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Dos Playa

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Hop on a 4x4 all-terrain vehicle and explore Aruba’s north coast on this half-day guided tour. Get a little dirty as you ride along the rugged back roads, heading to the island’s seaside bluffs and beaches. Plus visit top sights such as the Alto Vista Chapel before taking a refreshing swim in the pool.
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Dr. Tim wrote a review Feb 2020
Marana, Arizona4723 contributions654 helpful votes
As part of our tour to Arakok National Park and two of the Caves we stopped at Dos Playa Beach. The surf was good, not real large and not blown out. It is just one mile past Boca Prins Beach which is near Fontein Cave. So if you’re cruising in that area I certainly recommend a visit. Probably best by Jeep but doable by a regular car with caution. I would not consider this a swimming, body surfing beach for the average person. This is very secluded and great for pictures of a pristine beach where you just might be the only person.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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NHGHogan wrote a review Nov 2019
Nashua, New Hampshire241 contributions39 helpful votes
This is a great place to see on the desert side of the island. We take a jeep, but saw two others in small sedans trying to make their way. I would not recommend doing that. One got a flat tire and changing it in the desert heat didn't look fun. We made sure they were ok and had water before moving on to the caves.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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rex e wrote a review Sep 2019
Union City, New Jersey813 contributions240 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Richard L wrote a review Sep 2019
New York City, New York170 contributions83 helpful votes
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 into the rocks.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Todd M wrote a review Aug 2019
Arizona40 contributions21 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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