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Apia Markets

Exotic tropical fruits and vegetables, intricate hand crafted wood carvings, lavalavas (sarongs) printed in every colour under the sun and some of the freshest fish in the world
 

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.
 

Lalomanu Beach

Lalomanu Beach on the southeastern tip of Upolu is one of Samoa’s most pristine beaches – it has “come and unwind in paradise” written all over it.
 

Game for some Fishing?

Passionate anglers will find plenty to rock their boat in this part of the world. There’s heaps of fish available all year round, including black and blue marlin, yellowfin tuna, wahoo, giant trevally and masimasi.
 

Waterfalls Aplenty

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

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.
 

Exploring the Rainforests

The combination of tropical climate and fertile soil make Samoa the perfect breeding ground for rainforests and other lush landscapes.
 

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.
 

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.
 

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.