The Baby Beach Land Rover Safari tour offered by De Palm Tours in Aruba has changed some since I participated, but it is still one of the top ranked attractions/activities in Aruba. It’s also great news for me because then I can have a whole new experience the next time I go! One of the stops along the safari when I went, was the natural land bridge, which has since collapsed so they have good reason for their changes. Make sure you wear your bathing suit under your clothes and wear shoes that are comfortable for walking on rocky terrain.
You’ll spend the day touring most of what Aruba has to offer in an open air 4×4 vehicle. It is hot and dirty and oh so fun! One of the new additions is a stop at an ostrich farm. You’ll also spend some time at Donkey Sanctuary to make new friends of the four legged variety. Along the way you will pass some interesting rock formations, both natural made and man made, and see some of the old ruins from pre-colonial days. Your tour guide will explain everything you see for a wonderfully all encompassing experience. The day will round out with a refreshing stop at Baby Beach.
Snorkeling gear is provided if you would like to spend some time exploring the crystal blue water at Baby Beach. However, you also are welcome to pull up a chair or roll out your towel on the white sand beach to simply relax and enjoy the scenery.
Roundtrip transportation to and from your hotel is included in the cost of the excursion.