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Solosolo Holiday Deals

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Now's the time to start picking filters for your #Solosolo adventures! Want to save some time and money? Hire cars, hotel bookings, airfares and thrilling activities — at, we can combine all these things into a simple little package.

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Holidays in Solosolo

Adventure. Relaxation. Adventure. Relaxation. Off to Solosolo but can't decide what kinda holiday you're after? Stop stressing! We'll help sort it out.

Apia is one of the more important cities in Samoa, and it's easily reachable from Solosolo. You'll find it only 13 kilometres to the northwest.

Does a sunset with the glorious ocean as your backdrop sound appealing? Then make your way to Lalomanu Beach, 30 kilometres to the southeast.

Everyone knows that time spent in the great outdoors makes you feel happier and healthier. In light of that, why wouldn't you travel 15 kilometres out of Solosolo to Papaseea Sliding Rocks? Piula Cave Pool, 7 kilometres away, is one more popular choice.

Whether you're a rugby league lover or you just want to be a part of the exhilarating atmosphere, you'll want to catch a live game at Apia Park, the home ground of the Samoa national rugby league team. You'll find the venue 11 kilometres away in Apia.

Venture further afield and find out what's going on in Lepea, 14 kilometres to the northwest. Many travellers come here for the Faleata Golf Course and the Baha'i House of Worship. Alternatively, Vaitele is 17 kilometres to the west of Solosolo. Visit this place for easy access to Maketi Fou and the Falemataaga – The Museum of Samoa.

When you want to tap into your inner adventurer, get involved in some mountain climbing. That said, there aren't many better ways to discover the beauty of the region's landscapes than with a little hiking.

Want to have some fun on the water? Then lather on your suntan lotion and try out some swimming or snorkeling.

There's no better way to understand a destination than to literally take a big bite out of it! You're invited to explore the culture, history and personality of Samoa by sampling some of its top food and drink.

Crayfish and taro are some typical ingredients in many of the dishes here. If you don't have a love for them already, you might by the end of your holiday!

While Solosolo offers plenty of culinary delights, you shouldn't overlook taro root seasoned and baked in oven and oka l’a (marinated raw fish). Considered classic local dishes, you'll need to put them on your must-eat list if you really want to get a taste of this destination.

You can never have too much dessert on holiday, so why not indulge in a little cooked green bananas in coconut cream? It's worth every lip-smacking calorie!

Learning how to say even just a handful of expressions in the local tongue will make travelling through the Samoa region that little bit smoother. To start with, try to get your tongue around 'Ia manuia'. It translates to 'good luck'. Another common phrase is 'Fa'amalie atu' ('sorry').

If you've got the good luck to be in Solosolo on the 1st of June, get ready for some festivities! Independence Day Celebration sees many of the locals heading out and celebrating.

When your holiday is over and it's time to say "Tōfā soifua" to Solosolo, don't worry — it will always be there awaiting your next visit!

Solosolo's closest terminal is Faleolo International Airport (APW). When the time comes to pack your suitcase and hit the tarmac, travel 35 kilometres to the west.

Hotels in Solosolo

Lock in your Solosolo hotel right away so you aren't disappointed! With just 3 digs offered on, it's a smart idea to move quickly!

Seeking some of our top picks? See what the go is at the Le Alaimoana Hotel and Le Uaina Beach Resort. Crisp sheets and great service await!

Top hotels for your Solosolo holiday

Saletoga Sands Resorts

Saletoga Sands Resorts

4 out of 5
Main South Coast Road, Matatufu
The price is AU$189 per night from 27 Jul. to 27 Jul.
Located in Matatufu, Saletoga Sands Resorts is by the ocean, a 4-minute drive from To-Sua Ocean Trench and 5 minutes from Sopoaga Water Falls.
Perfect for our family holiday
"This resort is located on the beautiful southern coast. There are no cities nearby (except the local village) but that wasn't a problem. The resort provided everything we needed as well as cars for hire when we wanted to explore."

Reviewed on 27 Nov. 2017

Saletoga Sands Resorts
Galusina Hotel - Hostel

Galusina Hotel - Hostel

2 out of 5
Main East Coast Road, Solosolo
With a stay at Galusina Hotel - Hostel in Solosolo, you'll be on the beach, and 27.6 mi (44.4 km) from Lalomanu Beach and 4.5 mi (7.3 km) from Piula Cave ...
Galusina Hotel - Hostel
Aga Reef Resort

Aga Reef Resort

4 out of 5
South East Coast Road, Lalomanu
The price is AU$398 per night from 26 Jul. to 26 Jul.
When you stay at Aga Reef Resort in Lalomanu, you'll be 1 minutes by foot from Lalomanu Beach.
Aga Reef Resort
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