Sooth­ing Savaii

Go Travel The Pacific - - Samoa -

As I walked to my bun­ga­low on the beach, I was struck by the calm­ness of the crys­tal clear wa­ters of the la­goon. The beach was light golden sand with trop­i­cal beach um­brel­las and sun loungers. The bar and restau­rant on the beach was in the per­fect lo­ca­tion for or­der­ing a snack or cock­tail with­out having to move from my sun lounger.

Most of the ac­com­mo­da­tions are on the beach, some with sep­a­rate bed­rooms to cater for families, and all have cook­ing fa­cil­i­ties. The en­suites have out­door show­ers, giv­ing a de­light­ful feel­ing of show­er­ing un­der the stars.

Fil­tered and ul­tra vi­o­let treated wa­ter is pro­vided from the taps in each ac­com­mo­da­tion. This wa­ter is also avail­able to the vil­lagers free of charge.

The shel­tered la­goon is ideal for swim­ming and snorkelling to the coral gar­dens, where the multi coloured trop­i­cal fish and the huge brain corals are a must see. I was for­tu­nate to see turtles in­clud­ing some young ones.

The resort has a glass bot­tom boat, ideal for those who are ret­i­cent about snorkelling, For those in­ter­ested in fish­ing; fish­ing char­ters op­er­ate from the la­goon.

If you stay at this resort, it will not be your last time.

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