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Travel Deals

10 Days from $1795 including

Retrun airfares from SYD/MEL/BNE
and ADL/PER plus $150
Twin share / Fale Accommodation
Daily surf boat transfers
Use of all camp facilities
2 meals per day (breakfast & dinner)
Experienced Australian and local surf giudes >>MORE DEAL FROM AUSSIE

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MANINOA SURF FALES

MANINOA SURF FALES

Line Up Surf Samoa offers surfing packages to suit every budget. Maninoa Surf Camp at Siumu on the South shore of Upolu is situated on a beautiful, private beach with seven world class surf spots within a short boat trip of the camp, including the famous Coconuts straight out the front. Your experienced Australian surf guide will ensure that you can take advantage of the best breaks the islands have to offer, surfing in clean, clear water with no crowds and no hassles. Should the rare occasion occur when there is no swell, lagoon snorkeling or reef fishing trips will be available. Samoa remains a land of mystery and intrigue in the tropical heart of Polynesia. The people are friendly and hospitable and will do their best to make your visit an enjoyable one. The tropical setting and inviting atmosphere combined with some of the best surf in the Pacific, make Samoa the perfect place to experience a new surfing adventure. Bookings are limited to ensure that your Samoan surfing holiday can be enjoyed without the hassles of crowded waves. Samoa is one of the rarely explored surfing outposts which, with the help of Line Up Surf Samoa, could become the venue of your ultimate surfing holiday.

To enquire about our Surf Camp call us on +61 2 9971 8624

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SURFING CONDITIONS

SURFING CONDITIONS
The surf in Samoa is world class and with so many lefts and rights to choose from you may find yourself stuffed for choice. What is certain is that you may get the wave of your life if not more while in Samoa. The waves aren't as powerful as those in the Mentawaii's or Bali but still pick up large swells coming from the Pacific Ocean which also means warm water. They still pack some punch on big days and are only suitable for intermediate to advanced surfers. If big waves aren't really your thing, then there are plenty of breaks around that don't pick up as much swell and will always be a bit smaller than the swell magnets >>More Info on The waves
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