While the entrance to the park is surrounded by souvenir shops and restaurants, entrance to the park itself is restricted and regulated in order to protect it. The tour leader was source of vast information on the fauna and wildlife. The beaches were beautiful. The downside is that once the tour was over, we had to decide whether to stay in the park or leave for refreshments. Once we left, we'd have to pay again to re-enter it. If we had known in advance, we could have packed a lunch etc and stayed at the beach. Unfortunately, this was a relatively new policy, impletmented after we booked the tour, so the tour company wasn't able to provide that info to us in advance. Nonetheless, I appreciated the opportunity of hiking through the park. It's just too bad it's in danger of being taken over by the tourist-beach goers.
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