Adjacent to Shell Beach Protected Area, Warapoka is the closest indigenous community that caters to travellers . One of the prime fishing spots in the region, the members of the community recently embarked on establishing a community-owned and operated eco-lodge for travellers. Sustainable catch and release sport fishing is one of the key activities visitors to the village can enjoy. The much sought-after tarpon, lou lou and bashar fish species are just a few of the more exotic fish that populate these waters. There are also several Harpy Eagle nests nearby, increasing the likelihood that one will be nesting when you visit.