The two main islands of Upolu and Savaii offer a range of waves so diverse that every surfer will find one they want to gorge on – long-zippering walls, rippable A-frame peaks and draining barrels. In Samoa they all break over water so clear that sometimes it’s only the feel of the buttery-warm ocean that reminds you you’re not going to fall straight through. Even the names of the breaks themselves have a certain mysterious allure. The south shores of both islands work all year round while the North Shores are best in the northern hemisphere winter.
Coconut’s Beach Club Resort & Spa
Coconuts is a truly unique resort, with distinctive design features, world-class facilities, and an incredible relaxing environment. There are many resort activities on offer, including village visits, snorkeling, diving etc. For those who wish to simply relax, there are the beaches and the wonderful gecko shaped swimming pool, complete with swim-up bar. And the beachside restaurant and bar offers what several guidebooks agree is the best food on the island.
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Le Vasa Resort
Le Vasa is a newly-built secluded beachfront resort nestled in an enchanting tropical paradise. Situated on ½ mile of prime oceanfront property, this resort faces a beautiful, private lagoon surrounded by coral reef. The resort features a new ocean view restaurant w/ Samoan-style traditional carved poles by local artists. The luxurious waterfront accommodations offer queen & king size beds, ceiling fans, air conditioning, ensuite w/ hot water and private oceanfront decks.
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