We were there during weekdays with less than 10 people along the beach. As there is no lifeguard, you will need to be careful while snorkeling or swimming in the water.
The place is not easy to find but definitely worth the drive. As the area is administer by military, gate and public access closes at 4pm so gentle reminder to watch your time.
If you are on route1 towards north, turn left into route3 after micronesia mall on your right. On the route3 continue to go straight you should pass a McDonald on your left. The road will get gradually narrower and finally take a left fork for route3a. Route3a is pothole nightmare and is exceptionally quite. After you do down a steepish hill with great view of the sea, you will see a sign for "Ritidian Unit". Continue to drive on the tarmaced road to arrive at ritidian wildlife refugee centre where you make a left turn pass the building straight along untarmaced road where you can park along the grassland. Walk less than 30sec and you are at this wonderful beachfront.