Talofa lava—welcome to Samoa! Think of picture-perfect, long sandy white beaches framed by a lapping marine-blue ocean, lush rainforests with cascading waterfalls, vibrant flora and fauna, and under the ocean, the most amazing colourful gardens you could imagine: this is Samoa, the last unspoilt paradise in the world.
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Samoa is a holiday destination suited for couples and families within all budget ranges, and is indeed ‘The Treasured Island of the South Pacific.’ Open arms and laughter are the first things you will notice about the Samoan way of life, and when you´ll arrive, you´ll be greeted by a wide grin and the welcoming word ‘Talofa.’ You will then notice the endless blue skies, crystal clear waters, and the uncrowded beaches – this is why Samoa is known as a modern-day paradise.
In Samoa, life moves at a slower pace, and the Samoan way is one of generosity and kindness. Sundays are sacred here, and the Samoans generally attend a church service. Listen as their melodious singing echoes from the churches across the land. Furthermore, every visitor should experience a Fiafia, which in Samoan means celebration. This traditional form of entertainment incorporates song, dance and spectacular fire dancers twirling batons of fire on strings around their bodies, while traditional foods are served in a feast style.
Do & See
Each of the islands offer a totally different experience – from dense rainforests to soaring cliffs and tranquil lagoons. The fishing is excellent, snorkelling and diving superb, hiking amazing and, for those that simply want to lie and do nothing, there’s deserted beaches and peaceful lodgings to let time pass you by. Samoa is also blessed with an abundance of beautiful waterfalls. On the island of Upolu you will find some of the most spectacular near the southern coast.
Famous for being the setting of the 2004 Gary Cooper film "Return to Paradise", Lefaga Beach is a lovely beach where to relax and sunbath. For those who likes to snorkel, this is a great place to search for giant clams in the crystal clear water or why not take a kayak and explore the shoreline?
There is a nearby resort providing toilets, showers, a restaurant and other conveniences.
Adresse: Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Auala Green Turtle Conservation
Swim with Green Turtles at Auala Green Turtle Conservation managed by the Auala women’s committee, where guides can show you these ancient mariners before they are released back into the wild and at the wetlands sanctuary at Savaii’s Satoalepai village. The Satoalepai Wetlands is the ideal place to bring your family – the kids will love feeding these gentle giants and swimming among them is a memorable experience!
Adresse: Satoalepai village, Savaii, Samoa
To Sua Ocean Trench
A must-do adventure for all the tourists in Samoa is the To Sua Ocean Trench: climb down the steep ladder leading to a natural pool of crystal clear, serene waters, and enjoy the unique experience of swimming in a grotto!
Adresse: Lotofaga, Upolu, Samoa
Due to the tropical climate and fertile soils, the rainforests of Samoa are a lush and vibrant paradise. Native wildlife such as seabirds, skinks, flying foxes, geckos, as well as a plethora of unique flora call the forests home.
Le Pupu-Pue National Park on Upolu is one of the best with extensive walking tracks and a listed 42 bird species. Tafua Peninsula Rainforest Reserve, in the southeast, is another bird watchers haven where you may see the rare Samoan tooth-billed pigeon. In the Falealupo Rainforest Reserve, take the treetop canopy walkway built about 40 metres above the ground among giant Banyan trees!
Adresse: Le Pupu-Pue National Park, Upolu, Samoa
Beautiful beaches are one of Samoa´s fine points and Lalomanu Beach are one of them. The picturesque white sand and the blue-green transparent water are like straight off a postcard and the tranquil vibe just makes it a great place to relax and recharge your energy.
Adresse: Lalomanu, Upolu, Samoa
Robert Louis Stevenson Museum
Villa Vailima mansion was built in 1890 by the famous Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson and was his home for the last five years of his life. Even though he only lived in Samoa for a few years, he did write quite a number of novels during that time. The Samoan people loved him and he was given the name Tusitala, which means “teller of tales”.
A half hour tour explores Villa Vailima and, inside the museum, you´ll discover a myriad of artefacts, while outside carefully manicured lawns give an air of elegance. Stevenson and his wife Fanny Osborne are buried next door in the Mt Valea Scenic Reserve.
