Savaiʻi is the largest and highest island in Samoa and the Samoa Islands chain. The island is the fifth largest in Polynesia. Behind the two main islands of New Zealand and the Hawaiian Islands of Hawaii and Maui.
Savai’i is also referred to by Samoans as Salafai, a classical Samoan term used in oratory and prose. The island is home to 43,142 people (2006 Census) who make up 24% of the country’s population.The only township and ferry terminal is Salelologa, the main entry point to the island, situated at the east end of Savai’i. A tar sealed road serves as the one main highway, connecting most of the villages with local buses reaching most settlements.
Lauiula Beach Fales
Lauiula Beach Fales is located on the beautiful white sandy beaches of Lano on Savaii Island in Samoa. This budget accommodation is family owned and operated. Experience Samoa Style living and let your hosts look after you whilst on the beautiful Savaii Island.
Spend your holiday in Samoa with us, relaxing, swimming or just while away the day with a book in this tranquil paradise. If you feel energetic you can take the canoe out fishing and exploring.
But there is even more beyond the beach, including adventurous mountain hikes or guided day trips out to the incredible Togitogiga Waterfall. We offer transport and tour guides for private tours and bus excursions so that you get expert local knowledge of Samoa.
Also back at the resort we will teach you the art, cuisine and culture of Samoa. Every Friday we hold a Fiafia night where we showcase our Samoan dance and heritage.
Lauiula Beach Fales offers fresh fruits and other local produce. Don’t be shy to join Siu or anyone else for a spot of fishing or crabbing in the evening meal. In addition, meals are served in the central dining fale with an open air deck right next to the water.