When we went to see the rock, we came by car and took the wrong road. Make sure you follow the Casibari Rock Grill Road sign when coming from Paradera, then it should on your right. There are other Rock Formations nearby which are not as impressive ;-)
No fee to enter or climb. Found the Casibari rocks walk up to be easy, but probably still not for ADA folks. View is nice, can see from the cruise harbor up to the lighthouse & the church, and around to Haystack mtn. The top is fairly flat & with small rail & you can sit up there for awhile... 更多
This is a great spot to visit. We stopped her on our tour to the Natural Bridge. It allows you to climb these interesting rock formations. The Ayo Rock Formations has a wonderful assortments of rock interspersed with cacti. There is one formation that looks like a dinosaur. There is lots of climbing, so if you are physicality challenged, just... 更多
This was an interesting location if you are into rock formations. There is even a bar and a small souvenir area
Well worth the drive to see the odd and interesting shaped rock formations and land surrounding them. The best part is the short but steep hike to the top of the hill for the view of the surrounding formations and area. Not for very small children or anyone that has difficulties climbing rocks.there is a restaurant there too (but we... 更多
Don't go out of your way to visit this site. It's basically just a huge pile of enormous boulders that has an interesting walkway through them. That's pretty much it. There are much better ways to spend your time.
If you like to be outdoors, enjoy climbing on rocks and exploring, this is the place for you. See the flora and fauna of Aruba in all its splendor. Bring the kids and encourage exploration.