Samoa Tours & Activities

Samoa in the South Pacific, like many of the Polynesian Islands is full of stunning waterfalls, craggy volcanic mountains, deep coral reefs and fascinating culture in hidden villages. Unlike the other islands, Samoa is relatively untouched by tourism.

Samoa has a number of small tour operators, most of who are aligned with the major Samoa hotels. These tour operators can guide your travel in Samoa by taking you to the best attractions, such as adventure, diving Samoa’s reefs or deep sea game fishing.

Samoa is well served by agencies providing car rental. Samoa car hire is a popular way to visit the attractions scattered across a map of Samoa.

The capital city of Samoa is Apia, which is also the starting point of many tours. Apia, Samoa is home to the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum and grave, as well as being near some of the best waterfalls on Upolu Island, including the Papase'ea Sliding Rocks –a natural rock waterslide down a waterfall and popular relief from the warm Samoa weather, just 6km from Apia, Western Samoa.

Savaii Island is less populated than Upolu, with mountains, waterfalls and untouched villages the main sites on your tour. Visit the Salelologa Market, where many of the villagers sell their fruit and crops.

If hiking in Samoa, you will want to take in the Le Pupu-Pue National Park and its walks through the jungles to Mt Fito and Mt Lepu-e on Upolu and in Savaii, walks to visit the famous lava caves and Samoa lava tube blowholes at Alofaaga Blowholes or through the Falealupo Rainforest Reserve.