10 January, 2013

The last wild corners on Earth


By Tamara Hinson, contributor, MSN Travel

O le Pupu Pu’e is Samoa's only national park and was created in 1978. The park's northern section boasts two volcanic peaks - Mount Le Pu'e and Mount Fito - while the southern section's O Le Pupu Lava Coast is equally spectacular.

Must-sees include the beautiful Ofa Waterfall, although getting there involves a three-day hike along overgrown trails. The Pe'ape'a Cave is considerably closer - just a six-hour walk - and is famous for its huge lava tubes.

Source: MSN UK