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Big Time Resort Side, Level 4
Mama-san, Level 2 / Snorkel
Ikei is a picturesque island dotted
with small, old-fashioned villages. You can dive almost anywhere on Ikei. The
beauty of the island is that you can choose to dive along the Pacific Ocean side
or within Kin Bay. To get to Ikei, take Route 8 toward White Beach. Turn left on
Route 31. Follow the road to the bottom of the hill and bear left. Cross the
long bridge to Henza and wind around the island. Remain on this road and you'll
eventually come to a red bridge that leads to Ikei. All signs to "Big Time
Resort" lead to the island.
For Pacific dive sites, take any
dirt road on the right off the island's main road. Dive sites here boast
visibility far below 100 feet. For Kin Bay sites, travel around the island until
you see Blue Lagoon Park. Take a left just past the park and another left before
a tobacco processing plant. Follow the road to Mama-san Beach. Visibility is
about 50 feet. Snorkeling is good at Mama-san, but watch out for jellyfish —
they are known to be quite common in this area.
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