One natural feature that makes this place interesting is the fact that the tides effect the landscape so drastically here in the anchorage. At low tide, what is usually just a normal strip of beach becomes an incredibly huge and vast stretch of beach. If you bring your dinghy ashore a the highest of high tide, and return at the lowest of low...you will have to drag your dinghy a VERY long way to get back to deep water. I love low tide. There is so much exploring to do when the water recedes and lets you take a peek at what is hiding below it. Every tide pool is a potential spot to find a little treasure and a leisurely barefoot walk during low tide always produces some cool discoveries. Shells, crabs, sand patterns and all sorts of interesting things lay in wait for the water to return, or for you to discover them first.
"Life is a tide; float on it. Go down with it and go up with it, but be detached. Then it is not difficult".
- Prem Rawat