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Samoa is a beautiful South Pacific island nation, with tropical rainforests, plunging waterfalls, pristine beaches and traditional “fale” huts. Explore Samoa’s 10 islands to discover a diverse landscape of volcanic mountains, lava fields, dense jungle, authentic villages and long, wide stretches of secluded beach. Dive in the clear waters to see the brilliant hues of tropical coral, explore eerie lava caves, clamber up sheer volcanic rock or just laze on a sun-drenched Samoan beach with a coconut in one hand and a cup of kava in the other.
Visit Upolu, Samoa’s second largest island, to find Apia, the country’s capital. This gateway to the Samoan islands features a fantastic market, known as Maketi Fou, which sells mouth-watering tropical fruits, fresh seafood and other local produce. Nearby, find the local flea market and purchase cultural souvenirs such as kava bowls, lava-lava sarongs, jewelry and woven handicrafts. Rise early with the Samoans and enjoy a midday siesta before joining locals in a game of football or kirikiti, Samoan cricket. Afterward, refresh yourself with local beer at one of Apia’s pubs and restaurants. Consider tasting some kava. This traditional Polynesian drink has a powerful sedative effect so be sure to watch how much you sip.
Explore Upolu’s east coast for scenic Lalomanu Beach or its southern coast for the palm groves and surf breaks of Salamumu Beach. Head inland to discover Lake Lanoto’o National Park, Sopoaga Water Falls and the stunning rainforests of O Le Pupu-Pue National Park, where hiking and bird-watching trails crisscross the park.
Savai’i is the third largest island in Polynesia. Trek through its forests to cascading waterfalls, Mount Matavanu and the Saleaula Lava Fields. Erupting blowholes, white sandy beaches and serene lagoons are dotted along the Savai’i coastline. Stay in a fale, a traditional Samoan hut with a domed roof and loose blinds for privacy or a luxury beachfront resort.
Reach Samoa by plane to Faleolo International Airport or Fagali’i Airport and by boat from other Polynesian islands. Local buses and taxis are common on the main islands; however, buses do not operate on a schedule. Samoa’s dry season and most of the country’s festivals occur between May and October.
First trip abroad with 7month old baby so was a bit apprehensive about the trip but it was a total success!! Nice clear rooms, accommodating staff, lovely pool and beaches. Food was a little hit and miss, think it depended on who was in the kitchen but mostly it was good!! Highly recommend for family ...
Great property. Housekeeping staff were great. Wait staff need to at least look like they want to help. Swimming pool and free snorkeling gear was good and the fish when snorkeling was amazing.
The sea is viable from the bar/dinning area and has a nice brease coming through at various times of the day
On the whole a great place to stay. Great pool area, but can get very loud. I really liked the breakfast buffet, some other reviews aren't so favorable, perhaps weird food choices but it was all tasty. Rooms were above average but not spectacular. Most of the staff were helpful and warm. Restaurant ...
Beautiful location, friendly staff, great accommodation, great relaxing resort for all type of guests and enough variety at resorts to cater for all tastes. Tours really informative and relaxed. The Maeve Band show was very entertaining and like most of the guests we really felt part of the family. ...