Andicuri Beach, Arikok National Park

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  • We stayed on the other side of island, where the water is flat, so this was a real treat (if you like waves). We actually came here twice because it was so beautiful The first time, there were only 2....  more
    We stayed on the other side of island, where the water is flat, so this was a real treat (if you like waves). We actually came here twice because it was so beautiful The first time, there were only 2....  more »
  • We went there by car, it is a very bumpy dirt windy hilly road and does get a bit scary at times, but drive slow and watch for goats. The beach is so worth the drive. Again no huts, no facilities... 
    We went there by car, it is a very bumpy dirt windy hilly road and does get a bit scary at times, but drive slow and watch for goats. The beach is so worth the drive. Again no huts, no facilities...  more »
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  • Wonderful secluded beach. On a weekend in November there were only a few other locals here. There are a few “must knows” before you go: Can you get here by car? Maybe. We were in a compact car and with some creative driving were able to navigate the rutted road. A Jeep or similar vehicle would be best. Seasonal rains seem to erode parts of the road, so keep these things in mind. Can you get to the Natural Bridge and Blackstone from here? Yes. The natural bridge is a bit of a hike over uneven terrain and some spots that require light climbing. Blackstone is a short drive further. What are the waves like? For our visit the forecast was “medium waves,” which translated to 5-6 foot swells with high frequency. Boogie/Body surfing would be ideal. The bay is wide enough that staying off the rocks is easy, and the current was relatively light, with a small surge during a short part of our three hour stay. Is it worth it? If you love being in the ocean, yes!
  • a beautiful beach, not recommended for bathing due to the strong waves. it is recommended to bring sunscreen, chairs and hydration. It can be accessed on foot from the natural bridge or in rented rustic cars.

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