We didn’t stay here, but visited friends staying here and ate here.
Basic fales with mattress and mosquito nets provide, clean and friendly.
They do a communal meal at 7pm each evening. Visitors welcome – Samoan$30 pp – book at the shop. A large plate of basic but good food. Served quickly and cleared away quickly. If you want to linger after, bring your own glass/cup. Shop has a good section of fresh fruit, drinks and nibbles.
When visiting the resort, with my 5-year-old daughter, there was a tsunami warning. The manager drove round the resort ensuring that everyone knew about the warning, then gave, my daughter, me and another child and his parents a lift up the hill next to the resort to where the village (resort?) had built a fale, and toilets, and had a supply of water in case of emergencies. Others from the resort and village made their way up the hill via a set of steps. (Its worth walking up there, the views are great). We were kept informed as to what was going on, luckily, the tsunami didn’t happen.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included