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All reviews fia fia night breakfast and dinner beautiful beach fresh coconut to drink deep fried chicken large school traditional samoan food other guests share stories nightly rate included in the price a family run business feel like family pay tala authentic experience each morning fish
This was our first visit to Samoa.
After doing a bit of research on line and using Google earth, we decided to stay at Tanu Beach Fales.
Tanu are in the village of Manase on Savai’i. About 1hr from the Ferry in Salelologa.
Last minute paratiso.
Welcoming, caring and free meals. It's like staying with family.... minus the headache.
Stunning views, stripping away the TVs and electronic gadgets and forcing you to have an adventure with your family.
Rehab for families.. minus the cost.
I went with a school group of about 30, amazing. It's nonthing flash but it's the Samoan way. It's clean and refreshing. Best views. Staff went an extra mile to ensure we were all happy and satisfied.
Thinking seriously about having my wedding here.
This is a family run business but it seems to be evolving to become a fully servicing brothel. The food is bad and same food every day and included in your price of the fale. They also do the fiafia night, the workers are likely...More
We were a little bit mislead by our travel agent about this place. We thought we were going to be staying in a smaller village owned business, but there was about 33 beach fales. We learnt that a lot of schools use these fales due...More