Aruba Sightseeing Tours – Things to See and Do

Aruba Sightseeing Tours – Things to See and Do

If you want to see Aruba, there are a multitude of different Aruba sightseeing tours you can choose from. Not all tours are the same, and there are some where you can see the sights from the back of a jeep or sailing out on a cruise boat. Take your pick.

Aruba Sights to See

First of all, you need to know some of the places worth a visit besides the gorgeous Aruba beaches.

– Lourdes Grotto
– California Lighthouse
– Butterfly Farm
– Guadirikiri Cave
– Aruba Aloe Factory
– Ostrich Farm
– Historical Museum of Aruba
– Fort Zoutman
– Bushiribana Ruins
– Arikok National Park

Once you decide where you want to go, you can see which tour options will give you the itinerary you want. There are several kinds of Aruba sightseeing tours available.

Land Tours

Discover Aruba Tour – A half day trip in an air-conditioned coach, to see the desert sights. You’ll see the Lourdes Grotto, California Lighthouse, and the old gold mill at Bushiribana. A little swimming at Baby Beach rounds out the tour.

Dune Buggie Adventure – See the rugged parts of Aruba in a dune buggie. The tour is about 4 hours long, and goes to several rock formations, a natural bridge, Bushiribana and the Alto Vista Chapel.

Aruba Safari Jeep Adventure – Head out to some remote coastlines and volcanic formations in a jeep. You’ll see the main sights, such as Bushiribana and the Alto Vista Chapel.

Banana Bus Tour – For a party as well as a tour, hop on the Banana Bus. You’ll some of the sights during the day, but the night tour has music and a dance floor right on the bus. The tour will take you to the popular clubs and some of the drinks are on the house.

Water Tours

Seaworld Explorer – A very unique tour, aboard a small submarine that will show you all the underwater sights of Aruba, all in air-conditioned comfort. There are schools of tropical fish, several coral reefs and even a WWII German shipwreck.

Aruba Kayak Adventure Tour – Kayak tours along the coastal mangroves to the Spanish Lagoon for a little snorkeling. Lunch is served on DePalm Island. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to kayak, experience isn’t necessary.

Glass Bottom Boat by Discovery Tours – See the local German shipwreck through the bottom of the boat. You’ll also get clear views of the Arashi coral reef, and there are opportunities to go snorkelling if you want to see up close. Overall, it’s a 2 hour tour.

Holy Guacamole Fiesta Cruise – This one is more of a dining cruise than a tour, but you will get out on a boat to enjoy the sunset. They have drinks, music and food for your enjoyment while you sail from Pelican Pier.