Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Samoa

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Samoa according to ETIC Hotels

Saletoga Sands Resort & Spa

  •  Matatufu, Samoa
  •  ETIC Green Score: 65%
  •  Reviews: 4.6 (240+)
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.5
/10

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Seabreeze Resort

Outdoor swimming pool,Airport shuttle,Spa and wellness centre,Restaurant,WiFi available in all areas,Room service,Non-smoking rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Private beach area
  •  Aufaga, Samoa
  •  ETIC Green Score: 63%
  •  Reviews: 3.3 (3+)
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.3
/10

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Coconuts Beach Club Resort & Spa

  •  Maninoa, Samoa
  •  ETIC Green Score: 62%
  •  Reviews: 4.4 (87+)
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.2
/10

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Sinalei Reef Resort & Spa

  •  Si`umu, Samoa
  •  ETIC Green Score: 61%
  •  Reviews: 4.4 (114+)
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.1
/10

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Seabreeze Resort

Outdoor swimming pool,Airport shuttle,Spa and wellness centre,Restaurant,WiFi available in all areas,Room service,Non-smoking rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Private beach area
  •  Apia, Samoa
  •  ETIC Green Score: 60%
  •  Reviews: 4.6 (104+)
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6
/10

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Taumeasina Island Resort

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Restaurant,Family rooms,Free parking,Beachfront,Room service,Bar,Private beach area
  •  Apia, Samoa
  •  ETIC Green Score: 59%
  •  Reviews: 4.2 (418+)
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Bronze rating
5.9
/10

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Aga Reef Resort

Outdoor swimming pool,Airport shuttle,WiFi available in all areas,Restaurant,Facilities for disabled guests,Non-smoking rooms,Free parking,Spa and wellness centre,Bar,Private beach area
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Bronze rating
5.9
/10

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Return to Paradise Resort

  •  Mata`utu, Samoa
  •  ETIC Green Score: 59%
  •  Reviews: 4.4 (161+)
ETIC carbon rating
32.1
tCO2e
ETIC Bronze rating
5.9
/10

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COUNTRY PROFILE

Samoa

  • Official Name:Independent State of Samoa

  • Capital:Apia

  • Population:198,414

  • Area:2,842 km²

  • Major Languages:Samoan, English

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:73.88 years

  • Currency:Samoan Tala

10 Things To Do In Samoa

  • 1. Visit the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum

    Immerse yourself in the world of the renowned writer at the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum. The museum pays homage to Stevenson`s legacy, displaying an array of memorabilia, manuscripts, and artifacts that shed light on his life and literary contributions. It`s a journey into the mind of the writer and the stories that captured the imagination of readers worldwide.

  • 2. Experience traditional Samoan culture at a Fiafia Night

    Step into the heart of Samoan culture at a Fiafia Night, a vibrant celebration of dance, music, and fire knife performances. As the rhythmic beats resonate and the fire dances illuminate the night, you`ll also savor a feast of local cuisine that tantalizes your taste buds. It`s an immersive experience that allows you to connect with the spirit of Samoan traditions.

  • 3. Take a dip in the To Sua Ocean Trench

    Surrender to the enchantment of the To Sua Ocean Trench, a natural marvel that beckons with its crystal-clear waters and volcanic cliffs. Descend into the depths of this magical swimming hole, surrounded by lush gardens, and bask in the surreal beauty of your surroundings. It`s a moment of tranquility that invites you to embrace the wonder of nature.

  • 4. Visit the Papase`ea Sliding Rocks

    Embark on a playful adventure at the Papase`ea Sliding Rocks. Let the cool, clear waters carry you down natural rock slides, creating a refreshing and exhilarating experience. Surrounded by the verdant embrace of tropical rainforest, this natural playground invites you to reconnect with the joy of nature and embrace the pure delight of the moment.

  • 5. Explore the O le Pupu-Pu`e National Park

    Lace up your hiking shoes and venture into the O le Pupu-Pu`e National Park, where trails lead to waterfalls, lava fields, and panoramic viewpoints. Traverse the Samoan landscape, discovering its diverse ecosystems and hidden treasures. Each step offers a connection to nature`s beauty and a glimpse into the raw and captivating allure of the islands.

  • 6. Discover the Afu Aau Waterfall

    Witness the beauty of Afu Aau Waterfall as it cascades into a serene swimming pool, inviting you to unwind and embrace the moment. The tranquil surroundings and the soothing sound of water create a sensory oasis that encourages relaxation and contemplation. It`s a haven where you can let the worries of the world wash away.

  • 7. Attend a church service in Apia

    Immerse yourself in the spiritual heart of Samoan life by attending a church service in Apia. Experience the harmonious singing, heartfelt prayers, and vibrant traditions that define these gatherings. It`s a window into the soul of the culture, offering a glimpse into the profound connection between spirituality, community, and everyday life.

  • 8. Snorkel at Lalomanu Beach

    Dive into the clear waters of Lalomanu Beach and discover an underwater wonderland brimming with vibrant coral reefs and marine life. Snorkeling in these azure depths allows you to witness the kaleidoscope of colors and shapes that inhabit the ocean, offering an intimate connection to the aquatic world beneath the surface.

  • 9. Trek to the summit of Mount Vaea

    Embark on a hike that not only offers panoramic vistas but also connects you to history and literature. The trek to Mount Vaea`s summit reveals sweeping views of Apia and its surroundings, and it leads you to the final resting place of Robert Louis Stevenson. It`s a journey that blends natural beauty, cultural significance, and a touch of literary reverence.

  • 10. Participate in a traditional Samoan ava ceremony

    Immerse yourself in the rituals and traditions of Samoan culture by participating in an ava (kava) ceremony. Experience the ceremonial preparation and consumption of kava, a drink made from the root of the kava plant. This communal activity offers a chance to connect with locals, share stories, and engage in the customs that define Samoan identity.

5 Most Visited Cities In Samoa

  • Apia

    Savai`i

    Upolu

    Manono

    Aleipata Islands

When To Go To Samoa

  • The best time to visit Samoa is during the dry season from May to October. This Polynesian archipelago offers tropical landscapes, traditional villages, and a warm cultural experience. Apia, the capital, showcases local markets, historic sites, and Samoan hospitality. Upolu`s beaches and Savai`i`s lava fields offer opportunities for water activities and cultural immersion. Samoa`s traditional way of life, natural beauty, and warm-hearted locals create a travel experience that feels like a genuine escape to the South Pacific.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Samoa

Find the complete travel guide for Samoa

  • - Check entry requirements and ensure you have the necessary travel documents.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette; learn about Samoan culture and traditions.
    - Be cautious of limited tourist infrastructure; plan your trip and accommodations in advance.
    - Explore Samoa`s pristine beaches, traditional villages, and lush landscapes.
    - Engage with local communities to learn about their way of life and history.

  • Office Tourism of Samoa

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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