Does Arikok National Park have an entrance fee?
Many people don’t realize that more than 20% of Aruba is protected land in Arikok National Park, and not every tour available on the island will go there, even though some of the best sights are in there. Yes, there is an entrance fee to enter the park, but it is included in the price of your tour, so no worries there!
Do you offer pickup drop off?
YES! When you make your reservation, you’ll let us know what hotel or resort you’re staying at, or if you need to be picked up from the cruise terminal, airport or other location. Depending on how many people we need to pick up, we’ll let you know what time we’ll stop by your location in one of our comfortable, air-conditioned motor coaches to take you to the tour’s starting point where you’ll finish off any needed paperwork and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! And of course, we’ll drive you back after the tour.
What is your refund and cancellation policy?
Cancellation policy If you need to CHANGE the date of your tour, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance and we will be happy to re-schedule your date at no additional charge (subject to availability). We reserve the right to cancel or alter any trip due to weather (highly unusual) or insufficient enrollment. You must cancel at least 48 hours before the trip is scheduled to depart, otherwise no refund will be applicable.
Do I have to make a reservation or can I just show up?
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED! We have to know in advance how many people are signed up for any given tour to make sure we have the right number of expert tour guides to keep the group manageable so everyone has a great time!
Will the tour happen even if it’s raining and windy?
Aruba has near-perfect weather year-round and is located well south of the hurricane belt, so cancelling a tour because of inclement weather is highly unlikely. Aruba has strong constant trade winds, but they’re never so strong that they would prevent a tour from happening. When it rains, which is only occasionally it rarely does so for very long. The one thing that does sometimes happen is extra-rough surf at the Natural Pool, so on rare occasions we do have to stop people from swimming.