Highlights


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.

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.

Surf's up Samoan style!

Both Savai'i and Upolu are dotted with surf breaks and get good swells year round – northern swells from November through April, and southern swells in from May to October.

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.

Swimming with Turtles

For an animal encounter with a unique twist, head to the wetland sanctuary at Savaii’s Satoalepai village and swim with green turtles.

Simply Savai'i

Savaii is third largest Polynesian island after Tahiti and New Zealand. With a population of about 42,000, it’s also one of the few places on earth where you can truly experience the simple pleasures of life.

Upcoming Events


31 July - upolu

Samoa Swim Series

The third annual Samoa Swim Series will be held in 2014. We are again offering 3 Great Swims in 3 Days! There is also the option of the Pacific Open Water Challenge. The swims will be carefully selected to fit with schedule and tides, and a balancing act between travel to sites and your enjoyment.

16 August - upolu

Samoa Half Iron - Long Distance Triathlon

After the huge success of the inaugural event in 2013, the Samoa Half Iron will continue in 2014. Rated by some professional athletes as "the best bike course they have ever done" this is one to add to your bucket list!

28 August - upolu

UN Small Island Developing States Conference

The world has the opportunity to use the Third Conference on Small Island Developing States in Apia, to forge partnerships to address critical issues concerning sustainability in small islands, according to world leaders meeting today in the margins of the United Nations General Assembly.

28 August - savaii

Melanesian Cup

The Melanesian Cup 2014 will be held at the Aganoa Beach in the village of Faala in the big island of Savaii, where surfers from the Pacific will compete in the first week of September during the Teuila Festival and UN SIDS conference.

29 August - upolu

Ray of Hope Concert

The Concert will feature the largest line up of Pacific artists ever as curtain raiser for S.I.D.S activities and the Teuila Festival. The biggest line up of top Pacific musicians will be in Samoa at the end of August for a concert to remember. Presented by Digicel, the Ray of Hope Concert is predicted to be the biggest event of the year.

30 August - 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. 2014 marks the 24th annual Teuila Festival.

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