Ok- correct. Seven Seas beach isn't great. In fact if I hadn't of read the other reviews about Playa Colora, I would have been really disappointed. However, we were headed to Bio Bay in Fajardo that evening and wanted to go to a different beach. So I did some research. Like many other reviews say here is how you get to Playa Colora from Seven Seas:
Looking at the water- walk all the way to your left (ALL the way!!) You will see a small path through the woods (a little uphill at first) but it is a clearly defined small path. You won't miss it. It is muddy (you are in a rainforest) and it is a longer 20-30 min hike. I don't recommend children or non-adventurous people. We had to remove our sandals immediately and walk the entire thing barefoot (which yes hurt) but the mud was at times 4-6 in. deep and it is rocky at points. BUT it is sooo worth it.
Ok- so you the trail quickly comes to a "T" and you turn right. You will come out to a crappy small beach and see another trail. Take that then you will come to a "Y" with a sign to "Playa Colora" to the right. We took this trail as we were hot and sweaty. The beach was gorgeous and we were the only 2 out there on a Saturday- The waves are tough and definetly not as safe to swim, but if you are a good swimmer you will be fine. I didn't make it to the other beach near there bc I couldn't remember the directions (I suggest writing these down) so I don't know where the left part of the "Y" leads or anything about climbing over the rocks. Also there are no vendors really anywhere on Seven Seas or obviously these secluded beaches- so pack some food and drinks (but you obviously can't carry a cooler through the rain forest)
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