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Transport to Visit the Local Area

Looking to tour the Island of Upolu, Samoa?  Transport can be arranged by Nuu Vao staff from hiring a taxi, rental car (located on the property) or hire a private driver with Nuu Vao Luxury car.   To visit Savai'i, the transport will also include a ferry transfer from Upolu to Savai'i. Traditional Samoan Bus or mini bus can be arrange for larger groups.


The areas below are less than 15 minute drive.  Visit Samoa Tourism Authority for more advantages below. 

To-Sua Ocean Trench

Scenic clear-water swimming hole with a diving board, plus landscaped gardens & picnic huts.

Entry Fee: $15 Tala Per Person

Lalomanu Beach

Lined with beach fales and magnificent views of the smaller outer islands, Lalomanu Beach is located on the south coast of Upolu. 

Entry Fee Per Vehicle: $40 tala

Private Tour

O Le Pupu-Pue National Park

O le Pupu Pue National Park was Samoa’s first National Park, established in 1978 and was also the first declared in the South Pacific.

Fee: Walks are free, maybe entry fee for waterfalls or beach access

Aganoa Black Sand Beach

Aganoa Black Sand Beach is a deep water sandy crescent shaped beach offering safe swimming, snorkeling and picnicking. 

Fee to access beach

Robert Louis Stevenson Museum & Mt Vaea National Reserve

This highly popular walking trail in Apia takes you to Robert Louis Stevenson's Tomb and offers beautiful views of Samoa's capital city.

The majestic and magnificent Robert Louis Stevenson Museum - the place where this famous Scottish poet and author fell in love.

Fee to enter Museum, walk mountain (free) 

Papapapaitai Falls

Whilst driving towards the southern coast of Upolu via Cross-Island Road.  Papapapaitai (Tiavi) Waterfall is a must-stop and see. One of the most photographed falls in Samoa and also considered the longest at 100m high, cascading into a deep gorge. Its untouched surrounding brings life and a sense of mystery to all.

Fee: Free

Beautiful Samoa


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