Arikok National Park

Local nameParke Nacional Arikok
LocationAruba, Netherlands

The Arikok National Park takes up approximately 18 percent of the island of Aruba and includes three primary geological formations: the Aruba lava formation, a quartz diorite formation, and a limestone formation that extends inward from the coast. These formations have directly influenced Aruba's human settlement, as well as its natural wonders.

Aruba is home to several species which only live on the island, including two unique species of snake and two bird species. Rock outcroppings also create micro-climatic conditions to support these unique plant and animal species, as well as settlements. These are located within the Arikok National Park almost exclusively. Inside the park are some of the island's oldest Arawak paintings, and has since drawn attention from the government.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arikok_National_Park

Official Website http://www.arubanationalpark.org

Address Aruba

Coordinates 12°28'47.784" N -69°53'55.375" E

Tours and activities: Arikok National Park

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