Hello! The tour sounds wonderful. It does sound like you don't get to spend much time on the beach or just walking among the rocks and taking in the coast. How long do you usually get to spend actually on the beach near the rocks and seals? Are you allowed to climb among the rocks, and are there rules about how close you can get to the shore/seals/rocks?
It is not a sand beach, very rocky with big waves. Stops allow enough time to take photos and walk around. You cannot touch or get to close to seals without risk.
There are safety rules. I would not recommend climbing onto the rocks, that would be very risky. You should look at some you tube videos before going.
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