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Thrills. Relaxation. Thrills. Relaxation. Off to Faleapuna but can't decide what sort getaway you want? Don't get in a fluster! We'll help sort it out.
Journey around 20 kilometres east of Faleapuna and you'll find the busy centre of Apia.
Put aside some time to witness a spectacular sunrise at Lalomanu Beach, 25 kilometres to the southeast.
Mother Nature's handiwork is on show in many places around Faleapuna. Just 25 kilometres away, Papaseea Sliding Rocks is a great place to start. Togitogina Waterfall sits 20 kilometres away and is another delightful spot to enjoy some peace and quiet.
Don't be alarmed if you encounter some fellow sightseers at Piula Cave Pool.
There's even more to see and do just down the road. Matatufu, 18 kilometres to the south, is known for To-Sua Trench and Sopoaga Water Falls. Alternatively, if the Faleata Golf Course and the Baha'i House of Worship are more your thing, go 20 kilometres west from Faleapuna to Lepea.
Your eyes shouldn't have all the fun while you're in Samoa. Give your taste buds a little love as well by tucking into some of the local food and drink. After all, you haven't truly experienced a destination until you've tasted its flavours.
Do you love crayfish? What about taro? Whether you're into them or not, they are two essential ingredients often found in dishes here.
You don't need to agonise over the restaurant menu while in Faleapuna. Get stuck right in and pick the region's signature dishes, such as taro root seasoned and baked in oven and oka l’a (marinated raw fish).
It probably won't take much to persuade you to indulge in some cooked green bananas in coconut cream, a treat that'll make you want to pack up your bags and settle down here.
Your time here in Faleapuna will certainly be more fun if you put in the effort to master a couple of the local expressions and greetings. You'll be glad you learnt 'O lo'u igoa o ...', which translates as 'my name is..'. Perhaps you'll find 'Ou te le malamalama' a little bit easier to say? It means 'I don't understand'.
If you've got the good fortune to be in Faleapuna on the 1st of June, get ready for some festivities! Independence Day Celebration see many locals heading out and celebrating.
The good news is that Faleapuna will stay just where it is, so this "Tōfā soifua" has no need to be your last!
Located 45 kilometres to the west is Faleolo International Airport (APW), the closest terminal. Be sure you have ample time to get there.
Reviewed on 24 Jun. 2019
Reviewed on 27 Nov. 2017
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