At the entrance there is a small fee to pay, to support Carmabi, the Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity, that takes care of many bays and parks on the island.
At the little restaurant, famous for its pancakes, is a parking place. Trails can be done by foot or by car.
Since we had small children with us, we drove to Boca Pistol, where the waves are hammering the North side of the island (we loose about 3cm. each year; compensated by some growth at the South side).
The boca is named after the booming sound that the waves make, bumping into caves and coming out like an explosion, with a lot of noise, throwing water into the air.
Before leaving the park we went to another boca, with the Natural bridge. See the pictures!
Every boca is a photo opportunity the visitor should not miss.