Talofa Samoa – Welcome to Samoa, the heart of Polynesia.
Samoa offers all year long comfortable temperatures of 26-30 degrees. Breathtaking waterfalls, pictures white beaches and every night an unforgettable sunset makes Samoa an ideal holiday location.
Samoa is independent since 1962 and therefore one of the first states that was able to become independent from their colonial power.
Further Samoa can look back to a 3000 year old history of which many traditions are still alive.
Sir Robert Louis Stevenson spent his last years on the South Sea Island and is also buried there. Aside perfect surf conditions the ocean offers divers several breathtaking views.
Samoa has tropical climate that is strongly influenced by the trade winds. You will find comfortable temperatures ranging from 26-30 degrees.
In the western rocky regions falls due to the trade wind influence most rain, the climate there is much more humid than on the east coast.
The rainy season lasts from November till April. During this time single cyclones can appear, whereas Samoa is however not in the typical cyclone area.
The ideal travel period is from May till October during the dry season.
Samoa is especially suited for advanced surfer. The wetsuit can be left at home at all times, as the water is comfortable warm all year long.
The spots are located on the south coast that obviously limits the surf season. The most waves break over the coral riff and partially heavily depended on the tides.
Samoa is missing a developed sewer system therefore problems with wastewater occur.
Best season for beginner: May – December
Best season for advanced surfer: January – April
The arrival usually occurs via the Faleolo International airport (APW). Air New Zealand, Polynesian Blue, Air Pacific and Polynesian Airlines mainly approach this airport from New Zealand, Australia, North America, Tonga and Fiji.
On Samoa you get easiest around by taxi or rental car. A trip with the public bus should also be taken once you get there. Nothing is more suitable to discover the Samoan way of life.