Experience some of the islands most spectacular and scenic wonders. Rent a car or take a guided tour.
- Surfing – catch the perfect wave
- Sea kayaking
- Outrigger Canoeing
- Hiking & Bush Walking
- Rainforest Canopy Walk-Way
- Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
- Sports Fishing
- Bird Watching
- Golf, Tennis & Spa
The neighboring big island of Savai’i is just 10 miles to the west (accessible by 20 minute scenic flight or a 45-minute ferry) A scenic treasure trove offering everything from a rich, marine life and breath-taking waterfalls, to caves, blowholes and rainforests teeming with birds and plants. You’ll find several nice boutique resorts and plenty of budget beach huts (fales) most operated by local families on traditional village land. We recommend accredited beach fales, usually in outstanding scenic locations.
- Apia: Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey’s Hotel & Bungalows, Tanoa Tusitala Hotel.
- Out of Town: Sheraton Samoa Resort & Spa, Taumeasina Island
Resort & Spa, Return to Paradise Resort
- South Coast Beaches: Sinalei Reef Resort & Coconuts Beach Club Resort
- South East Coastline: Saletoga Sands Resort, Seabreeze Resort near village of Aufaga, Aga Reef Resort & Spa,
- Le Lagoto Beach Resort, Amoa Resort & Savaii Lagoon Resort
Samoa’s climate is tropical and marked by a distinct wet and warm (November – April) and dry and cool (May-October) seasons. Temperatures are typically tropical (ranging from 24 to 32 degrees C daily) and generally uniform throughout the year with little seasonal variation due to Samoa’s near-equatorial location.
The rainfall and humidity are usually high with average annual rainfall about 3,000mm with approximately 66% of the precipitation occurring during the wet season.
- Fiji Airways once weekly from Honolulu & 3 times weekly from Nadi, Fiji.
- Air New Zealand operates daily flights from Auckland, New Zealand.
- Virgin Samoa from Sydney, Australia.
- Polynesian Airlines operates the short haul between Samoa and American Samoa.