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I think they only serve food on Wednesday evenings. Get there around 6PM on Wednesday and have a drink. At 7, they serve dinner - old school. Food has been cooking all day, Samoa-style on hot rocks under banana leaves. You will not have many...More
During our visit to Tutuila in mid/late November, there was a small sign on the front of the restaurant that said "Closed for Renovations"... but we knew that going in, because I had emailed before our arrival inquiring about the eco-lodges. If you are planning...More
A friend and I booked a home stay at Tisa's Eco fales for 2 nights at the beginning of her visit to American Samoa. The accommodations, open air and right on the pristine private Alega beach (also a Marine Sanctuary) are a calming and comfortable....More
I loved this place. Its location on a idyllic beach with the waves breaking just below is perfect. The food (no menu - just eat what they have) was absolutely delicious. And the atmosphere relaxed - they kind of place where you want to kick...More
When I got there they had a fresh pitcher of pina coladas and Tisa talked me into having my first one ever, can't tell you if it was good or not as like I stated it was my first one, and then two...
Tisa showed our cruise group a great day, the Samoan way. From pickup at dock, tour of island, lunch and snorkeling at restaurant....couldnt have asked for a better taste of Samoan life. Thanks Tisa and staff!
Response from Keith-B-Robinson | Reviewed this property |
We were staying at a B&B (Moana O Sina) west of Tafuna, and it took us the better part of an hour to drive our rental car to Tisa's. It will probably take 15-30 mins (depending on traffic conditions) to get there from... More
We were staying at a B&B (Moana O Sina) west of Tafuna, and it took us the better part of an hour to drive our rental car to Tisa's. It will probably take 15-30 mins (depending on traffic conditions) to get there from "downtown" Pago. If you are trying to visit thru a cruise ship (or on a tour) it will probably be more expensive, as such cruise-endorsed activities usually seem to be pricier.
Also, make sure you check if/when Tisa's will reopen. It was temporarily CLOSED for Renovations, when we were there late November, 2018.
Response from BOOYAA714 | Reviewed this property |
Catching a bus or taxi to Tisas is no problem from town, I do believe Tisa meets all the boats and helps with transport. Tisa and Candyman take great care of their customers so I have no doubt Tisa can and will organize... More
Catching a bus or taxi to Tisas is no problem from town, I do believe Tisa meets all the boats and helps with transport. Tisa and Candyman take great care of their customers so I have no doubt Tisa can and will organize rides back to the boat. Best thing is email tisa @ tisasbarefootbar com and ask.
You have picked the best spot to kick back and enjoy the island.