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Fantastic Fishing now available at Saletoga

March 9, 2018 Resort News No Comments Email Email

You can now add fishing to the incredible array of tours and activities available at Saletoga Sands Resorts in Samoa. The fishing vessel is owned by Saletoga hence flexible to fit around tides, weather and guest requests.

Pricing is:
Half-day for $1200 WST ($600NZD)
Full-day for $2200 WST ($1100NZD)

Charter is for up to 4 people. Each additional hour is $300 WST ($165NZD).

Get ready to land the big ones as you cruise around the beautiful blue waters of Samoa. Common catches are Marlin, Tuna, Mahi-Mahi and Barracuda. The excellent fishing guides and captains know exactly where the biggest and tastiest fish like to hang out, all you have to do is cast your line and reel them in!

A resort guest who recently went out on a charter said about the experience, “My husband has always been a die-hard fisherman, and it was great fun going out on this new vessel reeling in giant tuna all day! At dinner that night, the chef’s did an amazing job, the fish was delicious and incredibly fresh. Thanks Saletoga Sands Resort for the amazing experience!”

Saletoga Sands Resort & Spa combines luxury and comfort with the natural splendour of the beautiful island of Upolu, Samoa. A white, sandy beach and breath-taking, tranquil blue waters provide the perfect setting for this stunning boutique retreat surrounded by exotic tropical flowers and lush greenery. Nestled within a secluded sheltered bay just over one hour’s drive from Faleolo International Airport on the South East Coast of Upolu, guests can relax and rejuvenate in the beauty of Saletoga Sands Resort & Spa or explore some of Samoa’s best attractions, located nearby.

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