Sa'anapu-Tai is situated 13 miles (21 kilometers) southwest of Apia, the national capital.
It's no surprise the area around Sa'anapu-Tai is so popular with with international and local vacationers alike; the region has been blessed with interesting attractions. Should you be searching for more things to see and do, check out the Apia Park and National Parliament in and around Apia, which lays roughly 13 miles (21 kilometers) to the southwest of Sa'anapu-Tai.
Joining one of the guided nature walks is an excellent way to understand about Samoa.
For many people, traveling is as much about cuisines as it is about visiting sites, so be sure to try out the local specialties in the area's restaurants. Cooks in this part of the world often make use of crayfish and taro in their kitchens. Taro root seasoned and baked in oven and oka l’a (marinated raw fish) are two options to taste. Cooked green bananas in coconut cream is perfect to finish your dining experience.
The true soul of a destination lives not just within it's monuments and mountains, but within its words also. Making the effort to memorize just a few handy Samoan words, sayings and salutations will make your stay in Sa'anapu-Tai much more meaningful. Picking up a range of practical phrases, such as "Ete ta fia siva?", or "Would you like to dance?", can make your trip even more special. "Where are you from?" is another good one know, so try pronouncing "O fea e te sau ai?"
As your time here finishes up, bid Samoa a teary "Tōfā soifua"