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Went to this beach today and it’s 20 Tula to park your car if you want to sit in one of the little huts along the beach it’s 50 Tula per person😊you realise how spoilt you are coming from Australia our beaches are amazing this...More
Highly recommend the drive to this beach or to even stay in the fales / accomodation beachside. Such a beautiful beach, bar and restaurant beachside to enjoy at lunch time. I definitely recommend making a day out of it when you are here. Such a...More
Spent a lovely few hours here. There are plenty of beach fales dotted along the beach and a few little shops where you can get an ice cold drink or two. We paid 20 tala to park and for the use of a fale. The...More
We stumbled across the beach whilst exploring in a rental car and stopped for a drink and something to eat. But ended up swimming in the beautiful crystal clear water as well. The fales looked awesome - next trip to Samoa will definitely book a...More
So, someone owns everything. whether you park your car, take the boat, go to a beach, always have small denominations of samoan currency called tala. The carpark is $10 tala, payable to the people when you arrive on lalomanu. You can pay $50 which covers...More
Well this is the scenic beach and it surely has all the right ingredients.
When the tide is out its a bit limited, it was the lunch stop for us and that dragged on as they do sometimes. No denying its a pretty spot though
Naturally beautiful and wild and uncrowded at this time of the year. There were barely any people on the beach and plenty of fale to rent along the way. It looked like there were people snorkelling but we just sat on the beach and ate...More
Only draw back is you have to pay to swim. Either $20 tala to swim only or if you eat or drink at cafe its $10tala. But given the Tsunami that hit & the devastation then big deal as its about $12nzd. Next time I...More
The day we visited, the beach at Lalumanu was exactly as photos show, clear blue water as far as the eye can see. The restaurant is situated amongst the colourful fales ( beach huts), the bathrooms (loos,showers) are across the road. The lunch food was...More
Hi Motown, there is a stretch of the beach that is free with palm trees for shade. We went to a restaurant for lunch and had to pay 5 tala per person to access there private beach. In comparison it’s like two dollars so no... More
Hi Motown, there is a stretch of the beach that is free with palm trees for shade. We went to a restaurant for lunch and had to pay 5 tala per person to access there private beach. In comparison it’s like two dollars so no big deal. There was good snorkeling and wonderful views. I wish we spent more time there. Watch out for pigs when driving thru villages