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - noon
At Alofaaga Blowholes, witness jets of water forced hundreds of feet in the air. These impressive blowholes are found near the village of Taga, on southwest Savaii, so come here to have a look and if you are lucky you also notice some locals throwing coconuts into the holes, which then are blasted back into the air!
Adresse: Taga village, Savaii, Samoa
Samoa Cultural Village
To get an insight into the customs and traditions of the indigenous population, save some time to visit the Samoa Cultural Village where ceremonies, rituals, songs, dances and workshops will be performed! Plus, participation is free (although it is polite to offer a small "thank you" donation).
Adresse: Beach Rd, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 63521
Swimming and snorkelling
Under the waters surrounding the islands of Samoa, beautiful coral gardens are teeming with an astonishing 900 species of fishes and 200 varieties of corals. The coast from Lalomanu to Lotofaga has plenty of swimming and snorkelling beaches, but a fee may be required to be paid to swim at many of them.
Samoa Adventure organise snorkelling trips and much more:
At the Togitogiga Waterfalls, in the village of Salailua, enjoy a swim in one of the delightful swimming holes – there is no entry fee here and toilets and changing rooms are always available.
Adresse: Togitogiga Waterfalls, Salailua, Samoa
If you are feeling more energetic, take the hike to the top of the 55m high Fuipisia falls. You will find this spectacular jungle waterfall off the pass road in the village of Lotofaga. This is also a great place for bird watching.
Adresse: Fuipisia falls, Samoa
Billetter: An entry fee applies
Another powerful waterfall is the Sopoaga Falls where you will find a lovely garden and picnic area. The garden is full of native plants and trees making it a beautiful place. Make sure not to miss the coconut-husking demonstration and taste the lovely fruit before leaving.
Adresse: Sopoaga Falls, Upolu, Samoa
Mu Pagoa Falls
The Mu Pagoa Falls, mark the point where Samoa’s largest river tumbles into the sea. This is for sure an excellent place to take pictures and where you can experience local villagers as they are engage in using this natural resource in their daily life activities.
Adresse: Mu Pagoa Falls, Palauli, Samoa
Upolu is the main and most populated of the islands in Samoa. The nation’s capital Apia is located here, the perfect place to familiarize yourself with the island life, pick some souvenirs and get to know the cultural heritage and history.
Adresse: Upolu, Samoa
Savaii is actually a little bigger than Upolu and offers their visitors a true insight into the traditional Samoan way of life. It is also here the nation’s highest peak, Mt Silisili rises 1866 metres and at Cape Mulinuu you can stand at the last place on earth and view the final sunset of every day.
Adresse: Savaii, Samoa
Piula Cave Pool
A beautiful spot to explore, Piula Cave Pool is a crystal clear freshwater spring pool and cave that was originally formed by a lava tube. There are lot of small-middle sized fish to swim with in the pool and the amazing setting with the beach view just enhances the experience.
A good advice is to bring your own food with you since there are no restaurant nearby.
Adresse: The Main east coast road, Piula, Upolu, Samoa
Billetter: There is a entrance fee
Tafa Tafa Beach
Another beautiful scenic beach with white sandy beach and clear blue water, Tafa Tafa Beach is the ideal place for a day trip where to sunbath, swim and snorkel. After the tide goes out, search for the gorgeous shells and natural souvenirs to bring back home.
There are organised trips to this beach with companies such as: Samoa Scenic
Adresse: Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 26981
Admire the powerful Papapapai-Tai Falls plunging 100 metres from the lookout. This is one of the longest waterfalls in Samoa and is truly a beautiful sight even though visitor can´t actually reach the waterfall close-up.
Adresse: Cross Island Rd, Samoa
On Savaii, Pulemelei Pyramid is a historical site located on Letolo Plantation and, at 12 metres tall, it’s the largest ancient structure in Polynesia. This massive man-made mound measures a whopping 61x50 metres. The mystery of how and why it was built still remains unsolved. It’s marked on some maps as Tia Seu Ancient Mound.
