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Survival Beach

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Survival Beach

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May_EXL wrote a review Jul 2020
Winnipeg, Canada504 contributions78 helpful votes
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We took the trail up to Cueva Survival Beach from the end of Surfer’s Beach. Moderate hiking level. We were hiking for half an hour and still didn’t make it to the end. It was getting late and we were getting tired... so we headed back to Surfer’s Beach. Needless to say we didn’t survive the Cueva Survival Beach hike lol. If you’re thinking of checking it out, here are some tips; start early before it gets too hot, wear good shoes, have enough water and snacks. All in all we had a great time and would do it again. It’s a pretty good hike if you’re looking for some exercise and rugged scenery
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Living Our Dream Destinations wrote a review Mar 2020
Fort Worth, Texas65 contributions57 helpful votes
My trip to Survival Beach reminds me of the adage, “there are no shortcuts to any place worth going.” This adventure is well worth the effort getting there. The narrow pathway from the parking area to the beach may be physically challenging for many visitors to navigate the natural obstacles along the way. It’s filled with deep tree roots, eroded areas, overgrowth, rocky outcrops and slippery slopes. At the end of the trail, however, rests a picturesque and an expansive beach with breathtaking views dotted with large boulders and cavernous rock overhangs. Though the surf is rough, there are several nearshore areas that are placid, shallow and safe for playing and sunbathing. Based on my experience, which included several senior citizens in my group, the hike took approximately 30-40 minutes. Actual times will be dependent on the physical ability of each individual. Keep in mind, access to the beach is a hike. It’s more demanding than a walk or stroll. My comments are not intended to discourage visitors, but to prepare them for the rigors they will encounter and to dress appropriately, including most importantly footwear. The natural beauty of the area offers many photo opportunities. If you enjoy adventure and don’t mind hiking, this destination will likely resonate with you. Remember, plan accordingly.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Joe T wrote a review Mar 2020
New Providence, New Jersey17 contributions5 helpful votes
Rugged but beautiful trail. Not to be done barefoot or in flip flops. Trail begins at the end of Sufrers Beach parking lot. Best done at low tide and early morning. Take the trail to the end and you will be rewarded!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Julia R wrote a review Feb 2020
122 contributions24 helpful votes
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I had been looking for this little gem for some time but could never find the entrance. Reviews were also a bit confusing. So here it is. Drive and park at Surfer’s Beach, from there you start the trail to survival beach. The beach is not your average beach. There are boulders all along the trail that you must climb on an off. You’re hiking along the ocean, sometimes on water, sometimes on the boulders and sometimes on land. When you’re walking on water, along the coast, there’s an end to the trail so there’s no way to get lost. There are no signs telling you that you have arrived but you will know once you start seeing the beautiful landscape. Make sure you’re wearing good shoes, especially if walking in the water because there are places covered with sea urchins. Bring water, sun block lotion, a snack...and make sure you carry your trash out.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Zouz wrote a review Dec 2019
Toulouse, France15 contributions5 helpful votes
Small walk from the surf beach and you discover a beautiful beach with warm water and bright sand. We enjoyed the final reward to swim alone in a big and beautiful beach. The best place we have seen in Aguadilla.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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