I drove to the park with my brother and sister-in-law as they were out on a holiday and wanted to see cliffs, the kind you see in the tourism brochures. Well, this place has them. The cliffs seem to go forever along the Minas Basin, a nice dirty red colour etched from the tides. Low tide is the only time to visit, you can walk way out — the tides here are the highest in the world — and get some beautiful panoramic scenes of the cliffs and countryside on top. Definitely a place I’ll be visiting over and over again.