Tosua Ocean Trench, Samoa

Tosua actually means a “Gigantic Swimming Hole”. It is believed  that lava field blow holes making thees tide pools and walking paths along the shore and near the ocean’s edge. it is about 30 meters down from the ground level, one must climb down a long ladder to the natural pool. The pool is situated close to Lotofaga, which is a village on the south coast of Upolu island in Samoa. For more info about  the village, visit Lotofaga on Wikipedia

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To Sua ocean trench in Lotofaga

To Sua ocean trench in Lotofaga

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To Sua ocean trench in Lotofaga

To Sua ocean trench in Lotofaga

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Climbing down the ladder to Tosua ocean trench in Lotofaga

Climbing down the ladder to Tosua ocean trench in Lotofaga

 

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Toe Sua Ocean Trench

Toe Sua Ocean Trench

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Upolu, Samoa - 8th May 2012

Upolu, Samoa – 8th May 2012

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  1. Jimmy Loong February 24, 2013

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