On one day, a total of one thousand and thirty (1030) tourists will be entering Samoa at the
The MS Amsterdam Cruise Ship Voyage 246, arrives at
The holiday makers aboard the MS Amsterdam come from all over the world with North Americans making up more than half the passenger list. Canadians are the second biggest group of travelers onboard, with significant numbers of people from
Samoa is one of the highlighted destinations of the Amsterdam’s ‘65 Day Asia and Australia Grand Voyage,’ which originated in the United States of America, at Seattle, Washington and will wind up back in USA at a port in San Diego, California. The sea tour takes its guests through the Asian region to
The Samoa Tourism Authority (STA) and some of the local tourism industry providers are taking advantage of the infrequent opportunity to market
STA has arranged entertainment for the coming tourists to give them a glimpse of the culture. In combination with this, art and handicraft stalls will also be set up at the wharf making our products more accessible to keen buyers. As part of its usual tourism services, a STA information booth at the wharf will also be open throughout the day to respond to any travelers’ queries.
The MS Amsterdam is scheduled to set sail from