Aruba's Arikok National Park is a must-see of the island's natural wonders. This park is a unique space because it ... More
Arikok National Park
Aruba's Arikok National Park is a must-see of the island's natural wonders. This park is a unique space because it covers approximately 21.5% of the island, has some of the highest peaks, an array of geological sights and contains many important sites of the Caquetio Indians who lived there. This park plays an important role in the island's ecosystem and is divided into four sections, each offering a unique experience. Above it all, it's a great site for family adventures, hiking and cave exploring.
More than two million people visit the active Kilauea Volcano each year, enthralled by the sight of the forbidding black
mountain and the fiery streams of molten lava that flow from it. The other active volcano, Mauna Loa, is ...
The park was established by Congress in 1899, to commemorate one of the most decisive battles of the American Civil
War, the campaign, siege and defense of Vicksburg. It includes 1,325 historic monuments and markers, 20 miles of reconstructed ...
This national park is the nation's only at sea national park and is home to the historic Fort Jefferson. Located
about 70 miles west of Key West and accessible only by boat or chartered seaplane, the park and fort ...