The southern section of the Skeleton Coast Park, which is accessible to the general public and Namibia safari participants, lies between the Ugab and Hoanib rivers and lures anglers from far and wide to its superb fishing grounds. This is, however, closely monitored by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism. As the shoreline moved over the years, vessels which floundered on offshore reefs and sand now lie fully exposed on the wide beaches. More interestingly, this area is a pristine coastal environment of undisturbed and unpolluted tidal zone and, in the north, at the mouth of the Kunene River, sea turtles beach to lay their eggs.