We took the fast boat that included the flower pot islands and the fathom five marine park. We saw 2 ship wrecks and an under construction light house. The water was quite calm and the boat wasn't full which was nice. Unfortunately we had to merge our boat with another and take on their passengers (which takes about 20 minutes of your time and wasn't expected). Once we got out to the island it was great. The national park guides gave us a little info on the island and then we set out to explore. There are outhouses and garbage cans (use them here as nothing until the lighthouse). The hikes were really easy (we are hikers from the Rockies so you could easily wear flip-flops on these trails). Make sure to take enough time so you can hike all the way around. The light house and the volunteers were very nice. Here you could stop and use the outhouse (best view ever from the crapper) or buy a small snack. The hike to the caves was pretty cool and then of course the flower pots were fun to climb around. We had a beautifully warm day and wish we had our swimsuits.
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