A wonderful place, calm, and with excellent snorkelling.
The only drawback is the access... unless you drive a motorbike, you will need a driver, that can be costly if you are alone or a couple.
You can try to wait at the crossing in the main road and see if somebody would take you...
Jumping from the rock is something to die for (not literally), but becareful when climbing the fixed rope, as it is a bit worn out on top because of dragging with the rough granite rock.
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