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Did you know about this not so hidden gem? New Natural pool

Did you know about this not so hidden gem? New Natural pool

Have you heard about the new secret natural pool?


Aruba is home to many breathtaking natural wonders, but there’s a new secret gem that’s quickly gaining attention among locals and adventurous tourists alike. Hidden away in the northern part of the island, this natural pool is the perfect spot for those who want to escape the crowds and immerse themselves in nature.

The pool is small, but deep enough for swimming. The water is refreshing and invigorating, making it the perfect spot for a dip on a hot day. 

What makes this natural pool even more special is its secluded location, unlike other popular tourist spots on the island, this secret gem is off the beaten path and is only known by a select few locals and adventurous travelers. This means that visitors can enjoy the pool in peace and quiet, without the crowds and noise that come with more popular destinations.

There’s no fee to enter the secret natural pool, but visitors must respect the natural environment and leave no trace behind. This includes taking all trash with them and avoiding disturbing the local wildlife.

If you’re looking for a unique and secluded natural wonder to explore in Aruba, then the secret new natural pool is definitely worth adding to your itinerary.

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4 Responses

    1. It’s right after goldmine ruins as you head to natural bridge to your left.
      You will see a wooden staircase peaking off the shoreside cliff. It’s amazing they even built a small wooden deck down there to make it even more accessible.

  1. What makes this natural pool even more special is its secluded location, unlike other popular tourist spots on the island, this secret gem is off the beaten path and is only known by a select few locals and adventurous travelers.

    I’m sorry but it’s NOT secluded, it gets tons of traffic on a daily basis, it’s definitely no secret gem and for sure NOT even close to being off the beaten path. I mean, are you practicing your writing skills? Or just feel like embellishing?

  2. It’s not new, hundreds go there daily. It is cool though. The rocks have humbled many there.

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