Near Ayo village, about 3.2 km from the natural bridge towards Casibari.
|Classification:||Erosional Cave Talus Cave|
|Guided tours:||self guided|
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Not realy a cave, this place is mentioned for its strange rock formations. The quartz diorite was formed by erosion during the last 100 Million years, creating huge boulders with strange shapes. Some of them form cliffs and small caves. The most impressive sight of this place, are the murals of the Arawak people, the native inhabitants of Aruba. The caves with the paintings are protected by iron bars, to prevent goats from rubbing against the walls.