Highlights


Tranquil Manono

Take a step back in time. Manono Island is one of the best places to sample the simple pleasures of Samoan life, mingle with the locals and learn how they plant, fish, weave and spend their free time.

Waterfalls Aplenty

Samoa is blessed with an abundance of gorgeous waterfalls, each with their own distinctive charm.

Cycling Samoa

Biking provides a closer and more intimate view of the Samoan landscape and village life. A safe and smooth ride can be had for cyclists of all levels.

Upolu - Your Gateway

Samoa is made up of ten islands, of which Upolu is the most populated. Upolu is where you'll find the capital Apia, Faleolo International Airport and much more.

Uncrowded Diving

Fish, fish and more fish. A few turtles, the odd shark, a couple of eels and lots of coral. Both Upolu and Savai'i have fabulous dive spots, sporting around 900 fish species, including spinner dolphins, stingrays and whales.

Robert Louis Stevenson Museum

The RLS Museum showcases and preserves the memories and lifestyle that drew RLS and his family to Samoa. The collection is well maintained and professionally presented that originally were part of the Stevensons' personal belongings are finding their way back to Samoa for display.

Upcoming Events


28 November - upolu

Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission

The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) was established by the Convention for the Conservation and Management of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPF Convention) which entered into force on 19 June 2004.

14 December - upolu

Miss South Pacific Pageant 2014

The 28th Annual Miss South Pacific Pageant will take place in Apia from the 14th to the 20th of December, with the Pageant night being held on Friday 19th December . The Pageant was established in 1987 by the Government of Samoa as a regional event to recognise and promote the attributes, intelligence and talents of young Pacific Island women.

22 May - savaii

Samoa Swim Festival

Are you looking for a new event to do? With a nice relaxing holiday to boot. Then this is the event for you! Swim over coral reefs and spectacular fish in water temperatures between 23-25 degrees Celsius.

08 July - upolu

Manu Samoa vs All Blacks

The world champion All Blacks will play a historic first-ever test match against the mighty Manu Samoa, right here in the Treausred Islands of the South Pacific. Combine your holiday with what will be a great game of rugby!

05 September - upolu

Commonwealth Youth Games 2015

The 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games will be the fifth Commonwealth Youth Games which started in 2000. They will be held in Samoa. All events will take place in the capital city, Apia. The nine sports will be played at two main precincts: Apia Park Sports Complex located about 2.5kms east of central Apia; and the Tuna’imato Sports Facilities, about 5kms south-west of central Apia.

06 September - upolu

Teuila Festival

Since it was established in 1991, Samoa's Teuila Festival has grown to become one of Samoa's most celebrated annual events, and one of the South Pacific's biggest cultural festivals. 2015 marks the 25th annual Teuila Festival.

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