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Half-Day South Coast Savaii Island Tour
"Your tour begins when you are collected off the ferry arriving at 9:15am at the Salelologa wharf terminal. It starts off with a brief visit to the very colourful Salelologa market and then heads off down the south coast. This drive will take you through several small coastal villages and lush rainforest area. Stops are made at various natural attractions such as the fresh water springs and Taga sea arches as well as areas of historical significance. The highlight of this tour is the arrival at the Taga blowholes which are spectacular in sight and force. Natural tubes in lava rock meeting the ocean allow for ocean swells to shoo is an age old traditional art Samoans have used since the beginning of time to decorate and clothe. Siapo is a type of paper made from pounded bark. A Siapo making demonstration is a delightful experience where you will be taken to the fale (house) of so from collecting the raw products from the environment surrounding them to the final piece of fine artwork. Heading back into Salelologa stops are made at the fresh water springs and eventually our beautiful Afu Aáu falls where a rock pool at the base of a waterfall allows for a swimming break. Lunch will be provided culture and heritage on what you see
From NZD78.00
 
Yasawa and Mamanuca Islands Hop-On Hop-Off Pass
"Explore any or all of Fiji’s stunning Yasawa Islands and Mamanuca Islands at your leisure with a pass that lets you hop from island to island. The pass valid from five to 21 days and activated on the first day of travel is the ideal way to see the incredible 20 islands that make up the Yasawas from coral atolls to beautiful volcanic outcrops each with its own unique charm. The pass also includes access to the Mamanucas: South Sea Island Bounty Island
From FJD410.00
 
Castaway Island Day Cruise
"Castaway Island is one of the most beautiful resort islands in Fiji. This is your chance to spend a day on this idyllic tropical island. As your luxurious high-speed catamaran cruises from Denarau Marina to Castaway Island you'll be treated to stunning v you're free to laze the day away on Castaway Island's palm-fringed beaches go snorkleing in the crystal clear waters or enjoy one of the many non-motorized waters sports available including kayaking and windsurfing. While you are on Castaway Island you'll enjoy a fabulous lunch in the beach-side restaurant. Relax take in the view and dine at your leisure. If you are traveling with your children why not treat the kids to a day in the Castaway Island 'Kids Club'. (additional cost of FJ$30 per child aged 3 to 12 years payable direct). They will enjoy a mixture of games and fun activities with a definite Fijian flavor
From FJD240.00

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O Le Pupu-Pue National Park

The combination of tropical climate and fertile soil make Samoa the perfect breeding ground for rainforests and other lush landscapes such as mangrove swamps and marshes. These ecosystems are all...
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Visit the Sopo'aga Falls.

The Sopo'aga falls were my first stop on a little half-day trip I did while staying at Lalomanu. The falls are well sign-posted if you're heading south on the main South Coast Road, but if you're...
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Swim in the To Sua Ocean Trench.

The word 'trench' doesn't really describe this geographic feature that well. I'm guessing that this feature is a collapsed sea cave. Basically it's a big hole in the ground (up a cliff on the south...
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Enjoy the ambience of this South Pacific icon.

Aggie Grey's Hotel in Apia is part of South Pacific history. I guess it could be likened to Raffles of Singapore, with many stories linked to its past. Today, you can opt to stay here or just call in...
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Go to church on Sunday morning.

In all my trips to the Pacific, I had never gone to a church on a Sunday morning to hear the sublime singing it seems every Pacific Islander is blessed with. While staying at Lalomanu, on U'polu, I...
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Piula Cave Pool.

On the Main East Coast Road, you'll find the Piula Cave Pool, a natural pool of sea water with an adjacent picnic area, changing block and toilets and showers. Reached through the grounds of a...
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Visit Robert Louis Stevenson's House.

The Robert Louis Stevenson Museum at Vailima, in the hills above Apia, is a well-preserved and presented piece of literary history and Samoan heritage. The great 19th century author of the well known...
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Stop at the Papapapai-tai falls.

About half way along The Cross Island Road between Apia and the south coast is the Papapapai-tai falls. The pull-in is clearly signposted and the viewing area is in the carpark. You need a good...
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Church spotting on U'polu.

There are some photogenic churches around U'polu. On the road from the airport to Apia are some of the grandest churches (none of which I got photos of sadly). Here some pictures from villages in the...
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Exploring the south coast of U'polu.

Having a hire car is great in Samoa. I did a little bit of exploring along the south coast of U'polu on two separate occasions. On the first trip I turned right at the end of The Cross Island Road and...
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Blob out at Lalomanu.

Lalomanu beach has to be the best beach on the south coast of U'polu Island in Samoa. There's three beach fale places to stay (see my accommodation pages for more about the best one of the three) and...
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Take a heritage walk in Apia.

I really enjoyed my few days in Apia. Unless it's a public holiday (when the only thing missing from the picture of deserted streets is tumbleweed), this small city is Samoa's bustling capital of...
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Road Trip

So, avoid to stay in resorts or in Apia. Rent a car and use every single road in Upolu. As you live Apia, take the southern road and we'll have a real scenic road. You can not get lost because it's...
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Return to Paradise Beach

It is simply amazing. As everywhere in Samoa, it is, nothing to do. Just swim, read in one of the most exotic places on earth. You won't find too many people on this beach, as it is not easily...
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