Samoa’s To Sua Ocean Trench is a must-see and has become very “Instagram worthy”. Accessed via a long ladder (or from a daring jump off the ladder), the turquoise waterhole/lava tube cave offers an out-of-this-world swimming experience. Located in the village of Lotofaga, Fuipisia Falls is a spectacular 55m high jungle waterfall. Experience Papaseea Sliding Rocks (natural water slides) and lose yourself in the tropical Falealupo Rainforest Reserve.
Indeed, it’s time to add Beautiful Samoa to that bucket list and visit these small islands with a big heart!
For those seeking to add to their travel bucket list, Beautiful Samoa is an idyllic destination with the power to completely mesmerize and just perfect for the curious traveller.
Situated in the heart of the South Pacific between New Zealand and Hawaii, Samoa is known as the Treasured Islands of the South Pacific – the true heart of Polynesia. From its natural beauty, turquoise blue water, clear skies and pristine white beaches, here are five reasons why Beautiful Samoa is bucket list worthy.
Postcard Perfect Beaches: Voted one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world, Lalomanu Beach is the perfect spot to soak up the sun or watch the starry skies with its breath-taking views of the Paci c Ocean and the scenic mountains of Upolu. Visitors can opt for a traditional beach front accommodation and spend the night in one of Samoa’s beach fales. An overnight stay in these local huts offers a unique experience to fall asleep under the stars and share the life of the local villagers.
Outstanding Natural Beauty: Besides unbelievably idyllic beaches, the “Taga Blowholes” are another must-see. When sea water is pushed through the cavernous lavas stone, fountains as high as 60 meters can be witnessed. Lava formations made by nature are impressive, even without water fountains shooting into the skies. Of course, divers will nd more than enough possibilities to explore Samoa underwater. Reef breaks around the islands are guaranteed to offer fun and exhilarating surfing.
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