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Unless you have a serious 4x4, you dont get there by car. Atv bridge only. Rent a quad @ flying pirates, or cycle/walk
You can camp there also very quiet !!
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We camped here three nights. Left camp and walked to lagoon and explored jungle during the day. No problems. Only saw a few people each day. Only used 4x4 once. Tricky to turn large vehicle around but it can be done.Report Check-In
You could actually camp right there(RV or tent). I was able to manage to get there in the sandy road with a small RV (see picture). hit some banches on the way but not so bad. We surfed at this beach (reputed to brake surfboards as we did) and made a fire for supper by the road. I talked with the Canadian owner of the blue house on the beach and didn’t want us to use his shower or bathroom, but he was very nice to let us use « his » land to access the beach.
There is a dump hole of an old toilet on the house floor on the beach.Report Check-In
There is a stream with small bridge that only fits atv. Small space to turn around. Not big rigs.Report Check-In
Unless you have a serious 4x4, you dont get there by car. Atv bridge only. Rent a quad @ flying pirates, or cycle/walkReport Check-In