April 23: Experience FPNA full moon hike!

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(Oranjestad)—Every month when the moon is full, the Aruba National Park Foundation hosts its monthly full moon hike for both members and non-members. For this month, they are offering yet another chance to join in on the fun, and take advantage of seeing the beautiful Aruban night sky!

For this month’s full moon event, the hike will start at the Arikok Visitor Center, where participants will be led through Miralamar and finish up the stairs to the highest hill on the island, Jamanota. With the moon illuminating your way, you can have a chance to see a few constellations and bright stars shining in the night sky, while also enjoying the cool night breeze and the beautiful sound of waves crashing on the rocky shore lines.

Participants are expected to meet and the Visitor Center at 5:30 pm this Monday, March 25th. The journey will cover 4.1 kilometers (2.6 miles) and is estimated to end around 8pm. Non-resident participants can enjoy this night with an entree fee of 30 dollars.

If you wish to participate, you can sign up for the event through this link: https://forms.office.com/r/UPTwu4ar0k, or contact the FNPA at (297) 585 1234 or e-mail, info@arubanationalpark.org for more info or questions. Spots are limited, so don’t wait!

Picture credit: FPNA on Facebook.