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Natural Bridge, Arikok National Park

(3.7/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
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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TripAdvisor
  • Interesting area to visit. Ocean views are amazing with rock formations that make great pictures. You can walk out part way onto the bridge formation and watch the blue waters of the ocean come up and...  more »
  • The natural bridge was interesting to see but personally what I enjoyed more was the trail that went along the coast to the left. The waves splashed along the rocks to give us some epic shots. We went...  more »
  • Next the land tour took us to the Natural Bridge. This bridge collapsed in 2005 but the remains of the bridge and a large picture is there. There is also a Baby natural bridge which is still in good s...  more »
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  • You should visit that place. There are quite a bunch of beautiful nature spots along the coast on the ocean side of the island. I recommend you take a car rental for couple of full days to drive around and see for yourself. Natural Bridge is one of them. When you are on the bridge hold your hats with your hands or those will be lost due to constant strong winds.
  • A really beautiful place to visit with great views. Bring some sturdy shoes and build a few rock towers.
  • Its almost humorous- its a huge ordeal with big signs and stuff even though the actual natural bridge fell down. Charges $1 to use the bathroom. Not that thats the end of the world but thought I'd let people know, There is a secondary bridge thats still there so its worth stopping here if you are in the area, but its not worth heading out just for it.
  • 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...
  • Worth stopping to see. But unfortunately not quite the same a site since it broke.