This half-day north coast Savaii tour departs from Salelologa on the largest and highest Island in Samoa. This tour has always been popular with families and It takes you through several scattered coastal and beachside villages. Popular stops include the 100 year old Saleaula lava fields and ruins. A popular choice with children has always been swimming with the turtles at the reserve at Sato’alepai and also a local swiftlet population in a lava tube cave "Letui Pe'ape'a cave"
This half-day tour covers the north coast of Savaii and begins when you are picked up from the Salelologa Wharf or your local Salelologa hotel.Your tour will begin with a visit to the colourful Salelologa Market before heading off northwards. You will have brief stops at various natural attractions and areas of historical significance such as Sapapalii where Christianity was first introduced to Samoa, and local coastal freshwater springs. The drive northwards is a delightful ride through many neat scattered coastal villages, opportunities for taking photos can be made along the way. The highlight of this tour includes arriving at the Saleaula lava fields which are now 100 years old. Following this you will visit a turtle reserve where the opportunity to get into the water with these amazing creatures and swim with the turtles is provided.The Letui Pe'ape'a cave is the last stop, which is home to a local swiftlet population which was almost wiped out in the recent 1990’s cyclones, these graceful birds have found haven in a fascinating cave which is one of many naturally formed lava tubes.You will then be taken back to the Salelologa Wharf or your local Salelologa hotel.