Further north from Dragon’s Teeth you round the northern tip of the island. Here the coastline is very rocky and dramatic. While there are visitors, it seems that a lot less people come this far around the coast. However, there is something to bring up the visitors and that is a blowhole. You can stand higher up on the cliffs and watch the blowhole do its thing or you can walk further down.
A few people did get closer in but I decided to stay further out. With the violence of the waves crashing up on the shore and the occasional eruption from the blowhole plus the wind buffeting you, the senses were getting plenty to work with. Getting dragged in by the water was not necessary for me to enhance the experience!