Located in the center of the capital city, Apia, you will find this beautiful church with stained glass and art on the walls. The architectural beauty and the decor blends Samoan culture and Catholicism and it is truly a place where to admire icons, paintings, marble floors and carvings.
Adresse: Main Beach Road, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 20869
Food plays an important role in the Samoan culture, with many festivities based on huge feasts. Traditional foods include Taro, pork, chicken, breadfruit and fresh fruit. The traditional way of cooking is in an earth oven called Uma, where the food is wrapped in banana leaves. No oils are used in this method of cooking, making it extremely healthy as well as flavoursome.
Delicacies on the Samoan menu include palusami (young Taro leaves baked in coconut cream) and oka, (raw fish in coconut cream), both are must-try dishes on any holiday to Samoa.
The ocean provides bountiful feasts of crayfish, snapper, masimasi, octopus, and tuna to name just a few, but along with traditional dishes, there is a wide range of Western cuisines available, too.
Dine on some of the freshest seafood you could find on these islands at Le Lagoto Resort, situated in the village of Fagamalo in Savaii. The restaurant is open seven days a week from 7:30 am to 10:00 pm and it´s unmissable especially on Thursday night because of theirs themed buffet and the traditional fiafia show!
The South Pacific Restaurant at Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey's Resort is renowned for its tantalising seafood cuisine combined with local produce. Besides a great dining experience, you can also enjoy their stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. This terrific resort is to be found near the village of Mulifanua.
Giordano’s Pizzeria, in Apia, is a popular meeting place for locals who happily mingle with the tourists while dining: this place in fact is often full of tourists who, for one night, feel like indulge in some pizza and in a western-tasting meal!
Apia's colourful Maketi Fou (food market) on Fugalei Street, behind the Flea Market, is open daily and gives you the opportunity to sample the delicious traditional Samoan cuisine. Moreover, it's a great venue to get to know locals, chat with them while trying the countless delicacies you'll find here.
Adresse: Fugalei Street, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
At the Salelologa Market, you can taste traditional-style dishes from the stalls located on the first floor, while on the second one you will find beautiful handicrafts and clothing. To get to the Salelologa area, you must take a boat ride from the Salelologa wharf, which is an enjoyable experience itself!
Adresse: Salelologa, Savaii, Samoa
This restaurant's consistently high rankings and popularity among visitors and locals alike mean that a wonderful dining experience is guaranteed. Be seated overlooking the Apia harbour and take in the views, while you dine Italian food with Samoan twist!
Adresse: Main Beach Rd, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 21819
Åpningstider: Monday - Saturday 9:30 am - 23:30 pm
The restaurant serves superb seafood, including sashimi and ota, a locally Samoan take on sushi (raw fish cubes pre-marinated in coconut milk and served with vegetables on top). Furthermore, there are several vegetarian options available, as well as dishes that children will love.
This restaurant called "Scalinis" - small steps in Italian - enjoys a spotless reputation in Samoa - and rightfully so, since the food served surpasses all expectations! Founded in 1999, here you´ll find dishes prepared in a perfect Italian style.
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm and from 5:30 pm on, Saturday from 5:30 pm on
Kokobanana Bar & Grill
Generous portions of perfectly prepared food, such as lobster or the unmissable steak, to be eaten with the heavenly sauce with onions! If you are not that much into meat, just ask the helpful staff that will surely advice you with other mouth-watering dishes!
Adresse: Cross Island Road, Papaloloa, Apia, Samoa
Located in the centre on the busy intersection along the Main Beach Road, Bistro Tatau is a great choose for fresh and innovative food with a touch of European, Mediterranean and Australasian cuisines while keeping the essence of the South Pacific. As with the food, the decor is modern and eclectic which creates a causal and sophisticated ambiance.
If you are craving for a juicy American style burgers with a Samoan twist, then Izzy's is a great place to head for. The food is prepared with fresh ingredients to get that perfect taste and you will for sure not get disappointed. If burger is to heavy for you, they have mouth-watering salads and grilled fish on flatbread on the menu.
