Daimari Beach (Beautiful Deserted Beach in Aruba)

Daimari Beach in Aruba.
Desolate and deserted Daimari Beach in Aruba.

Daimari Beach in Aruba – What to Expect

Daimari beach is a u shaped deserted, wild beach in Aruba. You won’t find any roads or buildings in the area. But if you are looking for a beach where you can get away from the resorts and crowds and just be in nature this is a great place to start.

Daimari Beach Quick Facts

  • Water color: Turquoise blue
  • Sand: Golden sand (sea bottom is soft sand)
  • Length: 650 feet (200 meters)
  • Good for: Being away from the crowds, swimming, sunbathing
  • Not so good for: Amenities
  • Swimming conditions: Can get rough. Moderate.
  • Facilities: none, only nature
  • Lifeguard: none
  • Cost: Free
  • Parking: right on the beach
Daimari Beach in Aruba
Daimari Beach in Aruba

Where is Daimari Beach located?

It is located in Santa Cruz on the eastern coast of Aruba.

How to get to Daimari Beach

I recommend renting UTV’s or ATV’s and spending the day exploring Arikok National Park.

Hike from Daimari Beach to the Natural Pool

We parked at Daimari Beach and hiked to the Natural Pool. It took about 40 mins to hike. This can work vice versa as well.


This beach is easily accessible, it is located very close to road. Parking is located directly on the beach.

What you can Expect at Daimari Beach

Swimming Conditions

Moderate. Waves and current can get strong

Available tours in the area

There are so many!

Conclusion: Is Daimari Beach worth visiting?

Yes! This beach is definitely worth visiting.

Things to do near Daimari Beach

  1. Boca Keto – another incredible deserted and wild beach right next to the natural pool.
  2. Natural Pool – (2 minutes away from this beach in a 4 wheeler)
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