To-Sua literally means 'giant swimming hole', 30 metres deep and accessible via a long ladder where a long platform sits for easy acess in the pool.
Inside is a cave that leads to the open sea and is recommended for skilled divers. It is surrounded by beautiful native gardens and a spectacular view ideal for weddings, photoshoots and more.
Overlooking the ocean is a small beach known as Fagaoneone meaning white sand, while opposite you can find a lava field with blowholes, mini pools and good fishing spots. If you're visiting during mid September to November you may even be lucky enough to see a few whales coasting by.
This is an absolute must-see place to visit while on holiday in Samoa.
As is a common in Samoa, many of the natural attractions are run by local families and/or villages and so there is a fee upon entrance.
There are many close-by accommodation options including fales (single/double), toilets and showers and a small shop for chips and drinks.
Adults: ST$20 Children 6-11 years: ST$10 Children under 6: Free
Mon-Sat 8.30am-5pm; Sun 12.30pm-5pm