Why Kayak Samoa?

Warms seas, wildlife, culture and beaches

With open ocean water temperatures about 28°C all year, but no nasties like box jellyfish, Samoa is something of a kayakers paradise.  

A network of small islands close to the coast are easily reached. The smaller islands teem with life from frigate birds to shearwaters and flying foxes while the surrounding water has numerous large turtles, pods of dolphins and the odd passing whale.

There are many remote and stunning white sand beaches on the edges of clear lagoons with safe swimming and snorkelling amongst the coral.

On Manono Island and in other remoter villages, life is remarkably traditional and things have changed little in the last 100 years.  Help prepare an umu, observe basket making as it is done every day and try your hand at siapo (tapa cloth making).

Whether your ideal holiday is a lazy paddle between beautiful swimming beaches or challenging open ocean kayaking, Samoa has it all.