Sandy beach
Yes
Hike-in Required
No
Surfing
No
Snorkeling / SCUBA
No
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Daimari Beach is one of the eastern facing beaches within the secluded northern section of Aruba's Arikok National Park.

Reached via Daimari Road, a different road then the main entrance to the park, Daimari's sandy cliff-enclosed shores remain nearly completely empty of people most of the time.

Set at the edge of a stretch of white sand dunes held in place by native vegetation, the exposed sand of Daimari Beach offers a beautiful spot to lay out while the blue waves lap against the shore. Cliffs on either side hide interesting features rife for some simple exploration, and visitors can climb along the tops of the stone tabletop cliffs and walk out to where they end well over the water.

As tides on the island's eastern beaches tend to be rough, specifically with Daimari's waves funneled through the center of the cliffs, No Swimming signs are posted marking the strong rip currents and hazardous conditions in the water.

Reaching the beach requires about a quarter mile hike from the parking area that overlooks a ranch house. From the parking area, descend down a steep slope, then follow a signed single track path until smaller trails branch off toward the sand dunes and ultimately the beach.

There are no amenities of any kind located at the beach, including lifeguards, waters or shade.

Lying within the national park, visitors are asked to first visit the park's main Visitor Center area to purchase park admission before visiting Dairmari Beach. Cel phone service disappears along Dairmari Road, so visitors should have navigation locked into their phone before leaving the more populated areas of Aruba.

As part of Arikok National Park, Dairmari Beach is subect to all park rules, including entrance fees and visiting hours.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Congestion

Low

Parking Pass

Park entrance fee

Open Year-round

Yes

Pros

No crowds. Beautiful area.

Cons

Common for trash to wash up onshore here.

Pets allowed

Not Allowed

Features

Family friendly
Sand Dunes

Location

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