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Donkey Sanctuary Aruba, Santa Cruz

(4.3/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
Meet the charming residents of Donkey Sanctuary Aruba. Established in 1997, the sanctuary houses and cares for the donkeys that were abandoned when Aruba introduced more modern forms of transportation. Feed and pet the hardworking equines, learn their names and stories, and help the volunteers care for the animals. Pick up a snack or a quirky souvenir at the gift shop. By using our Santa Cruz vacation builder, you can arrange your visit to Donkey Sanctuary Aruba and other attractions in Santa Cruz.
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  • This was a fun stop, I enjoy animals and so it was great that you could interact with the donkeys and feed them.  more »
  • A really nice place to visit. Donkeys roam free and just love to be petted. Bring some quartered apples and they will love you even more! Or feed them with inexpensive food from the friendly volunteer...  more »
  • My husband and I had visited the Donkey Sanctuary in Aruba in 2016, but since then has moved to a newer and larger place. We went again in Feb. of 2017, and again enjoyed the experience. The island of...  more »