Samoa is a group of 9 islands, often called ‘The Cradle of Polynesia'. Upolu is the most populated island, with the capital Apia located on the north coast and Faleolo International Airport to the west. The island has good roads reaching beautiful beaches, freshwater cave pools, spectacular waterfalls and beautiful tropical plantations.
Connected by ferry or plane, Savaii is the largest island but less populated and developed. With more than 200 volcanic craters, crater forests, gorges, blowholes and waterfalls and a rugged mountainous interior, it is an adventurer's dream.
- Robert Louis Stevenson Museum
- Visit the sacred burial grounds at Mulinu'u and the Papase'ea Sliding Rocks
- Take a trip to Apia with its busy markets and nearby sights
- Enjoy Savaii Island with its flying foxes, waterfalls, blowholes and lava fields