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Alofaaga Blowholes

These impressive blowholes in the village of Taga on south-west Savaii are wave power in its purest form, as they propel a roaring jet of water hundreds of feet up into the air. They are particularly worth watching when locals throw coconuts into the holes and these are blasted into the air as well.

Another site of interest here at the blowholes is Pa Sopo’ia Cave. It is believed that this cave is an ancient pathway where the ancestors spirits travel to reach the Devil’s Haden at Cape Mulinu’u, the final meeting place before they enter the Spirit World known to Samoans as Pulotu. Ask the local Matais to show you the way.


Getting There:Entrance to the Alofaaga Blowholes is via the village of Taga. It's about ten minutes drive from the main road on the southern coast of Savaii
Hours:Monday – Saturday

Prices:$5 per person village entrance. A parking fee is also charged when using private car park and fale on site