Casibari Rocks


Useful Information

Location: Tanki Highway 4A to Ayo via Route 6A, turnoff signs near center of island. Just north of Hooiberg.
Open: All year daily 9-17. [2005]
Fee: free [2005]
Classification:  tectonic cave
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History


Description

The Casibari Rocks are huge diorite boulders found at the center of Aruba. Genarally this place is visited for its spectacular view from the top of the largest boulder. Those boulders form crevices and overhangs, small tectonic caves. Some years ago the Government of Aruba created walking trails and steps through the boulders. The main path to the top has steps and handrails, tunnels, narrow steps, and ledges.


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