We took the catamaran from our cruise ship and the ride over and back was beautiful. Our tour guide on the island warned us that the Caves required a little work and he was right. You have to be able to stoop and walk through the huge rocks but it was managable for two 60 somethings and we are no athletes. We were both carrying backpacks and it was it was only a tight fit at one spot. The Caves are not really caves. They are large boulders that have sort of fallen on each other. We were the only cruise ship in port and the beach and caves were a little crowded but if you walk through the Caves to Devils Beach there is a very large stretch of beach that was empty. Also, I believe there is another beach in the other direction from the main beach area. To access the Baths you have to walk down a rocky bath that is fairly easy to traverse. There is a restroom at the bottom. We hiked back from Devils Beach up the car park route. That was longer than the walk down but I think it was probably not as steep. Again, a little vigorous but not bad. It was a beautiful spot and we are glad we went.
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