Okay, I'll explain it a little silly but it's the only way I can do it knowing you get there for sure ;-)
If you come in, don't go through the big Hawaii
style surf because that's a reef. I know you think I'm mad writing that but others read this too and I saw a cruiser doing it and heard about others. One went spreaders into the water
while turning away from it and they skipped Sapzurro! The entrance is about 500 yards wide with a 100 yard reef on the starboard side so that leaves 400 yards and entering through the middle as safe but these cruisers didn't manage and declare it a dangerous entrance. I hope they never have to pass a 30' cut in a reef!
Well, you come all the way in until you're close (say 100') to shore. You will see a beach and in places a reef right in front of the beach. You turn to port and follow the beach and at some point you will have turned 180 degrees but see your path blocked by a point of land with a small reef extending from that. This is the place as that small reef provides protection. You anchor
quite close to the beach and bring a stern-line to a palm tree on the beach. Any swell leftovers are on the bow that way so it's perfect. Also, more boats can anchor there this way.
In reality you don't do what I wrote, you find the little reef when you're coming in but it is really far in and there are many points and small reefs
and you have to get the last one. Maybe when you come the moorings are already there. When we came in we were the only sailboat but I saw three coming out before we arrived and the next day others came and we were never alone until we left so you have a good chance that you can just head
to the other's in that corner ;-)