Cunucu houses were agricultural and residential areas for the few families that worked the land. These families found ways to survive in the difficult conditions, and were able to erect their homes with materials found in the area.
Two of these adobe houses have been restored. Arkikok Park rangers are learning many of the old building techniques in order to preserve this unique Aruban mud-house.
At Cunucu Arikok and near Plantation Prins you can find these adobe houses.
You can also find rock paintings. The Caquetío Indians left them in Cunucu Arikok like at Fontein Cave and Ayo rock.