Adresse: Meredith House, Savalalo, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 34047
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 4 pm, Saturday: 7:30 am - 2 pm
Tifaimoana Indian Restaurant
In the centre of Apia, you will find this exotic treasury where to relish creamy, dry, sweet or spicy Indian food. The menu offers a huge range of Indian food from different regions both meat and vegetarian dishes, all served by the friendly staff.
Adresse: Fugalei St, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 29604
The lines between the Western understanding of a "cafe" vs. "restaurant" are blurred in Samoa, and many local establishments may well easily fit into both categories. There are, however, a few places leaning more towards serving lighter foods and offering a selection of coffee varieties.
At Pinati there is a good range of well-priced large servings of Samoan fare, such as the tasty curry rice, but you could also check it out just for one of their great coffees! Located near the corner of Vaea and Convent Street, at this café you´ll love, in particular, the laid-back atmosphere.
Adresse: Convent Street, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 24248
Located just 10 minutes from town, there is Forest Cafe and as the name suggests, offers a breath-taking panorama over the dense Samoan forests... Discover the sounds of the nature and observe birds in their natural habitat, while sipping tea and spoiling yourself with a slice of cake!
Ideal location for a lovely breakfast or lunch, Pacific Jewell's is a beautiful garden cafe with a relaxed atmosphere. Healthy food, sandwiches, wraps, delicious coffee are all on the menu. There is a store adjoined to the cafe where you can buy some amazing gifts to bring back home.
Adresse: Levili village, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 32887
Coffee Bean Cafe
Established in 2009, Coffee Bean Cafe is a bustling cafe known for its high quality coffees, delicious menu, and great customer service. From the menu, freshly prepared food can be picked for breakfast (served all day) and lunch.
Adresse: Cross Island Rd, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 842 7466
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30pm, Saturday: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm, Sunday: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Le Petit Cafe
Tucked away off the cross island road out of Apia, Le Petit Cafe is for sure a hidden gem who knows how to satisfy sweet cravings with their delicious crepes topped with salted caramel and caramelized banana or other yummy toppings. Homemade hamburgers, waffles, omelettes, French toast are also served at this secluded laid-back courtyard cafe.
Adresse: Papauta, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 75 12633
A family business that takes great pride in customer satisfaction, Milani Caffe is an Italian-style cafe mixed with Samoan flavours where the menu incorporates locally sourced organic ingredients. Real Italian coffee, freshly baked croissants, salads, pasta, sandwiches, cakes, muffins, and much more are served at this lovely cafe.
Adresse: ACC Building, Convent St, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 20584
Åpningstider: Mon–Fri 7:30am–3pm, Sat 7:30am–1pm
Create your own roll, wrap or salad at this healthy juice bar and vegetarian friendly restaurant. Not only serving food but also delicious and healthy smoothies and juices, don´t miss their berry and pawpaw smoothly or the banana chocolate one.
Adresse: Cross Island Road, Motootua, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 27874
Local cuisine and organic farming are the main concepts at Nourish Cafe who also promote healthy eating. As the logo of the cafe - “Local, Organic and Wellness.” The incredibly tasty food is well presented and served by the attentive staff. Coffee, smoothies and desserts are also offered on the menu.
Nightlife in Samoa varies from bars and clubs to cultural shows and events. Watching the sun dip below the horizon while sitting at one of the beach bars with a cocktail in hand is, for many, a fine way to see the end of another day in paradise.
For a lively night out, Apia is the place to go, featuring the main concentration of clubs and bars in Samoa. Few bars are open after midnight, though, and fewer still on Sundays, the day of worship.
Fiafias is a spectacular Samoan dance accompanied by a buffet of traditional dishes that many hotels and resorts present as special entertainment for their guests. Kava is the traditional drink, but it is usually kept for special occasions.
There are quite a few establishments lining the harbour, most of which offer incredible views over the sea and the busy Beach Road. Take your pick and enjoy the glorious sunset while sipping on your favourite drink!
Adresse: Apia, Samoa
Aggie Grey’s Resort
Many bars are located within resorts such as Aggie Grey’s Resort, with the choice of two cocktail bars: "Bloody Mary’s" and the "Solent Bar", each with its signature cocktail and extensive range of imported beers, spirits and wines!
