Auga Seaside Resort

Address: PO Box 3272, Asau, Savai'i, Samoa Western | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 3272, Asau, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Asau

    A change of Samoan Island

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 22, 2015

    25 photos

    ... we may just be subjected to one such cyclone. It was at this point that the vulnerability of our situation occurred to me: if such a natural disaster was imminent (and on such a small Pacific island they must occur reasonably infrequently) how would we ever know? As it transpired, we were not in danger of getting anything other than saturated by the biblical rain that hit us so hard the car would require a turbo setting for its wipers to be deemed useful. A quick pit stop allowed ...

    Serene Savai'i

    A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Nov 08, 2014

    32 photos

    ... to get close once or twice only to get completely and pleasantly soaked by the spray!
    We had dinner at the resort every night so far so having the car we thought, let's try something else. Only there was nothing else to try. It was seven by the time we got back to Salelologa village and there was nothing left open. This was not too much of a surprise considering that there are maybe thirty business TOTAL lining a kilometer of the one main street. Back to the resort ...


    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... drive to the Falealupo Rainforest Reserve. The exerts of yesterday were taking their toll, as evidenced by the napping en route (see photo). Finally arriving at the reserve, we began a canopy walk. More like a canopy climb, the trip still involved ascending to a dizzying height and crossing the most ramshackle footbridge ever assembled. After some great views across the tree tops, we descended to visit two ...


    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 07, 2014

    11 photos

    Day 24. Our journey to the other island started at 4:30am, as we were determined to catch the 6am ferry and have a whole day's exploring ahead. Unfortunately, upon arriving at the ferry terminal we were informed that the 6am was full and we'd have to wait for the 8am ferry. So much for the early start! Eventually the ferry arrived; we left our newfound stray friends on dry land and started the journey to Savai'i, which holds the title of third biggest active volcano ...

    Waterfalls, Blowholes and Beaches

    A travel blog entry by dlake on Nov 01, 2013

    10 comments, 13 photos

    ... the height of the walk. Part of the trek is on a walkway between trees constructed of old aluminum ladders and wire cable with netting on the sides. The girls managed to get across twice despite the instability of the walkway. The boys on the other hand tried their hardest to bounce each other off the walkway, now I remember what it is like to be twenty again!

    We dropped the boys off at their accommodations and continued on to visit a turtle "sanctuary". There were ...