount of plastic garbage in the ocean that is collected in the basin underneath the bridge :( Humans..
Very cool place to visit. Feels like you at the end of world. Very arid and hot. Easy to get there on any vehicle. Food and gift shop in house. Bathrooms are $1. I have never been in cleaner bathrooms ever though. Climb the little mountain for amazing photos. Be careful with thorny bushes. Very sharp. From here you can access the beach but it is a long walk unless you are on awd.
Breath taking, amazing place!! Well worth the ride!
Peter M. Carey
This was such a great spot, loved visiting there when the bridge was still up, but it is still a gorgeous spot nonetheless!
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