Tafatafa Beach & South East Upolu
This tour departs Apia via the main Cross Island Road where our first stop is at the famous Robert Louis Stevenson Museum for a tour of this majestic site steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens with fabulous views of the mountains. The scenic drive then continues through lush mountains and rainforest with a stop at the Papapapaitai Falls. After your photo opportunity, we continue to the end of the Cross Island Road to the south east side of Upolu. Driving through well kept villages, plantations and a long stretch of forestry reserve to Tafatafa Beach - a lovely stretch of white sand beach. Here you can enjoy a swim in the sparkling blue waters, sunbathe on the white sands, take a stroll on the beach or just relax in the coolness of a Samoan fale while we cook your BBQ lunch of chicken, fish, sausages with salads(potato & greens) combined with fresh bread and local seasonal fruit. After lunch we will show you how to make fresh coconut cream from Samoas ‘Tree of Life’. You will be able to sample the cream and also eat fresh coconut.
Departing back to Apia we will head east and make our way through the Le Mafa Pass (1700ft above sea level) for a spectacular drive where you will enjoy breath-taking views of the east and south shorelines and tropical rainforest. The tour finishes back in Apia.
Things to bring on the tour: swim wear, towel, reef shoes, sunscreen and hat, insect repellant.
Monday to Saturday
Depart from Apia: 9:30am, return 4:00pm
Children under 4yrs are free, 4yrs to 11yrs are 50% of the adult price.
Museum entry, BBQ lunch and hotel transfers.
Costs are based on passengers staying at Apia Hotels, extra transfer costs apply for hotels outside of Apia, please enquire for pricing.
Minimum 2 pax