Are you always the explorer in your group of friends- the one who wants to check out that new Pasifika restaurant and hike up the hill just to see whats on the other side? We think Savaii might just be the right place for you.
Savaii is an adventurer's dream with its lush rainforests, secluded beaches, waterfalls and mountainous interior. Most of Savaii remains uninhabited and has retained its natural beauty.
Savaii is the largest island in Samoa and where you'll find absolutely lush natural wonders as well as adventure activities.
There is nowhere else with quite the same tropical foliage and gorgeous scenery. Photos don't do this place justice, trust us - this you've got to see to believe.
On your walks up mountains, visits to isolated beaches, waterfalls and forests, you'll feel like you've stepped into a fantastical paradise. Because most of Savaii is still uninhabited, the wildlife here is untouched and lush.
You'll meet some of the friendly locals, venture to the communal rock pools, see the weathered churches and the native animals who've made their home here, such as wild pigs and roaming horses.
The wetland sanctuary at Savaii's Satoalepai village is a must-visit. Your friends will be jealous that you got to swim with green turtles! These creatures are large and majestic, calmly swimming through the water next to you.
When you're looking for places to stay, you'll quickly find the options are plentiful. Do you want to see what it's like to live in total luxury at an opulent resort or hotel in Savaii? Would you rather sleep in a traditional Samoan beach fale?
Either way, there are many rustic accommodation options as well as resorts in Savaii. You'll wake up to the sound of the waves crashing on the beach and the ocean right at your door.
Savaii is just an hour and a half ferry ride to the island of Upolu, so your Samoan adventure can continue.