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Start your day in Aruba with a sunrise nature hike (or walk) along with mindful beach meditation at the north coast of the island on this excursion. During your hike along the path known as Firemen’s Trail, see Alto Vista Chapel and Boca Cora. The tour ends with breakfast (included) at a local beachside restaurant.
Trek away from the busy paths. The full trail is surrounded by local flora and fauna. There are many opportunities to take as many pictures as you wish along the way. We will be visiting a historical and beautiful scenery which is the Balashi gold ruins mine, which, it is also unique for pictures taken. This site is not easy to find by tourists, there are not many signs and tour operators don't offer this area as part of their itinerary. We will be looking at the local Owls nest by the side of the lagoon, in the local language are called “Shoco
You are invited to hike with us along the Spanish Lagoon Mangrove Trail inland to the headwaters where you will find the ruins of the old gold smelter neighbouring the haunted Frenchman’s Pass. Well-informed and enjoyably personal guides will lead you along this mangrove laced trail while explaining all there is to know about this rarely visited part of our island. Archaeologists have recently carbon-dated various shell middens as far back as 1465 BC as Spanish Lagoon was a principal area of exploration by the Archaic Amerindian first arrivals from Venezuela. After exploring the old Balashi Gold Smelter Ruins, we will take you to visit the “Shoco” nests. The Shoco athene cunicularia arubensis is our renowned burrowing owl. We then transport you to Murano’s Cafe and Art Studio for a lovely lunch.
Venture back in time on our beautiful island when there was no industry, just farmers and fishermen. During the early 1800’s a young boy saw a glimmering, shiny rock in a dry creek bed while herding his sheep. And so Aruba’s gold industry began. Gold was prospected, mined and processed from the day young Willem Rasmijn found that nugget in 1824 until 1916. There were several different enterprises over the years that excavated different areas of Aruba. - In-depth tour About Aruba's Gold Rush - The Perfect Tour to Culture & History Lovers - Beautiful Sunset at Aruba North Coast - Dinner at a new Murano Glass Art gallery - Transportation Included
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