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, 31 Oct
nice - good post thank you for sharing visit-
Upolu - I surfed Samoa may 2012 and had a good trip. for accomodation i would recommend a place in a village called Tafitoala (maybe mispelt) called 'Sine P.J. Fale'. The family who run it are real sweet. Neil is a good man too, he knows the island back to front. He has a boat and can sort you out a wave. I think he mostly hangs out at Coconuts
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October - We are heading to Samoana early October - has anyone got any info on what the surf is usually like? Which side of the island is better and is it best to hire a car>??? Thanks
Surfing South Upolu - Their are 3 places to stay all next to each other at the village of Siumu.
Coconuts - nice resort for families or couples
Maininoa Surf Camp - Strictly cheap low buget surf camp with basic accomodation and facilities holds approx 45-45 surfers
Sinalei Resort - Adults only nice resort
A boat runs from Maininoa Camp with the 'crowd' no camp members pay each trip.
Coconuts has a small 'tinny' which holds 5 surfers pays as you go
He can organise also a trip to Salanis when it works which is about a 300 mtr paddle over flat water.
I understand the Surf camp there is getting rebuilt soon
Also if you are keen you can rent a car at Coconuts/sinalei and go venturing along the coast we saw some nice breaks going east on our bus tour but not there next dat due to swell change
Going to W. Samoa June 13th - I'm from San Diego and will be traveling solo to Upolo and Savaii june 13th. looking to surf,fish and dive as mush as possible.I will be renting a car and staying with local families. If you'll be in the area and feel like sharing some boat rides let me know.BTW, I also like to drink beer.
- hey guys never been to samoa surfing but thinking of hitting it in may. im looking to surf mainly boulders,salanu,sales special k and tiva. can you give me any info on where might be the best area-accom to stay. wana keep it relativity cheap. also are most breaks paddle out or boat ride. any info would be awesome thanks
Samoa South Coast- Coconuts beach club - Hey Mate- Just got back from Samoa a few weeks ago. Took the wife to Coconuts and it is almost completely re built after the tsunami. She was happy and I got good waves at a couple different spots with the surf guide at Coconuts, Neil. Nice guy who knows all the waves. I would go there again for sure. It was the spot.
Stuart - Hi mate i went a few months ago and you would never know anything happened all the main areas didnt get affected. Went with girl friend and every 1 was super nice to us and scored a few waves. Good all round trip though.
Crime? - Hey, I was looking at Samoa but i heard the crime was up due to desperation post tsunami. Understandable but it doesnt make for a great holiday. Anyone been recently that could comment on their experience?
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