Soon after we anchored, we were visited by the Rangers, informing us of the National Park Status. They were very welcoming and asked if we wanted Fish and Lobster. We said Yes, and a few hours later, they passed us again, after being out fishing and told us they had Lobster and Baracuda. Not sure of the Ciguartera status in the area we declined the Baracuda, and they told us to come ashore at 5pm for Lobster.
Ashore, was lovey. A small wooden jetty with Palm treed beach area, simple Ranger lodgings, Solar Panels for electricity, two wells, one with Potable Water and one with Non-Potable Water. The Rangers, Daniel, Miguel and Roberto, were welcoming and friendly.
We had excellent Cuban cooked Lobster with Rice and Black Beans. One of the best Cuban meals we’ve had.
The Rangers invited us to come ashore the following morning at 8am to see the Monkeys. We arrived on time at the Jetty with coffee in hand but Monkeys obviously don’t have watches and we spent a good hour waiting for them to arrive. One big male came, and was greedily stuffing his mouth with as many protein pellets he could get into it. Unfortunately we had left out generator running so soon after 9am we had to head back to Meshugga and missed the en-mass troupe.