We had wanted to hike the Christian Point Trail but were told by the rangers that it was muddy in places and to try the Snake Bight Trail, which we did. It was quite cool and there were no mosquitoes in early March. The walk follows an old overgrown canal down to the Bight. It is 1.8 miles one way, long and straight and boring except for the zebra butterflies. We arrived at the Bight at low tide so no birds to see. Not worth the walk unless you arrive at high tide when there are supposed to be lots of birds to see. You can see the butterflies, the canal, mangroves and vegetation in the first 100 yards and skip the rest unless it is high tide.
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