Accommodation in Upolu
When you visit Samoa your holiday starts immediately after arriving at Faleolo International Airport. The 20-minute ride to Apia has been described as one of the most beautiful drives in the South Pacific. The coastline is erratic, with quaint coves and beaches.
In the eastern part of Upolu we find the Falefa Falls and the 90 meter high Fuipisia Falls. Halfway between Apia and the easternmost point of Upolu you will find the road over Mafa Pass, a gazebo with a panoramic view of island and ocean. Especially south of the pass the coastal scenery is breathtaking.
There are plenty of accommodation options on Upolu for all levels of luxury and budgets.
Directors Choice – Top Hotels for all Budgets
Director of Pacific Island Travel, Rob Kusters shares his top picks of Hotels, Resorts and accomodation in Upolu for all budgets!
Aggie Grey’s Lagoon & Beach Resort
“This beach resort is located on the northwest coast of Upolu, 4km from the international airport and 46km from Apia. The resort overlooks the islands of Manono, Apolima and Savaii.”
Le Uaina Beach Resort
“This beachfront resort is located in Faleapuna, nearby attractions include Apia Park and Robert Louis Stevenson Museum.”
More information about Apia
1. Mu Pagoa Fall
In the garden behind a traditional wooden house, you will find the end of the world, the stunning Mu Pagoa Falls. As far as you can see is nothing but ocean. Just before your feet fresh water pours directly into the salty sea.
2. O Le Pupu Pue National park
O Le Pupu Pue National Park covers an area of land that the mountains Fito (1100 m) and Lepué ( 840m ) runs to the south coast. The park borders the Togitogiga Scenic Reserve. It is a definite must for your visit.
3. To Sua Ocean Trench
To Sua Ocean Trench is one of the ideallic sites that is located in Lotofaga village. Few sites are situated in the same area, including blowholes, and an incredible small beach on the western side. To Sua is otherwise translated as ‘big hole’ that is converted into a large swimming area. A ladder is installed on site for visitors access to and fro into this 30 meters deep seawaters.