Our goal is to transport you to another time and place. A world of open-air and open spaces, of falling asleep to the soft patter of rain on a tin roof or waking to the kiss of a light trade-wind breeze sliding off of the ocean.
$200 tala per person a night include breakfast and dinner
At Aganoa Lodge Samoa we invite you to unplug from your busy world and experience something perfect. Perfect and simple.
Aganoa Lodge Samoa is a full-service surf lodge featuring fully guided surfing experiences for a maximum of eight guests. Our common area is a huge open-plan space that features a bar, lounge area, and individual surf-observations areas. Our beautiful white sand Aganoa Beach is flanked by manicured grounds including a common sundeck featuring umbrellas and sun lounges with a view of the break directly in front of the lodge. Our bar is also accessible from the main deck area.
Our “rooms” are simple. Eight stand-alone, open-air fales (bungalows) each surrounded by its own “privacy screen” intended to give guests their own perfect carved-out piece of paradise. Each unit is constructed almost entirely of reclaimed timber and lava rocks collected on-site, and each features a king or queen-sized four-post bed cooled by high-speed mounted fans, en suite bathroom with open-sky shower (with Molton Brown amenities), power outlets and private porch decks for relaxing or watching the surf (literally steps from the lagoon beach).
Meals are all-inclusive – with the exception of select beverages – at the Aganoa Lodge Samoa and have been designed to emphasize fresh, healthy, super-food/performance-enhancing nourishment to maintain peak energy levels during the experience. Aganoa Lodge Samoa offers a delicious and authentic set-menu for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the oceanfront restaurant. Locally sourced and sustainable ingredients anchor a menu of Samoan delicacies blended with Western cuisine. Stars are fresh fish caught daily right offshore and organic fruits and veggies grown either in our on-site organic hydroponic facility or in the gardens of nearby villages. The bar, of course, is stocked with ice-cold beverages, local beers, New Zealand wines and international spirits.