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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
 
Suva Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Soak up the sun and the laid-back culture of the Fijian city of Suva a city built on a land of lush fertile habitats with a wonderful mix of modern and colonial architecture. On this tour learn about its history during the Second World War at the Fiji Museum wander through the Triangle and meander through the vibrant marketplaces. On this walking tour you will also see the Nabukalou Creek the Suva City Library the Government Building
From $20.00
 
Private Suva Day Tour
"Suva is the Capital City of the Fiji Islands. With a population of around 250000 the city boasts some of the major happenings in Fiji. Some of this includes the very famous Hibiscus Carnival which happens every August the Fiji Showcase which is Fiji's largest trade and event show and the Parliament House where the political issues are handled. Visiting the Fiji Museum located in the Botanical Gardens will enable you to see some of the archaeological collection dating back to almost 3700 years. Items on display range from """On this private Suva day trip you will get to visit and participate in:- Baravi Handicrafts- Parliament House- Stopover at Pacific Harbour - Government Building- Fiji Museum - President's House- Shopping in the city - Suva Flea Market"
From FJD138.00

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Tokelau telephones

"Tokelau telephones" are actually public toilets. As the sanitation system in Tokelau is pretty basic, most people use the Tokelau telephones - long drops over the water - to conduct their motions....
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Churches

As with many Pacific islands, the churches are the best maintained buildings. The churches in grey Fakaofo inject some much-needed colour to the village centre.Tokelauan society is deeply Christian...
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Visit or stay on a desert island

Sydney Island lies on the opposite side of the atoll to Nukunonu island and is tiny and uninhabited. It is owned by Mr Luciano Perez, who also owns the Luana Liki Hotel, and he can arrange for you to...
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The bright green waters of Tokelau Island

Tokelau is not named after Tokelau Island, it is just a coincidence they share the name. The word means "North" in the local language (which is very close to Samoan), and so Nukunonu atoll's...
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Nukunonu atoll boat trip

Mr Luciano Perez, the Luana Liki Hotel owner, will take you on a speedboat trip around the atoll if you pay for the petrol. You don't have to be a hotel guest. His family owns Sydney Island on the...
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Nukunonu

Nukunonu is the middle of Tokelau's three atolls, although it is the last one you will visit on the round-trip. It is the country's administrative capital and where you can find the government...
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Swimming and snorkelling

Tokelau's waters are warm, brilliant blue and completely clean. There is no industry, a very low population and next-to no motorised boating. Swimming and snorkelling in any of the three lagoons is...
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The fishing pigs

Fakaofo is so crowded that there is no room for the pigs, which are kept for ceremonial feasts. The pigs have been forced out of the village and live on the reef and shoreline, where they have learned...
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Pig city

Unlike in Fakaofo's cramped conditions, the pigs in Atafu are well taken care of. The island is comparatively very big and a huge 'pig city' has been created, with pens stretching as far as the eye...
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Atafu

Atafu is the northernmost of Tokelau's three atolls, although it is the one you will visit second on the MV Tokelau's round-trip, heading north from Samoa.As with Fakaofo, there is no accommodation...
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Fakaofo

This is the first of Tokelau's three atolls and it's historical "capital". The ship will arrive here about a day and a half after leaving Samoa. Unless you have pre-arranged accommodation with a host...
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Go to the Church on Sunday

In each atoll there is a catholic church and another protestant. Sundays are colorful, everybody goes to the Mass service.
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Pig city 2

Nukunonu also has a 'pig city', as described in the Atafu section, although nowhere near as big. Still, worth a look around and making friends with the amiable creatures.
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Fishing charter

Mr Luciano Perez, owner of the Luana Liki Hotel in Nukunonu, has a fishing boat which you can charter. Ask at the hotel for prices and details.
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