Adresse: Mulifanua village, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 22880
RSA Night Club
The centrally located RSA Night Club is another popular spot and the favourite haunt for locals. Check it out and experience a great night out thanks to the talented DJs and musicians playing there every weekend and don´t forget to try one of their refreshing beers!
Åpningstider: Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - 10:00 pm, Friday - Saturday 9:00 am - midnight
Cocktails on the Rocks
This bar is a long-standing venue in Apia, popular among both locals and tourists alike and it´s a great place to grab an evening drink. Some night, there are local bands playing here, so make sure to check their website for more detail.
Hans Bar at Le Lagoto Beach Resort, on Savaii Island is a lovely poolside bar with an idyllic location. The pool, the palms and the suffused lightning create the perfect atmosphere for sipping a cleansing local Vailima beer or having a nightcap!
Le Vasa is a luxury beach front resort offering traditional Fiafia nights that gives a great insight to the cultural side of Samoa. Professional dancers wearing mat dresses and flower garlands perform an unforgettable and fiery dance to the sound of rhythmic drumming: totally unmissable!
Relax and enjoy your holiday at Uncle Harry’s Bar which is located at Sinalei Reef Resort & Spa, a true paradise with a stunning surrounding with trees and plants. The pool is just a few steps away, and when the evening falls, watch the sun go down while sipping a cocktail or two.
Adresse: Siumu Village, Samoa
Telefon: +685 25191
The Edge Marina View
At the Edge Cocktail Lounge, you can enjoy the beautiful marina view and catch the sunset while sipping a tasty drink. Beside cocktails, a great range of mocktails, shots, wines, spirits, juices, smoothies and delicious tapas style food are served. Dj nights on Thursday to Saturday.
Adresse: Matautu-Tai Road, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Telefon: +685 77 55174
Located at Tanoa Tusitala Hotel, you will find this poolside bar and restaurant where to chill and enjoy in the company of friends and family. The Deck offers a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments, including lunch and dinner.
Adresse: Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 211 22
When on Samoa, one should not expect to shop at a Harrods-style store. There are no pushy salesmen making quotas for their day, instead you will be lured by the quality of handmade crafts, colourful lava-lava prints, remarkable souvenirs and amazing artworks.
Popular with many visitors is a sample of siapo, a bark cloth made from the beaten bark of the u’a, or paper mulberry tree, and the medium for many artworks from Samoa. Siapo’s are decorated with natural dyes and are considered one of the finest of artwork in the Pacific. On Savaii see Siapo being made at the village of Palauli. The Toga is a finely woven mat made from pandanus fibres. These can take years and years to make and when finished are the texture of silk or linen and are prized souvenirs to bring home.
In March, each year, don´t miss Apia’s Arts and Crafts Fair – a great time to purchase fine art and craft works. There are also a few galleries on Ifiifi Street, where the contemporary Samoan painter Momeo von Reiche showcases not only exceptional examples of artworks, but often you will witness dance, poetry and other forms of readings.
Maketi Fou (food market) on Apia’s Fugalei Street, is perfect for stocking up on fresh fruit like pawpaws and sweet little ladyfinger bananas. This market is always lively and visited by both Samoans and tourists that are looking for household goods or genuine produce such as coconut milk!
Adresse: Fugalei Street, Apia
Old Apia Market
Old Apia Market – about a 10-minute walk from the food market – is a terrific souvenir haunt where you’ll find everything from clubs and kava bowls to lava-lavas (the Samoan sarong), baskets, jewellery and authentic Samoan music. It´s the place to go to look for souvenirs and to discover a bit more the Samoan culture!
Adresse: Beach Rd, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am - noon
The place to go for the catch of the day is, of course, the Fish Market, located in very close proximity to the Flea Market. Buy fresh ingredients and prepare your own culinary masterpiece with local seafood!
Adresse: Beach Rd, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
At Salelologa Market, near the wharf on Savaii, you’ll discover fresh tropical fruits and vegetables alongside other delicious produce. Take your time to look for the hidden gems and don´t forget to purchase traditional items, such as lava lavas!
