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We stayed at Aganoa for a week & had the best time.
The lodge is private, only guests staying there can access the lodge & surf break area so you feel like you have your own piece of heaven.
The view from our fale was...More
We were warmly welcomed with another couple who were also staying for 2 weeks. Our greeting consisted of Coconut water, leis and a dance performed by some of the workers there. Normally we like our comforts such as air con, tv, safes, lockable rooms etc,...More
We stayed 2 weeks at Aganoa Lodge for our honeymoon in September 2015. What an amazing hidden gem of Samoa!
The rooms were modest but well looked after with stunning views and the staff very friendly.
The only negative would be sharing every meal in...More
Best place to stay in western Samoa to enjoy the warm hospitality and beauty of this unspoilt Island. Surf straight out the front or let the guides take you to some uncrowded waves nearby. Fabulous waterfalls,local markets and school all worth a visit. A short...More
Our family visited, we are not die hard surfers, but like to surf. We love to fish, snorkel, SUP, boogie board and enjoy another Countries culture. Tick, Tick, Tick and more Ticks. The service was outstanding, fales excellent, we couldn't recommend more highly!
US$425 - US$835 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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They only let you surf the Aganoa break at high tide. So a few hours before and after ... it's a fickle spot. Wave is a heavy barrel type. Bring booties for sure. I would recommend coconuts in Upolu for the price comparison... More
They only let you surf the Aganoa break at high tide. So a few hours before and after ... it's a fickle spot. Wave is a heavy barrel type. Bring booties for sure. I would recommend coconuts in Upolu for the price comparison. Neil can take you around by boat for cheap and accommodations are great. If you want Aganoa lodge maybe Fale 4-5?
When we stayed here we had access to a bunch of other surf breaks around the island. And there was no issue loading up the van and being driven to one of these breaks.
All transfers were included in our price