National Parks and Reserves on Aruba (Netherlands)
Even on the map it can be seen that Aruba is a tiny island. But nevertheless here, on this shred sushi, almost 20% of the territory are given under the environmental zone. Real decoration of the island – Arikok National Park, occupies a huge area of local standards in the northern, viewed coast, around the mountains of Arikok and Hamano. On the territory of the park you can find a huge range of natural and historical attractions – Aravak Petroglyphs in Fontaine Cave, Dutch colonial settlements in Masiduri, the building of the old plantation in Prince-Velley and the ruins of gold mines in Miraalmar. On the slopes of Hamandot and Alikoka stretches the whole network of beautiful pedestrian trail going straight through the thickets of unusual plants, like trees "Kwiech" and "DIVI-DIV", And beautiful landscapes. In the park, perhaps, preserved the most diverse animal community on the island.
Caves Guadiriki I "Tunnel love" hidden on the outskirts of the park Alikok. The cave complex of Guadyrikiri is famous for two underground halls, where the sun’s rays are made through the holes in the roof, creating a completely surreal game of light and shadow. Stretching more than 30 meters, winding tunnels are home to several thousand completely innocuous bats and, as legends say, once were pirated secret bases. Hoolib Cave is also known as "Tunnel love", Having obtained its name due to the form of the entrance tunnel, and really resembling a stylized silhouette of the heart.