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The Treasured Islands of Samoa

Many regard Samoa as the cradle of the Pacific and it is steeped in ancient Polynesian history dating back 3,000 years as well as a colonial mix of German, American, British and New Zealand.

Fa’a Samoa, or the Samoan way remains a strong force in Samoan life and politics with many Samoans living in traditional Samoan fales (houses) which are open with no walls, using blinds made of coconut palm fronds during the night or bad weather. The village chief is called a Matai.

Aiga (family) is of great importance and most Samoans can recount their family history for many generations as well as their family connections through marriage. 98% of the population identify themselves as Christian.

Samoans love to sing & dance and a visit to Samoa should include a fiafia (traditional island feast) and siva (dance) as well as a church service on Sunday to hear the magnificent singing of the choirs.

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Many writers including Somerset Maugham & James A Michener have been drawn to Samoa’s intriguing atmosphere of beauty, poetry & romance. The legendary Aggie Grey and her iconic hotel is the stuff of movies.

Robert Louis Stevenson, author of Treasure Island, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and Kidnapped, lived the last 6 years of his life in Samoa and won the hearts of the Samoan people who gave him the name Tusitala, meaning ‘teller of tales’.