The seas and waters around this island include some of the most dangers areas of coastline in the southern hemisphere. The tides tend to be extreme. At low tide, massive expanses of treacherous reefs are exposed, while at high tide roaring rips suck water between and around the large reefs under the water and create tidal pools that can catch any ship close by and drag her to her death.

Similar to Girrac, because of the violent nature of the coastline this island remains untouched by the hand of man. Sheer cliffs make up the coastline and while the island's northern half is mainly filled with dense marshes and bogs the rest of the island varies from sub-tropical vegetation including tall palms, thick vines and tropical fruit trees to more temperate flora and fauna. In the southwest the jungle gives way to shoulder-high grassland interspersed with areas of dense trees.