Kayak Mulifanua

Kayak Mulifanua

Kayak, sail, snorkel from Mulifanua

Explore the sheltered west coast of Upolu by kayak.

Description Cycling Comfort Adventure
Mountain bike tracks and trails Picnic or local lunch
Mountain bike tracks and trails
Picnic or local lunch

Our base is located  on the West Coast of Upolu where we are sheltered from the trade winds, with easy, safe access across the reefs. There is good snorkelling and fishing between the reefs and opportunities to sail within the reef. We often see large turtles just outside the reef and occasionally see eagle rays within the lagoon.
Depending on conditions and your experience there is plenty to do. Travel in a double kayak with a guide in the back, or if you are more experienced take a freedom rental and explore further in singles or doubles. Paddle to Manono to see this unique island where dogs and cars are banned or to Le Vasa or Sheraton Resorts for lunch.
Our kayaks are mostly Southern Endeavors (doubles) and Shearwaters (singles) and are suitable for novices and advanced kayakers. They are sit-in boats designed to be used with spray decks.
On breezy afternoons we can shake out the Pacific Action sails for a fast, free-ride down wind.

Free pickup from Le Vasa and Sheraton Resort.

Coming from Apia it is a 60 Tala taxi ride (we can organise as required), or catch a local bus for 4 Tala and experience the wooden busses with their deep base music (an experience everyone should try once).

Prices (per person)

Half day Guided 100 Tala (includes full day use of kayak)
Full day Guided 150 Tala
Freedom hire 70 Tala/day (second and subsequent days)

Children 5-12 years old- half price (acceptance of children on trip subject to adequate safety ratios and experience of group).

Experience Level

Participants should be confident in the water.
Lifejackets (PFDs) are supplied and must be worn. No kayak or snorkelling experience is required for guided trips. We use conventional sit-in sea kayaks with spray decks.

What to bring

• Sunhat, sunscreen and insect repellent
• Kayak clothes – A light top (long sleeved if you are sun sensitive) and shorts/swimwear
• Kayak footwear - reef shoes are nice, jandals are fine, bare feet acceptable
• Swim wear and towel/sarong
• Travel home clothes – if you came over in your kayak clothes
• Camera/phone – in waterproof bag
• Snacks
• Water bottle


We use new top quality, New Zealand made polyethylene kayaks from Q-Kayaks. Choose from either Southern Endeavour double kayaks or Shearwater single kayaks. Spray decks and PFDs (lifejackets) are from Day Two. Your guide carries full safety gear including tow line, first aid kit, split paddle, PLB and phone.


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