Have a pleasant stay in our park and leave nothing but footprints and only take pictures.
FAQ & Regulations
A team of park rangers makes sure our visitors have an unforgettable experience in the park. Besides maintaining the trails and offering tours and guided hikes, the rangers also look after our flora and fauna where necessary.
To ensure your utmost safety in the park we ask you to read and understand our safety regulations and always follow up on requests from our team once you are in the park.
• Entrance to the park is at your own risk.
• Please stay on the trails, car routes and use the observation platforms for your own safety.
• No smoking and no fires.
• No stone stacking
• No littering in our park, please bring your litter back with you or use the trash bins.
• Bring enough water, sunscreen and make sure to wear suitable clothes and shoes.
• Limit both your exertion and your exposure to the heat if you have asthma, diabetes, heart condition or other medical health issues.
• Do not leave any articles in your car, lock your car and make sure to turn your car lights off.
• Make sure to leave the park before 4:30 PM
Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions below!
Our website contains as much information as possible for you to prepare your visit to our park. Do you still have any questions, please check out our frequently asked questions. In case you have any other questions that are not answered here or elsewhere on our website, please contact us! We are happy to assist!
The opening Hours of Shete Boka National Park are:
Mondays to Sunday: 09:00 AM – 5.00 PM
No admittance after 4:00 PM.
You can enter the park until 4.00 PM. There is no admittance allowed after 4:00 PM. You are required to leave the park before 4:30 PM.
Please check out our page opening hours & fees for more information!
The Shete Boka National Park is an area adjoining the Christoffel Park covering almost 10 kilometers of the rocky wave-exposed north coast of the island and has approximately 10 pocket bays where 3 species of sea turtles are known to lay eggs. There are two hiking trails and it is possible to get close to some of the bays by car.
Shete Boka National Park offers 2 hiking trails and 2 car routes. Visitors are free to choose between hiking and driving.
The trails in the Shete Boka National Park feature loose (unleveled) gravel surfaces. We recommend car routes for people who have a form of mobility impairment.
We are working to ensure all visitors can experience and enjoy the park. Some of the facilities such as the bathroom, restaurant and museum are accessible. If you have special needs or situations not explained in this information, please feel free to ask our staff. We will be happy to assist you.
The turtle Nesting season runs from approximately May to December.
Leashed pets are welcome in the park.