We had read about the beautiful views, so we thought we would give it a shot. Our SUV made it up just fine but when you get to the top, there is a gate to a private residence. There is a small sign (probably posted by the thieves) that says 1 minute walk to the view. We walked up this very narrow path which was nerve racking due to what we have heard. We barely got to the lookout point, when we heard honking from where we parked. We rushed back to find the homeowner for the gated house at the top. We had blocked him from getting in his house. We moved the car and he pulled in his gate. He then walked back to tell us that we should probably leave due to he saw some men hiding in the woods as he pulled in the driveway and we will probably get robbed if we stick around. He told us this is a huge problem and the thieves wait in the woods for tourists to show up. He also said the government is going to install cameras in the area to try to catch these guys. After leaving there my wife looked in her purse to find that all of our money was already gone. However the rest of our stuff in the car was left alone. After talking to some transplants on the island, they said this is the most dangerous part of the island and tourists should not go there. We heard stories of people getting robbed at knifepoint and them stealing everything in your car along with the tires off your car. I think the guy who lives at the top saved us from a much greater loss than what we experienced. I would not recommend going here as it is so remote, anything could happen and nobody would ever know. Thanks to the man living at the top.
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