This is a very strenuous hike - especially if you go all of the way to the beach. It is a solid 2 hour walk there and 2 hours back (retracing your steps). It's a good albeit rugged trail, and we did see howler monkeys. The piece de resistance is the deserted beach. Plan to spend some time there cooling off and enjoying the scenery before heading back up the trail to go back.
Our mistake was that we did not have enough water. We brought 4 liters for 3 people and really could have used at least 2 liters each - if not more. Learn from our mistake and bring more water than you think you'll need.
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