Mélange Travel & Lifestyle Magazine January 2019 - Page 66

Archaeological Museum Amerindian culture and history are on display in this museum that pays homage to the island’s first inhabitants. Housed in the former residence of the local Ecury family, over 10,000 Amerindian artifacts from several periods are part of its collection. You win gain a deep insight into their life which is made possible by the work of the museum’s staff which conducts research and excavations to find and preserve that important aspect of Aruba’s history. Hiking in Arikok National Park At Aruba’s north-east sits a 7907 acre park, offering a diverse range of things to see and do. Within this protected area, you’ll find caves, a natural pool, Jamanota hill, the highest point on the island, flora, fauna, nature conservation efforts and history. You’ll find it an interesting place to explore. Photo Credit: ArubaTourism Authority