There are two colonies of gannets in Kidnapper's Cove, one about three-quarters to the point along the cliffs and the other at the point. The drivers park the tractors near point and we're given an hour and 15 minutes to explore. The walk to the gannet colony is 1.5 km ... very much uphill. The sun has begun to peek from behind the clouds and if it wasn't for the cool sea breeze it would be a very hot hike. The path is alongside cow pastures then expansive (dry) grasslands.
We return to our starting point four hours and twenty minutes after our departure. Although we may be stiff tomorrow from the trailer jostling us about, this has been an incredible experience, one that we would recommend to everyone.