Discover the best top things to do in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico including Survival Beach, Surfer's Beach, Crashboat Beach, Playa Rompe Olas, El Paterre, Playa Pena Blanca, Colon Park, Playa Punta Borinquen, Aguadilla Bay, Plaza Los Catalanes.
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5.0 based on 99 reviews
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 to the beach may be physically challenging for many visitors to navigate the natural obstacles along the way. It’s filled with deep tree roots, eroded areas, overgrowth, rocky outcrops and slippery slopes. At the end of the trail, however, rests a picturesque and an expansive beach with breathtaking views dotted with large boulders and cavernous rock overhangs. Though the surf is rough, there are several nearshore areas that are placid, shallow and safe for playing and sunbathing. Based on my experience, which included several senior citizens in my group, the hike took approximately 30-40 minutes. Actual times will be dependent on the physical ability of each individual. Keep in mind, access to the beach is a hike. It’s more demanding than a walk or stroll. My comments are not intended to discourage visitors, but to prepare them for the rigors they will encounter and to dress appropriately, including most importantly footwear. The natural beauty of the area offers many photo opportunities. If you enjoy adventure and don’t mind hiking, this destination will likely resonate with you. Remember, plan accordingly.
5.0 based on 5 reviews
I went there and stayed all day long met many people from different places many many tourist. With a five minute walk you’ll be able to reach survival beach.
4.5 based on 1,088 reviews
This was our favorite beach in puerto rico. It's not a very good snorkeling beach, but they do rent gear. It's just a really fun beach, that has food vendors, music, and a pier to jump off of with crystal clear water, also there is a paid parking lot...under $5 so it's very safe to park. All around loved this spot
4.0 based on 23 reviews
Its a beautiful secluded spot w a small stretch of sandy beach. But its not for swimming. There’s a sign that says “No bañistas/no swimmers.” The waves are strong and there are rocks along most of the shore line. Even so, there were a handful of snorkelers out past the waves.
4.0 based on 1 reviews
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