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26 miles from Sam’s

TWO DOGS. 7°08.641N, 134°18.636E

In the very south end of the main lagoon, and even closer to the dive sites, there are a few nice spots depending on the prevailing conditions.

The noted GPS position is inside a group of islands popular with dive operators for their decompression interval, lunch break, stop. It’s known as Two Dogs Beach or Long Beach. At low tides there are a couple of beautiful sandy beaches. Why, do you ask, Two Dogs?

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