Lotofoga, Atua, Samoa for Most Magical Swimming Spot in the world, To-Sua Ocean Trench

AMAZING experience, most magical natural swimming spot, what can one say about this stunning place. The iconic To-Sua trench is a stunning attraction that consists of two giant holes that are connected through an ancient lava tube cave. One of them is filled with water (For your ultimate swimming experience), and other is without water.
To-Sua Ocean trench literally translated as “Large Swimming Hole “is a breath taking swimming spot in Lotofaga village, on south coast of Upolu island in Samoa. It’s a 30 meter deep hole which was made when ground collapsed with eruption of volcanoes and nearby shores got covered with lava.
The magical beauty of this place is mesmerizing, lush greenery is matched with crystal clear water and loads of tropical fish in it. With a connected series of canals from the pool to South Pacific Ocean ensures that the pool will remain filled with water.
I had an ever memorable, once in a life time swimming experience in that pool. For me going down through the steep ladder was a bit scary, but once I jump through the wooden platform into the water it was an amazing feeling, such as being a part of natural beauty. This is a must visit stunning place for every member of your family. The ticketing system for the swimming goes like, $15 for adults and $6 for children.

Where I stayed / started

Samoa Tradition Resort

http://traditionresort.com/

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