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I’ve been wanting to go to this place for a long time. We took a taxi and she explained what we were going to expect there. You just need to wear comfy or water shoes for the hike that will take 10-15 minutes m. You’ll...More
This is a small beautiful black sand beach that is produced by volcanic wash off. The sand is finer than the black sand beaches on Hawaii. It is a small beach but if you get there early you may be lucky and be the only...More
We are very glad we made it out to the Black Sand Beach. The hike to the beach is longer than we anticipated. You do have to climb over or under some fallen trees. Wear shoes that can get wet and withstand sand. The hike...More
We live in Vieques for about 4 years now and this is one of our favorite beaches! Although it is a bit of a trek now a days, and not suitable for all ages, it is worth it if you love nature, love secluded black...More
We parked on the road at the trail head. The trail descends to a stream bed that runs about a half mile to the beach. The stream was a foot deep in places. Your shoes will definitely get wet so wear the appropriate foot gear....More
This is the type of place you visit when you feel like a little hike, not just plopping down on the beach with all your chairs and cooler and whatnot. Getting there is very straightforward but is about a 20 minute walk. Follow the stream...More