We greatly enjoyed hiking along the shoreline of the island as well as hiking 'inland' (in quotation marks, since the island is less than a mile wide). We saw some wild horses, and while one must stay at a distance, the seven we saw seemed like they might be quite used to people invading their spaces. If you go when the weather is a bit chilly (as we did), consider the location you sit on the ferry -- some positions may get wet (and you are stuck without anything to dry you off on the island). The only fee we encountered was the ferry ($15pp).
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