Samoa is a rainforested, beach-rimmed, tropical archipelago in the South Pacific. This is where time melts into another world and the concept of hurrying is unknown. Samoan culture is 3,000 years in the making – come and share it. Read more...
Choose from our range of Samoa holiday packages below that each include your flights, accommodation, and often special bonuses like tours and free upgrades. If you can't find the package you're looking for, contact one of our friendly consultants on 133 133 and don't forget to ask about customising a package to suit your needs.
Samoa Airport (APW)
Flights from Australia to Samoa will disembark at Faleolo International Airport.
Faleolo International Airport (APW) is located 40km west of Samoa's capital, Apia, and is the main gateway into Samoa. The airport consists of one relatively small terminal building.
Airlines that fly to Samoa
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Samoa from Australia include:
Virgin Australia fly direct from both Sydney and Brisbane in Australia and Auckland in New Zealand with connections from most Australian cities. Air New Zealand have connecting flights from Australia to Samoa via Auckland and Fiji Airways have connecting flights from Australia via Fiji.
For more information on Samoa holidays check out our Samoa travel guide.
Abandon any idea of a to-do list. Come and let the beaches, lagoons, reefs, forests and lava tubes beckon at the right moment. Samoa is about half way between Hawaii and New Zealand and its 10 islands are the result of countless volcanic eruptions. Apia is the capital and Upolu and Savai'i are the 2 main islands (separated by a 90-minute ferry trip).
If you're inclined to move from your hammock or beach towel, you won't regret snorkelling or diving here: there are around 900 species of fish to spot, in addition to dolphins and whales, and 200 species of coral. Surfers will enjoy the islands too, with several breaks on both main islands to get the adrenalin going.
Beach walks, cliff trails, hikes to waterfalls and forest canopy walks allow leisurely and quick-paced (if you must) exploration of the geographic delights here. The more you explore the more you'll appreciate why Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson enjoyed his later life here.