Sights and Activities in Samoa
Samoa, with its wealth of natural and cultural attractions, has earned the title ‘The Cradle of Polynesia'. Check out the ancient star mounds, take a hike in a rainforest, view pretty waterfalls, stay in a traditional village, watch a spectacular fire knife dance, and discover the world’s foremost Polynesian culture.
Whether you’re looking for a quiet spot to enjoy a romantic candle-lit dinner, looking to experience a meal which includes a traditional Samoan fiafia (music & dance performance), or just wanting to find somewhere to dance the night away, you'll find some great after-dark entertainment options.
On The Water
Samoa offers water sports of all kinds, including jet skiing on a lagoon, jumping off waterfalls, and snorkelling and diving among stunning marine life. Fishing charters usually guarantee a good haul of fish and even swimming in the tropical waters is a delight.
On The Land
There’s plenty to do ashore in Samoa. Try hiking through mountain rainforests to a pretty waterfall, look over the tropical rainforest from the Falealupo canopy walkway, visit the grave of Robert Louis Stevenson and the excellent museum devoted to his life, and shop for traditional handicrafts.