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Such a beautiful place to stay. We are a family of 4 that stayed in TuiMoana1. Lovely staff that were very welcoming upon arrival, checkin went smooth - fast and easy. Had a lovely young lady direct us to our room right at the end...More
If you want to experience the real Samoa, stay at Vaimoana. Staying in an open fale is a must do. Nothing better than opening your eyes in the morning to a beautiful sunrise. The food was the best we had in Samoa. Every day there...More
Lovely resort with very friendly staff. Stayed in an open beach fale which was idylic, right on the water edge. Comfortable fale with sides that came down at night. Smart clean bathroom facilities. Enjoyed dinner and breakfast and the staff happily surprised my boyfriend with...More
Friendly professional staff who were always on hand to help out with anything you needed. Safe and comfortable Fales and a great range of accomodation. The food was the best I had on the islandand the first time I had salad. In most fale based...More
An unexpected evening at Va i Moana started with an Umu demonstration from Natu, and the effervescent staff all performed a great FiaFia night. The MC had his debut this night ,and had so much energy and fun in his role.The String Band was fabulous,...More
I'd take your own wine if you can. They had only cask wine when we stayed. Yuck! The local beer is good and relatively cheap. They make an awesome pinà colada as the coconut cream and pineapple are fresh. The other cocktails... More
I'd take your own wine if you can. They had only cask wine when we stayed. Yuck! The local beer is good and relatively cheap. They make an awesome pinà colada as the coconut cream and pineapple are fresh. The other cocktails were not as nice as they use artificial syrup flavourings. Over all I'd say our bar tab was pretty cheap. We bought beer at the local stores for our fale as well. The young coconuts are lovely and refreshing too. As someone else said you need to drink bottled water which is about $SD6 from memory for a large bottle. We asked for a jug for our room so we could boil our own and refill the bottles. They were happy to oblige.