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Beautiful beach, located off the main road through Arikok Park; a regular car will get you there, just go slow on the dirt roads and look out for sharp rocks. Strong currents are a danger for swimming, though surfers love going here for the waves.
A nice beach to visit when in Arikok. Apparently a breeding ground for sea turtles, however we did not see any when visiting. Most of the time, you will be the only one there so enjoy a lunch or a beer as the waves crash...More
A challenging drive in a regular car, but doable. Hike past the first beach to the second beach and you may have the place all to yourself. Nice beach, rough waves. Don't go out far if you get into the water.
Dos Playa (“two beaches”) in Arikok National Park embodies the jagged, unspoiled nature of Aruba. Dos Playa is perfectly imperfect. On one hand, there’s a strong undertow and rip tide that aren’t suitable for recreational swimming. But on the other hand, you will catch a...More
Dos Playa sits inside Arikok National Park.
It is the most impressive beach on the East Coast.
To be more precise there are 2 beaches - thus the Dos Playa - Two beaches name.
If you're courageous enough, leave the first beach by the parking...More
On our travels through Arikok National Park we stopped at Dos Playa to take in the beautiful views. While not terribly difficult to get to by vehicle, we had a Jeep 4X4 making our ride much more manageable. Wonderful ocean views and picture opportunities abound...More
Beautiful spot to take nice pictures or relax in the sand. This is a no swimming place but seems to be popular for surfers.Fortunately we did not see much garbage as in other places but noticed some cigars butts. As this is a turtle nesting...More
Unless you get out and look up close you’d never know though. It’s a beautiful spot. We picked up a whole box of trash and disposed of it to help protect the sea turtles nesting in the area and other wildlife. There was a dead...More