A tropical paradise close to Australia with its white sandy beaches and turquoise waters. There are 2 main islands: Upolu and Savaii. Upolu is great for diving, surfing and trekking. Walk the National Parks brimming with wildlife and waterfalls. Other highlights include the colourful Maketi Fou food market and swim with turtles on Namua Islands.
Visit Savaii and take a trip to Afu Aau falls where the brave can try cliff diving or for the less intrepid swim in Mu Pagoa falls. See the impressive Taga blowholes and the flying coconuts!
Tailor made holidays are available for you and a visit to Samoa is perfect for adding on to travels to Australia and New Zealand.
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Stay in Apia, Samoa’s capital and visit Villa Vailima, Robert Louis Stevenson’s former home before heading to the south coast of Upolu for a few days. Stay on Savaii island and explore the lava fields, Mount Matavanu crater, Alofaaga blowholes or simply relax on the secluded beaches.
10 days from £2095pp excludes international flights from the UK.
Begin in Upolu the most populated island, explore markets, relax on the stunning beaches or head inland into the rainforest and swim in a waterfall’s freshwater pool. Take the ferry over to Savaii for a few days before taking your onward flight – whether this be to return home or to continue your holiday in perhaps Australia or New Zealand.
Prices from £935pp for 7 days staying in 3* accommodation – tour only
Suggested itinerary for a tailor-made trip. Relax in the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands before heading to Samoa to explore the waterfalls and cultural sites.
18 days from £4070pp including international flights from the UK.
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