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Lalomanu Beach

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Lalomanu Beach

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Main South Coast Road, Lalomanu, Upolu Samoa
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Half-Day North Coast Savaii Island Tour
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Half-Day North Coast Savaii Island Tour

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Combine Samoa’s history, natural beauty and unique wildlife on this half-day guided tour of the northern coast of Samoa’s largest island, Savai'i. This tour wraps all the highlights of the northern coast into a convenient package, saving you from having to hire a car to get around. For travellers staying a while, this tour is a good way to get your bearings before travelling around the island later in your trip.
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Elia S wrote a review Nov 2020
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Highly recommended to any visitor to the Samoan islands. The view you see in pictures is what you get. The ocean is much warmer than the Hawaiian waters due to its location near the equator. Take it from a local who now lives in the USA. Don’t be surprise to find out there are separate families who owns separate traditional beach fale/huts located on the same beach. The beach is shared and part of customary land belonging to separate local families. The small fee that you pay for parking or to use the facilities goes to support these local family owners. The traditional beach fale/huts are painted in separate colors for owners identification purposes. So when you pay the parking or usage fee, make sure it goes to the right local owner. A few of the complaints I’m reading here regarding fees comes from visitors misunderstanding these facts. By the way, these traditional Samoan beach fale/huts are very popular with backpackers and budget travelers who likes to spend a few nights sleeping literally on the beach. An experience not to be miss. Swimming near the beach is safe, but beware when snorkeling far out near the reef, there is a slight undercurrent especially when the tide is going out. If you’re looking for a good place to snorkel, I highly recommend Palolo Deep Marine reserve. I hope that helps and enjoy your visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Jeff wrote a review May 2020
Perth, Australia4 contributions
Probably one of the best beaches in the world. Always peaceful, calm, never overun with tourists. Seems like Samoa is just a hidden gem in the Pacific. Water is so crystal clear. Combined with the warm sun, it is magnificent. If youre on a budget, Taufua Beach Fales is great.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Malia A wrote a review Feb 2020
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This is a must do for all, warmth, beauty and so many activities available. Your photos will not require filters as the natural colours shine true
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Date of experience: December 2019
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sho689 wrote a review Feb 2020
Auckland, New Zealand4 contributions
Beautiful white sand, blue water beach with an exciting array of fish,coral and shells.Fao fao is an exceptional beach fale resort where you are well looked after whilst enjoying your own fale to sleep or relax in during the day.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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tahlia75 wrote a review Feb 2020
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This beach is not only pristine, it's breathtakingly beautiful. There is hardly anyone here and it is just divine. You can snorkle but be mindful to make sure the beach isn't owned by someone and that you might have to pay a fee to swim unless you are staying there.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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