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Essential Aruba Accessible Shore Excursion


This Essential Aruba Accessible Shore Excursion give you a wonderful overview of the colorful island of Aruba! Enjoy incredible, scenic views as you are escorted through the best areas of the island onboard your private accessible van. Led by your tour guide, you will also make stops to experience the popular California Lighthouse, the famous Ayo Rock Formations and the fascinating Bushiribana Gold Mine firsthand. 

Start your day by meeting your tour guide by the Aruba cruise dock. From here, you will board your accessible van and head out on a beautiful, scenic drive along Druif Beach, Eagle Beach and the very colorful resort area on Palm Beach. Your first stop on this highlights tour is the The California Lighthouse. The lighthouse was a constructed in 1910 to warn ships from the coastline of Aruba, and now serves as a popular landmark for tourism. The lighthouse is closed to the public but the area around it is fully accessible. You will be able to admire a great panoramic view of the island from the western point!

Next, your tour continues to the Alto vista Chapel, built in the 17th century!  It is said that Spanish Missionaries converted the islands Indians into Catholics here. Your guide/driver will also take you to the beautiful Natural Bridge, carved by the brute forces of the waves into the limestone rock, and provide you with an option to enjoy a delicious lunch overlooking the water (cost not included).

Continue your day with some other memorable experiences visiting the famous Ayo Rock Formations and the fascinating ruins of Bushiribana Gold Mine. This mine in Aruba dates back to 1874! Admire the fascinating ruins that are left at the site and learn about the interesting history of the Gold industry in Aruba. 

This Essential Aruba Shore Excursion features:

  • Convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (no steps or curbs)
  • 3-hour accessible driving tour with opportunities to get out and explore firsthand.
  • Lively commentary by an English-speaking tour guide
  • Memorable sightseeing and great photo opportunities in Aruba!
  • Pickup and drop-off by the cruise port.

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Tour Highlights:

  • The California Lighthouse
  • Alto vista Chapel
  • Natural Bridge
  • Ayo Rock Formations
  • Bushiribana Gold Mine

Accessibility Description:

The Essential Aruba Shore Excursion has a 4-star accessibility rating. The route has been customized to make sure it is entirely step-free, and your knowledgeable tour guide is familiar with accessibility in each location. An accessible van equipped with a lift will be used between the different venues.


The accessible vans in Aruba are equipped with a ramp for easy access. Larger mini-busses and open-air busses are also available for bigger groups.

The Ayo Rock Formations is a fun place to visit. It looks just like something out of a Flintstones movie! The ground here is covered in gravel.

During your accessible Aruba tour, you will visit the Bushiriba Goldmill Ruins. The ground is mostly flat and covered in Gravel. You can get close to admire the ruins.

The area by the California Lighthouse is completely flat and easy to navigate. Please note you cannot enter to visit the Lighthouse. It is not accessible.

Tour Details

Tour Duration: 3 hours

Cost: $475 for 1-2 people, $525 for 3-4 people, $645 for 5-6 people.

* Save $50 when you book an accessible cruise + excursions package

Days of the week the tour is offered: Everyday

Meet-up place: Meeting point by Aruba cruise dock.

Entrance tickets: Not Necessary.

Cancellation policy: Can be found here

Not included: Entrance tickets, snacks/meals, gratuities.

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