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Beach was nice but as others have said... no real wow factor and for the drive (especially on the poor roads) not really worth it.
Worst of all though was having a local man across the road from the beach demand we pay $40 Tala...More
Visited this beach via scooter on an explore around the island and were lucky enough to arrive on a stunner of a day! Although I'm not a fan of being hassled for money to swim in the ocean or just to park our vehicle we...More
We spent 9 days in Samoa and of all of the beaches we saw this is the best to visit. We came back three times. It’s 20 Tala per person for parking and a fale, there is a bar restaurant with cold beer but after...More
We had a great afternoon here. In case you're not sure exactly where to go, look for Taufua Beach Fales and stop somewhere near there. There are some large underwater rocks that the fish hang out at, so try to find one of them for...More
We first saw this beach in 1998 and we’re awe struck by its beauty... coming back, after the Tsunami, it still rates as one of the most beautiful in the world.
The current was quite strong in October and we had to watch out that...More
We visited on a Monday in March and the beach was virtually empty, even with our cruise ship in port. It is a nice white sandy beach with views of the hills and an island. Didn’t see any fish close to shore and it was...More
The beach is very beautiful. Its hard to get to though, prepare to go past the huge rock slide on the way. The day we went was very overcast and there was only a handful of people about. We stopped and had a meal and...More
This is a little slice of paradise for a day trip. Very friendly for children, although the waves can start to get rough. We spent the day relaxing in a beach side hut with food and drinks service. This is a must visit location if...More
The white sand beaches and crystal clear water along the huge beautiful coastline was the tropical paradise I had been dreaming about before my trip to Samoa. Bit of a drive about an hour. But so worth it! We just hired a beach fale ,relaxed...More
Hi Motown, there is a stretch of the beach that is free with palm trees for shade. We went to a restaurant for lunch and had to pay 5 tala per person to access there private beach. In comparison it’s like two dollars so no... More
Hi Motown, there is a stretch of the beach that is free with palm trees for shade. We went to a restaurant for lunch and had to pay 5 tala per person to access there private beach. In comparison it’s like two dollars so no big deal. There was good snorkeling and wonderful views. I wish we spent more time there. Watch out for pigs when driving thru villages