FAQ

2014-04-09 Trikes Aruba Morning TourWhat is a Trike?
A Trike is a three-wheeled motorcycle-like vehicle, with two wheels in the back making it safe and comfortable to drive.

What kind of driver’s license should I have?
Any regular valid driver license.

Are the Trikes automatic?
Our Trikes have a manual transmission (stick shift) with a foot clutch and now we also have automatic.

Can we take the Trikes by ourselves and make our own tour?
No, it’s a guided tour and you drive your own Trike.

Is it required to wear helmets?
Trikes are officially cars here on Aruba. Helmet is not required.

Do we pay cash or with credit card?
Both cash and credit cards are accepted. (Mastercard, Visa, American Express and cash)

Can we bring our children on the tour?
There are seatbelts in the back seat for passengers so we recommend children with 6 years old and up.

Are we taking the Trikes off-road?
No, these Trikes are not suitable for off-road usage.

Can we swim at any of the beaches during the tour?
To cover as many attractions during our tour we can only stop at the beaches for pictures, so we just pass on our way to other attractions. So no, there is no swimming at any of the beaches.

What if it’s rains?
Since Aruba is ‘one happy Island’ it almost never rains. When it does, we have to cancel your tour. We will try to reschedule, if possible.