Savaii, one of Polynesia's most uninhabited and unspoilt islands, is a treasure trove of natural, historical and cultural offerings. Here are just some of the things you can do on Savaii (guests not accommodated at Le Lagoto are also welcome to book these tours):

Le Lagoto Full Day Tour

1. Swimming with the turtles
Feed and swim with massive turtles in a freshwater sanctuary.

2. Saleaula Lava Field
Half buried churches, a virgin's grave and lava mould imprints of trees can still be found as you walk over this expanse; one of Savaii's geological marvels.

3. Mauga Village
The unique Mauga village is built around the rim of an extinct volcanic crater.

4. Afu Aau Waterfalls
Beautiful swimming spot; the spectacular waterfall provides an idyllic setting for a memorable swim.

5. Taga Blowholes
Awesome in their power, these blowholes are arguably the best in the South Pacific.

6. Rev. John Williams Memorial
Monument commenorating the arrival of the first European Missionaries to Samoa in 1830.

7. Salelologa Market
Shopping center if you wish to buy Samoan handicrafts and local produce as souvenirs for friends and families.

8. Lovers Leap
This attraction portrays a sad story of a blind grandmother who was ill treated by her family and her only way to freedom was to commit suicide with her granddaughter. When they died she turned herself into a turtle and her granddaughter into a shark.

Le Lagoto Half Day Tour

1. Peapea Cave
Cave of bats; lights have been installed in this cave by the local land owners for these species to lay and hatch their eggs.

2. Matavai
The legend of Sina and her eel originate from this village - and the coconut also originates from this story.

3. Mauga Village
The unique Mauga village is built around the rim of an extinct volcanic crater.

4. Lava Fields at Saleaula
Half buried churches, a virgin's grave and lava mould imprints of trees can still be found as you walk over this expanse; one of Savaii's geological marvels.

5. Swimming with the Turtles
Visit the inland sanctuary of green turtles and enjoy a swim with them.

Plantation Tour

Visit a plantation, sample traditional Samoan foods and learn how they are farmed, please email us for more details Visit a plantation, sample traditional Samoan foods and learn how they are farmed, please email us for more details.

Dive Savaii

The resort is located opposite the PADI registered dive shop Dive Savaii, the only dive center on the island of Savaii, owned and operated by Olaf Weinhold & Tina Kastner. They offer a range of dives for different levels of experience, from basic to challenging. They also do snorkelling tours, rent out snorkelling gear and sell a range of dive-related knick-knacks.

Open Monday – Saturday, 8:30 – 16:00, Sunday closed.
Contact Details: Website:www.divesavaii.com Email: info@divesavaii.com
Phone: (+685) 776 49 00.


Scenic Tours with Samoa Air

Scenic flights can now be arranged with Samoa Air,
please click on www.samoaair.ws for more information.

Other Things to Do

• Take a long, leisurely walk on a beautiful beach
• Take a dip in the cool-blue ocean, and explore the rich marine life, either snorkelling or scuba diving
• Visit the vast Saleaula Lava Fields, one of Savaii's powerful geological marvels
• Feed and swim with massive turtles in a freshwater sanctuary
• Visit the Falealupo rainforest preserve complete with canopy walkway high up in the air
• Attend the Sunday church service in the village of Fagamalo and listen to the choirs harmonious singing
• Rent a Car from PacificCar rental on site & explore Savaii island at your own pace.