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Piula Cave Pool
The pool at Piula is very unusual. It is located on a rocky beach, seperated from the sea by about two meters of beach. This is pool a fresh water pool which stretches back into a cave that goes some ... More
Palolo Deep Marine Reserve
Palolo Deep Marine Reserve: An excellent snorkelling, diving and swimming spot. The reserve is just around the corner from the wharf towards Vaiala Beach. Open from 8am to 6pm with a small entry fee. ... More
Robert Louis Stevenson Museum
A guide is available to take you through the mansion, which features many of Stevenson's original belongings, including part of his library, mementos from his travels in the Pacific, and pieces of his... More
Papase'ea Sliding Rocks
Papase'ea Sliding Rocks: A must see attraction within 6km of central Apia (take a bus or a taxi). An entry fee is required. There is a 5m rock slide down a waterfall into a deep, freshwater pool. More
Alofaaga Blowholes (Savai'i)
Alofaaga Blowholes: The entrance to the blowholes is at the village of Taga. A coastal track can be followed west for several hours to the ancient village of Fagaloa. More
Salelologa Market
Salelologa Market: This market is near the wharf in Savaii. Its the food Market. On this market you can buy fresh coconuts, herbs, coconut oil ,vegetables and souvenirs. The fish market near the warf ... More
Canopy Walk Way (Savaii)
Falealupo Rain Forest Reserve is an area of outstanding natural beauty on the remote west tip of Savai'i. The Reserve offers a unique rainforest canopy walk with spectacular views over the tropical ra... More
Lava Fields (Savaii)
Between 1905 and 1911, the eruptions of Mount Matavanu buried much fertile land, and today there are more than 200 volcanic craters and crater forests. Visitors can see stretches of black rocky coastl... More
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