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This is a gorgeous beach but can be challenging to get to - no parking nearby. Requires a walk down the beach from Surfer's Beach or Shacks beach. Can also be reached by horseback through trails. No toilets/amenities.
This is an absolute MUST while in Puerto Rico! We visited on a Sunday and it was so empty! We first went to Surfers Beach (thanks to the local surf shop for helping us find where to go and what to do), then you hike...More
Is a great adventure! First you a arrive to Surfers Beach where you can have a relax day. There is hiking trail that takes you to Survival Beach (15 minute walk, tennis shoes recommended). The views, the caves and the beach are amazing!
The best part of my trip. I got dropped off by an uber and he gave me clear instructions on how to properly get there since I was by myself. I found the secret path and started hiking up then down and around lol literally....More
The hike to Survival Beach was more challenging than anticipated, but worth it! We used google maps to navigate to Surfer's Beach. Navigation brought us to the right area but you have to look for the road heading down to the beach beyond a chain...More
The beach itself is beautiful, quiet and secluded. It suitable for swimming as the choral bottom has been eroded smooth. But beware! The waves can be rough and the undertow severe. Access the beach from the east through the old sand pit. Hint - Drive...More
It's a public beach so technically it's open 24/7. But to get to the beach you have to hike a little bit so I wouldn't do it after sunset. It's is pretty safe as we don't get reports about bad things happening... More
It's a public beach so technically it's open 24/7. But to get to the beach you have to hike a little bit so I wouldn't do it after sunset. It's is pretty safe as we don't get reports about bad things happening there but you should always take care just in case. Survivor is isolated enough that I wouldn't go there alone even during daylight.
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Survival.......probably the site of survival training during the Ramey Air Force Base era. See also 1963 release of Lord of the Flies....some scenes were filmed at Survival Beach in 1961, and also at Vieques, and El Yunque.