Adresse: Savaii, Salelologa, Samoa
In Samoa there are some wonderful, locally made coconut and shell jewellery available throughout markets and villages... In particular, Janet's is the place for jewellery and traditional items such as Pacific Island clothing, cosmetics, bracelets, necklaces and much more!
Adresse: Lotemau Center, Saleufi, Apia, Upolu, Samoa
When in Samoa, make use of the opportunity to shop for high-quality cosmetics and body care items made with certified organic coconut oil at Mailelani. Here, in fact, you will find soaps, lotions, oils and every kind of creams made from what the Samoan soil has to offer.
Adresse: Apia, Tuamasaga, Samoa
Telefon: +685 22111
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mena is a local fashion brand that specializes on fun and vibrant women's clothing. The brand is well-known in Samoa and enjoys popularity as well as a good reputation among locals, but also among the visitors that discover Mena directly on site and just can´t get enough of its colourful, high-quality clothes!
Adresse: Fugalei Street, Apia
Telefon: +685 31293
Pacific Jewell Gift Shop
If you're looking to stock up on peculiar souvenirs from Samoa, take a look at the Pacific Jewel Gift Shop and browse through its many items - from artworks to small souvenirs (all locally produced)! The Polynesian style that permeates every item is sometimes tempered by a modern design, without attenuating its uniqueness, though.
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am 2:00 pm
Plantation House Samoa
Head for this store for amazing gift ideas, Plantation House Samoa offers stunning contemporary designs and handprinted textiles. Jewellery, homeware, and 'Design Pacific' bags are some of the items that can be bought here.
Adresse: Lotopa Road, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 22839
The Vanya Taule'alo Gallery
Four minutes outside of Apia you will find this gallery where they exhibit and sell contemporary and traditional Samoan art works and handcrafts, all done by reputable artists and artisans. Buy the perfect pieces of art or jewellery to bring back home as a memory from your exotic trip on Samoa.
Åpningstider: Monday - Friday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm, Saturday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
The main entry point into Samoa is Faleolo International Airport, located 40 km from Apia, on the island of Upolu. Airport shuttles are provided to the major hotels and can be booked prior to arrival or organised when you arrive after clearing customs.
Taxis are also available, furthermore, if your flight is arriving during the day, then you can catch a local bus into Apia from the main gate of the airport. There are no set timetables, unfortunately, but the departures from both the city and the airport are usually synchronised with the flights!
Adresse: Main West Coast Rd, Faleolo, Samoa
Telefon: +685 23 201
Have fun exploring Samoa inexpensively by local bus! Buses come in a variety of colour schemes but you will notice that all the seating is wooden. If the bus is full when you board locals will sit on a person’s lap and if it’s heading into either Apia or Salelologa, the locals will often be carrying their produce to the markets. The are no bus stops around the islands, so just wave down a bus if you want to get on, and when you want to get off simply pull the cord to ring the buzzer. You pay your fare as you leave the bus.
The Samoa Shipping Corporation runs the passenger/vehicle ferry between the main islands of Upolu and Savaii. The ferry departs from the Mulifanua Wharf on Upolu, near the international airport, while for the return journey the ferry departs from the Salelologa Wharf on Savaii. The trip takes one hour each way and you can purchase your ticket directly at the wharf!
There is a wide variety of car hire companies in Samoa, but Discovery Rentals is one of the companies offering great price and service. To drive in Samoa, you need to validate your foreign driver’s license by taking it to the Ministry of Works Transport & Infrastructure in Apia or to the Transport Control Board office in Vaitele, near the Vailima factory. Some rental car companies may assist you in the process of getting your license endorsed. There are 24 rental car companies to choose from and you could hire everything from sedans and soft top 4WDs to 12-seater vans, if you´re part of a big group. Don´t forget that all vehicles are right hand drive!
Taxis can be hired and are popular for day tripping around the island, though it is strongly advisable to agree on your fare before departure.
City Central Taxis
The main Post Office in town is located in the SamoaTel building, opposite the government building.
Adresse: Beach Road, Apia, Samoa
Telefon: +685 67723
There are some pharmacies scattered around the islands. Here are some of them:
Marias Health Care Pharmacy:
+685 29 834
Main Beach Road, Apia
Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm