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Things to do in Samoa
Savai’i Island - buy Lavalava as a souvenir
Lavalava is not as its name suggests a result of volcanic activity, but is in fact the local name given to the sarongs that many of the locals wear. It is normally fixed around the waist, by the knotting together, two of the corners, of the cloth. They can come in many different shades of colours and make for an excellent item of clothing to wear on the beach, or as an happy time, memory, souvenir.
Savai’i Island - see an impressive blowholes at Alofaaga
The geysers of water that you can see exploding out of the blowholes at Alofaaga are as a result of waves breaking against the lava cliffs, and then forcing water up, through the old lava tubes, until they reach the surface. Such is the force of these waves that water can often be thrown many feet into the air, at very regular intervals. Care needs to be taken when visiting the site, as the rocks are often slippery and there is no fencing.
Introduction of Samoa
The Independent State Of Samoa is an island group in the South Pacific Ocean, north of Australia and New Zealand. The main island of Upolu is home to the majority of the population and the capital city of Apia. Most Samoa hotels are in Apia but of course there are hotels all over the island group since tourism is such a major industry here. The 2009 tsunami wreaked havoc with industry and infrastructure and took many lives. Some hotels in Samoa have yet to reopen from this disaster due to structural damage or staff loss. There are Samoa hotels that cater to all budgets with campsites, luxury resorts and medium range outfits in between by the dozen. Most visitors to Samoa come on package trips or cruises and stay between two nights and one week. A lot of people visit Samoa as part of a wider trip through the South Pacific region.