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Ryan Bagley said 4 years ago
Beautiful spot, just watch your step when you go through the tunnel of love lol, there was a used condom every couple feet. Gorgeous views though, a nice trail. If you look to your left when you go through the tunnel you will see a small cement doorway that leads into trash cave, only for the adventurous. The ocean front is slightly dangerous for swimming, won't see anyone dumb enough to swim out unless the water is calm. Have fun, don't step in any human feces on the other side of the tunnel. Nice trail though...
Local PR Guide said 4 years ago
This place is absolutely phenomenal and the views are mesmerizing. This area is best for relaxing towards the beach for a short stay. No restrooms. Also the tunnel will lead to an open trail for more of the beach views but it's recommended not to use sandals. The locals do not keep this area clean and there is a lot of unsanitary things such as used condoms, garbage, beer cans, and urine on the floors towards the tunnel. The 5 🌟 are only for the views of the beach (NOT the start and end of the tunnel). It's very unsanitary.
Tim Murphy said 4 years ago
Definitely a must to visit, but bring food and plan to stay awhile. The beaches after you go past the tunnel walk about half a mile and enjoy. Not a lot of people and it's fun trying catch the crabs running around. Though some say it may be dangerous going alone. It so unfortunate the old restaurant is run down and abandoned.
Daniel Henderson said 4 years ago
This was a great surprise. There are no signs helping you get there, and when you do, it looks like a dump. But trust me, walk through the tunnel! The views, the hiking are amazing! Just imagining the trains driving through the tunnel and gorge was quite an experience.
Sol Luis Colón Martínez said 4 years ago
The place could use some attention, don't get me wrong, it is beautiful, just some more trashcans and policemen would be nice.

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