Have you ever heard of a magical swimming pool in the world? Do you want to get an ultimate experience in relaxation? If yes, then ‘To Sua Ocean Trench’ is the best destination to head towards.
Let us have a glance on ‘To Sua Ocean Trench’:
What is ‘To Sua Ocean Trench’?
‘To Sua Ocean Trench’ is a big hole hidden in a grotto on a volcanic island. The mesmerizing pool is situated on the volcanic island of Upolu in Samoa. Tourists need to dive into the pool using a steep ladder that leads down to the water.
During your visit to To Sua Ocean Trench, you can have a glance of crystal-clear waters mixed with tropical fish and a sandy bed.
Meaning of ‘To Sua Ocean Trench’:
‘To Sua Ocean Trench’ literally translates as ‘big hole’, which is located in Lotofaga village, on the south coast of Upolu island in Samoa.
How ‘To Sua Ocean Trench’ was formed?
‘To Sua Ocean Trench’ was formed when the volcanoes erupted on the island, much of the ground fell away. As a result, this 98-foot deep hole, To Sua Ocean Trench was formed.
You can get into the pool through the ladder that helps to descend into the grotto or you can use an impromptu diving board that is used when the water levels are high enough.
Water comes from the South Pacific Ocean into the pool through a number of tunnels and channels. These series of canals ensure the hole is never dried out.
Visitors are warned to take care while walking down the ladder, as at times the ladder can become slippery.
However, if you wish to maintain the safety routes into the water, there is a charge to swim. It will cost adults £10 ($15), children £3.85 ($6.00), but is free to those under the age of seven (7Yrs).
Other stunning natural swimming pools
Other stunning natural swimming pools around the world include Iceland’s famed Blue Lagoon geothermal spa and the travertine pools and terraces in Pamukkale, Turkey.
The ‘To Sua Ocean Trench’ on the Somoan island offers vistors/swimmers a truly unique experience in relaxation.