Aggie Grey's Lagoon, Beach Resort and Spa
is nestled amongst 50 acres of tropical
gardens and is stunningly located on a
stretch of white sand beach with a blue
turquoise lagoon. This was one of the first
sites where the Polynesian migrants landed
when they set foot on the Samoa Islands
some 2000 years ago.
The combination of tropical climate and fertile soil
make Samoa the perfect breeding ground for
rainforests and other lush landscapes (mangrove
swamps, marshes…), which are all abuzz with native
wildlife, such as seabirds, skinks, flying foxes, geckos,
as well as a plethora of unique flora.
On Upolu, the most spectacular falls are
situated off the southern coast. The ideal
way to explore them is by doing a
‘waterfall crawl’ – this will take you about
half a day – or more depending on how
long you decide to linger at each.
The Museum is perfectly restored back to its glorious day
with some of the Author's work and family memorabilias.
Furthermore, the Vailima Botanical Garden encompasses
about 12 ha (30a) and protects a variety of species -
native, introduced and naturalized - representative of
the flora of the archipelago and the Pacific basin. It is an
excellent place for a day visit to relax and enjoy nature
and its tranquilities.
This legendary house is found along the north-
western coasto f Savaii. According to a legend,
a competition was held between the men and
women of the village to determine who could
bring a house in the least amount of time.
Samoans are blessed with a myriad of therapeutic
plants, and the traditional healers, the taulasea,
have long used their juice, bark, leaves, roots
and various other parts to help treat all sorts of
ailments. You’ll find the most powerful
specimens deep inside Samoa’s last remaining
rainforest on Savaii