This is situated in block two of Yala National Park.

The rocky outcrop gives the image of a man looking at the sea from a distance. Archaeological evidence of ancient habitats of 125,000 years old has been found in this site. Archaeologists have discovered prehistoric stone tools here. It is believed that these tools had been made and used by homo erectus.

Remains of Chert spread over a vast area believed to be used for making tools by pre historic man have been found here. Visitors need to obtain special permission from the Department of Wildlife to visit this site.