One of the most incredible places on the Island, whether you only get as far as the valley look out or have the time and the stamina (and the 4-wheel drive vehicle) to venture down. Caution: the road is steep, with deep pot holes and mud puddles. There are various ways down: a shuttle, a mule-drawn wagon, horseback, and ATV tours. Once at the black sand beach, be cautious as there is rough surf and strong currents and undertow. The view alone, however, is spectacular and a great spot for a picnic.