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Survival Beach, Aguadilla

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Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • Survival Beach it’s a tricky beach to get to. It’s extremely hard to get there by car, most people get there by walking, but it’s extremely worth it! I recommend not going alone and being prepared to....  more »
  • 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.....  more »
  • 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...  more »
  • A real easy hike to a really cool beach. There was literally nobody there after a few minutes. I had my own tropical beach to myself.
  • The views were definitely worth the hike!! Do not go on the hike if you aren’t well prepared with snacks and water. Also the rocks are sharp so don’t come here with sandals.
  • The hike to this beach was utterly amazing! The beach itself is a fantastic piece of crescent sand that we had entirely to ourselves. We drove down to surfer's Beach, survived the potholes, and found parking pretty easily even though it was a Christmas break day and there are a lot of people out. At the end of surfer's beach there's a little aqueduct leading off that starts a trail that for the most part parallels the ocean going up and over and through the forest. You periodically return to the beach throughout the hike and there are waves crashing against boulders the size of houses. You can continue on for quite some distance. The beach itself was not very swimmable but there was a large pool of water trapped by the table rocks that our kids played in. This was definitely a difficult hike but our nine-year-old daughter was a champion and completed it. I would highly recommend tennis shoes because of the substantial inclines and declines throughout the hike. You do need to watch your head throughout the hike as well because there are a lot of branches growing across the trail. We got rained on in the middle of the hike fairly briefly and it didn't make the trail a little more slippery as well so watch for rain. My nine-year-old daughter highly recommends this hike to anyone who would ask.
  • Amazing is an understatement. So worth the hike. You will have to have really sturdy shoes for this hike.
  • Beautiful towering rock formations, very fun medium-light difficulty hike from Surfer's Beach, wonderful (mostly) urchin free sandstone break, long beach, awesome fun swimming

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