Did this on a blistering hot April day but the forest was cool with lots to see and the views make it totally worth it. However, like a previous reviewer noted this could be so much more if a little more attention was paid to signage and footing and the clearing of view restrictions.
Don't wear flip flops as the ground is quite uneven in spots and the walking can be muddy if it has rained. While technically not a rain forest you could have fooled me. Like the trails, the bar/shop at the base could be so much more but the manager (owner?) makes a nice rum punch and the shop has a few interesting items. He also knows the trails and can advise but at least when we were there he had only one copy of a map and that was his to keep. I was tempted to give him $5 to go make some copies for future visitors.
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