Stretching across a rugged 10-kilometer coastline, Shete Boka's jagged landscape boasts seven accessible inlets. It's an easy hike to the first stop: Boka Tabla, where you can shimmy down into its cavernous opening to watch the massive waves blast against the rocks. Think that view's impressive? Take the marked trail to Boka Pistol's lookout point to see limestone bluffs and rolling lava hills before heading to Boka Brown, where sea turtles come to lay their eggs. Entrance to the park is $5.50, and you can pick up a free map at the entrance.