This hike is almost all down hill, so even for a non-hiker it is a fairly easy jaunt. The guide provided walking sticks for those who wanted to use them. Our tour group was about 30 and included people of all ages. I felt like we were a little rushed through the hike and would have liked a little more time to enjoy the flora and fauna. Our guide was excellent and pointed out many different trees, told us about the plantations that were on the island at one time. At the end of the hike we had a short time to swim before the boat came to pick us up to return to the park headquarters. You do not have to pay for a tour to enhoy the Reef Bay Trail, but if you do not, then when you get to the beach, you must turn around and hike uphill over the same traiil. There is not much parking at the trail head.
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