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Toilet Bowl's strenuous entrance and exit and the need to maintain proper buoyancy make this site appropriate only for experienced divers. Ideal conditions exist along the outermost reef at about 30 feet. Near the reef top you can see crinoids and hydroids, and the underwater mountains, valleys and caverns host fish, crustaceans and sea fans. Divers need to exercise extreme caution because conditions change rapidly.
From Kitamae Gate on Camp Foster, turn right onto Highway 58. Go north for 30 km. Just north of Onna Village, you will see a fire station on the left and a Lawson Station on the right. There is a stop light at the fire station. Turn left at the light and travel past the log cabin. Once you have go .7 km, you will be at Manzamo Point parking lot. There Is a black top road between the shops and the restrooms; turn left on this road. Go .6 km to a spot where there are tombs on the left. This is where you park for Toilet Bowl. There is a path that leads to the dive point. Before getting into the water, don you mask, snorkel, and fins. Jump In using the giant stride-method. Quickly swim away from the edge of the bowl. Exit with caution; be sure to save enough air. For an easier departure, swim to the peninsula at the side of the bowl and climb up.
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