Welcome to Aruba’s National Park

This beautiful National Park in Aruba comprises almost 20% of the island. Enjoy gorgeous vistas of Aruba’s rugged terrain, desert-like hills filled with tall cacti, a breathtaking coastline and protected local flora and fauna.

The National Park takes you on a memorable journey of the islands past offering unique geological, cultural and historical sites. These can all be enjoyed and explored either on your own or during guided tours. A wide variety of educational and informative programs and fun activities is available.

You are warmly invited to the National Park and enjoy Aruba’s natural beauty at its best. Explore the parks Highlights.

Marine Park Management Plan 2019

Learn more about the four areas comprising our marine park and the key goals, objectives and priorities for a two-year transition phase of the marine park.

Download Management Plan 2019

FPNA Annual Report 2018

Learn more about the work of the Fundacion Parke Nacional Aruba (FPNA)! The FPNA 2018 annual report reflects important information about our conservation activities, park management and operations, including the people, partners and details on the financial health of our organization.

Download Annual Report 2018

COVID-19 Update

With recent developments surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and with an effort to maximize the safety of all employees and visitors of Fundacion Parke Nacional Aruba I would hereby like to update all partners on the following decision.

As of March 23, 2020, Arikok National Park will be closed for all visitors. FPNA will continue with daily operations with staffing at a minimum to control and execute conservation efforts. This decision is to guarantee the safety of all employees and visitors during the COVID-19 worldwide crisis. FPNA encourages all partners to follow the guidelines provided by the Government of Aruba and Department of Public Health.

The restrictions stipulated by FPNA are subject to change at any given moment. Please continue to follow our official Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/arubanationalpark/  for updates.

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