All of this could be gone in a short while if we as humans don't continue the destruction of the environment around us.
"It's important to preserve the environment we have for future generations, because if we don't take action now, it'll be gone before we know it" - Julia Agius, Environmental Club President
Arguably, the only reason this place stays relatively untouched is the "difficulty" of entering the island. But this brings up an issue - it's a remarkable view that we want more people to be able to experience. So, should we as a society make these places more available for people to enjoy at risk of the degradation of the environment? I think not.