I have visited several times and always enjoy it. There is a $10 charge I think which covers a little tour of the remains of the plantation slave quarters and the big house. It's not much to look at but the guides do have some good stories and you may see some wildlife too. Afterwards there is a trail to walk and some largely empty rocky beaches where you can play at being shipwrecked. There's also a wreck that you can snorkel round (plane from a James Bond movie I think), and finally you get to the beach where Jaws 3 was filmed.
There's a small gift shop, a BBQ on Saturdays and nice clean aircon restrooms.
The only negative is the nearby oil refinery which I believe has fairly frequent crude leakages.
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