Samoa Waterfalls were popular attributes to this group of South Pacific Islands largely because of promise of relief from the heat and humidity of the tropics (in addition to scenic allure itself).
In fact, of all the South Pacific destinations we’ve been to, we found Samoa to have a greater concentration of attractions beckoning you to get wet more than others.
Prior to our visit to Samoa, I only knew of wrestlers (e.g. The Rock, Roman Reigns, or The Usos, just to name a few) that hailed from these islands, but our eyes were opened wide after making our visit.
Indeed, we found ourselves in an idyllic Eden at Afu Aau Waterfall, staring at the turbulence of the South Pacific Ocean crashing against the Mu Pagoa Waterfall, finding seclusion at the Sauniatu Waterfall, and even gawking at the jaw-dropping look-but-don’t-touch beauty of the Papapapaitai Falls as well as Sopoaga Falls.
And we didn’t even mention the iconic To Sua Ocean Trench or the spectacularly colourful reefs where we spotted a rich assortment of wildlife like sea turtles, Moray eels, purple starfish, and more!
Indeed, while our sampling of waterfalls in the country were somewhat extensive, I still found there were others that would require treks, which will have to be for another time. Maybe on that return trip, we might seek out the mysterious Pulemelei Mound or other mysterious aspects of the islands of Samoa that require a little work to see…
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