Come and play in the Pacific's nature adventure park
Here's a list of just a few...
The museum has a spectacular collection of cultural and historical artifacts and other sources of information relating to the customs and cultures of Samoa and ..
Discover Samoa's age-old culture and traditions in a fun and interactive way at the Samoa Cultural Village on Beach Road in the heart of Apia.
Le Mafa Pass Scenic Drive and Lookout is a beautiful scenic inland drive through a wide valley lined with steep jagged mountain ridges.
Fuipisia Falls is a spectacular 55m high jungle waterfall.
The powerful Sopoaga Falls are found at Lotofaga village.
Swimming holes separate these cascading waterfalls, surrounded by lush tropical gardens.
A vantage point just off the Cross Island Road offers a spectacular view of the Papapapaitai (Tiavi) Falls.
The picturesque beach was made famous by the 1952 movie classic Return To Paradise, starring Gary Cooper.
Serene Manono Island is a 20-minute boat ride from mainland Upolu at Manono-uta Village.
This spectacular waterfall in south-eastern Savai'i plunges from the rainforest deep into a freshwater swimming pool.
These impressive blowholes on Savai'i Island are wave power in its purest form.
Cape Mulinuu is located at Samoa's most western point.
Rising to a height of 1,858 metres, surrounded by rainforest and often covered in cloud, Mt Silisili marks the highest point in the Samoan archipelago.
Piula Cave Pool is a beautiful crystal clear freshwater spring pool and cave that originated from an old lava tube.
According to historic belief, this is where the giant Moso put his right foot as he stepped across the Pacific Ocean to other islands.
Aganoa Black Sand Beach is a deep water sandy crescent-shaped beach offering safe swimming, snorkeling and picnicking. Bring your own equipment for kayaking, st ..
A vast open river flow stretches from underneath the Puleia bridge towards the sea.
One of only eight in the world, the Bahá'í House of Worship is a place of prayer and meditation open to peoples of all backgrounds.
A cliff-top vantage point, offers a birds eye view of the foaming waters surging into this small cove, which is steeped in legend.
Panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and into the crater are breathtaking.
Mataolealelo Pool is one of the most significant historical sites in the island of Savaii, at the village of Matavai Safune.
A marine biodiversity area with a diverse array of coral and fish species, Palolo Deep Marine Reserve is a 5 minute walk from central Apia.
On the Main South Coast Road, Upolu, you will find the iconic To-Sua Ocean Trench.
Papase’ea Sliding Rocks are situated in Se’ese’e in the Faleata district approximately 15 minutes' drive from Apia.
The majestic and magnificent Robert Louis Stevenson Museum - the place where this famous Scottish poet and author fell in love.
The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum and the Vailima National Reserve are about 5km from Apia.
The flea market is the place to pick up all those unique Samoan handicrafts, both traditional and locally made.
This lava tube cave, named after the swallows that inhabit it, is easily accessible from the road and runs more than a kilometer towards the coast.
This fascinating cave is over a kilometre long and can take a whole day to explore. A guide is recommended.
Saleaula Lava Field is one of the most popular sites with visitors.
Vavau Beach is a pretty white beach with small islands on the south coast of Upolu.
Lalomanu Beach is a picturesque white sand beach.
Tafua Crater is located within the Tafua Peninsula Reserve, Savai'i Island, not far from Salelologa.
This legendary house is found along the north-western coast of Savai'i.
Lalotalie Waterfall Hike (Falease'ela River Walk - Liua le Vai o Sina River). For a unique blend of outdoor adventure and cultural activities visit Lalotalie ..
Namu’a Island is one of four small picturesque islands situated off the south-eastern tip of Upolu.
Matareva Beach is a picturesque and popular white sand beach on Upolu Island.
Saleapaga Beach is located on the south east coast of Upolu Island, Samoa.
Sauniatu Waterfall and Scenic Drive is a 7km drive inland from the Main East Coast Road and turn off at Saoluafata Village.
Falefa Falls is a short walk through a lovely garden to the river’s edge offering views of the cascading Falefa waterfall.
The Pe'ape'a Cave is located deep within the O le Pupu Pu’e National Park
Part of the National Park is a spectacular clifftop coastal walk among the pandanus trees, which will bring you to an open lava field. A great place for spottin ..
A 15 minute walk through the lush Samoan Rainforest will bring you to an amazing tree with wall like root structures that fan out from the main trunk.
O le Pupu Pue National Park was Samoa’s first National Park, established in 1978 and was also the first declared in the South Pacific.
The amazing Giant Clam Sanctuary is located within a village marine protected area on Upolu's South Coast.
A beautiful volcanic crater lake positioned in Upolu’s highlands.
Samoa Culture Centre represents the authenticity of our Samoan Culture through our cultural activities, entertainment and informal education.
This peak on Upolu is accessed via a 1.5km trail, climbing 150m up from the road.
This highly popular walking trail in Apia takes you to Robert Louis Stevenson's Tomb and offers beautiful views of Samoa's capital city.
At the top of beautiful Manono Island is an ancient 12-pointed star mound.
The Grave of 99 Stones sits prominently at Lepuia’i Village on Manono Island.