The rocky surface can get slippery at some parts and lots are sharp so one must look out while walking. In the late afternoons, the place can get crowded with tourists because it is the last stop before heading to the sunset point. Check the tide timings before you propose a visit here! The rock formation is about 2 km north of the jetty, and one has to take a road heading north-west after the market. At the beginning of the tiny sandy path to travel to beach No. 2 there’s a little hut selling snacks, refreshments, and fresh mango juices to chill down a touch.
Natural Rock Bridge
Natural rock bridge Neil’s famous attraction may be a natural bridge formation locally referred to as the Howrah Bridge. To ascertain this natural, “wonder” one has to visit the rocky beach No. 2 at low water when it’s possible to steer on its dead corals, and rocks to succeed in the attraction. For some, the ocean creatures seen here could even be interesting. You’ll find small fish, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, starfish and on some parts you’ll even see colorful corals are slowly growing again.