This pristine white sandy beach, which is within Arikok National Park, actually takes its name from two limestone caves. Although strong currents make this a less than ideal place for swimming, it's a haven for both sunbathers and surfers, and it's also a worthy sight if you're hiking through the national park.
Each of the limestone caves here forms a cove, and one forms the perfect spot for island surfers. Other nearby beaches of note include the rolling dunes of Boca Prins and Daimari Beach to the north.
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