Aruba’s Blowhole

When a “blowhole” is mentioned automatically it’s referred to the biological term, however, there’s another meaning of the word, namely in ecology. “A blowhole is a cavity formed in the ground at the inland end of a sea cave,” according to Wikipedia. Sounds complicated? Not really. On the north eastern part of Aruba there’s an area where you can see this natural phenomenon.

Obviously you need to be lucky to catch that shot. Check it out below.

Aruba Blowhole

Aruba’s blowhole

By Gabriel

Informing travelers about Aruba since 2007, and trying to provide value to Aruba visitors.

4 replies on “Aruba’s Blowhole”

WE have you linked to our site. Would you write a blog posting on an interesting topic regarding Aruba real estate and I will post it on our site. I would also be glad to be a guest writer for your site if you feel it would be beneficial.

Jim Walberg

Hello Jim, thank you for the invitation, it sounds really good actually. I take the invite as a complement. I’ll contact you via e-mail so we could arrange it.

Lisa, this particular blowhole is located just a few minutes drive from Bushiribana Ruins (also known as Gold Mine Ruins), headed towards Wariruri Beach (and farther up ahead, Altovista Chapel).

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