A short hop from New Zealand, Samoa is a white-sanded paradise that is made up of two main islands – Upolu and Savai’i. Perfect for slowing down and relaxing for a couple of weeks, you can sit on the beach, swim or dive as you unwind in typical local fashion.

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Immerse yourself in the Samoan spirit of hospitality and grace with a stay at the authentic Sinalei Reef Resort & Spa, located on the spectacular island of Upolu.

Set amongst 33 acres of beautiful tropical land and overlooking the sparkling stretches of the South Pacific Ocean, the Sinalei Reef Resort & Spa entices with its charming villas and suites that open out for unforgettable panoramas.

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Samoa Highlights

Found in the South Pacific, Samoa is a tropical paradise that has become a popular destination for relaxing and exhilarating holidays for tourists throughout the world. The crystal clear blue waters are perfect to refresh yourself after a day on the sun-kissed golden coastline while inland you can explore the islands with sublime hiking trails.

So, whether you are snorkelling and surfing or climbing volcanic peaks and swimming in lagoons beneath huge waterfalls, each day will be an adventure in this truly unique location.

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Things to do in Samoa

  • Hike through the stunning rainforests of Upolu and Savai’i.
  • Spend days enjoying the warm water and sun drenched beaches.
  • Take a swim in breath-taking waterfalls.
  • Explore the Pacific and its coral reefs with snorkelling and diving opportunities.
  • Sleep in a fale on the beach.
  • Experience the Taga blowholes.

Right at the heart of the Pacific Ocean, Samoa is a beautiful island with plenty to enjoy. Call us today to discuss your perfect holiday!

As Samoa has a warm climate throughout the year, light summer clothing is recommended whenever you travel. The evenings do cool off slightly but this is nothing that a light sweater can’t solve.

During the day you need beachwear as you enjoy the sun soaked coastline of this wonderful country. So, shorts, t-shirts, summer dresses and all that sort of thing should be packed along with your sun screen, sun hat, sun glasses and flip-flops or sandals.

In the evening, you will want longer pants and a light jumper to keep you comfortable as you eat and drink the night away. Make sure you bring insect repellent and any other medical supplies as well as a torch for reading at night or just finding your way home.

Keep in mind that Samoa is a strict Christian country so try to respect that by using appropriate clothing; you should wear a sarong, shorts and t-shirts if leaving the beach to enter a village. If you would like to enter a church then you need white casual clothing and sandals.

  • Capital – Apia
  • Currency – Samoan tala
  • Language – Samoan and English
  • Time Zone – GMT+14

Samoa enjoys a tropical climate throughout the year. With this, the country has two seasons – the wet season that runs from November through April and the dry season that you can enjoy from May to October. The average day temperature doesn’t change much throughout the year and is 28ºC while the ocean also is in the mid to high 20s each day.

June through August is the peak season in terms of tourists from the nearby countries of New Zealand and Australia. They descend on the South Pacific islands to relax. With this in mind, British tourists generally look for the shoulder months of May and October for the best mix of good weather and affordable accommodation. Typhoon season is January through March.


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