We took the first walk, labelled as 45 minutes. Due to stopping to take photos and hunt for wildlife it took us nearer 3 hours. The views are spectacular and we did spot a tortoise and lots of lizards. Lots of people however were taking the walk merely as exercise, despite the rough path, stomping along, even chatting on phones, so the wildlife scarpered. Not everyone quite gets the nature thing, I suppose. Machine-gun fire phone conversations in the hide don't help. However, it's worth the trip, truly beautiful. There is a loo in the visitor centre and plenty of parking when we went. Walking boots recommended.
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