Situated on the beach, this hotel is within 25 mi (40 km) of Salamumu Beach, Faleata Golf Course, and Maketi Fou. Flea Market and Fish Market are also within 25 mi (40 km).
This Matautu resort is on the beach, 6.3 mi (10.2 km) from Salamumu Beach, and within 25 mi (40 km) of Apia Park and Upolu. To-Sua Ocean Trench is 32.1 mi (51.7 km) away.
Offering direct access to the beach in Faleolo, this resort is within the vicinity of Lake Lanoto'o, Papasee'a Sliding Rock, and Robert Louis Stevenson Museum.
This Salamumu hotel is on the beach, 0 mi (0 km) from Salamumu Beach, and within 20 mi (32 km) of Togitogiga Waterfall and Papapapaitai Falls. Faleata Golf Course and Papaseea Sliding Rocks are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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It can be found 25 miles from Apia, the national capital.
Feel the ocean air on your skin at Lalomanu Beach, 45 miles to the east of Manono, or Salamumu Beach, 17 miles to the southeast.
Nature enthusiasts will relish in the beautiful environmental reserves of Samoa. Togitogina Waterfall is located 30 miles from Manono, while Palolo Deep Marine Reserve is only 25 miles away.
Sports lovers should see the Samoa national rugby league team play a home game at Apia Park. It's in Apia, 25 miles to the east of Manono. On game days, follow the sea of light and dark blue to the stadium. Afterwards, join local rugby league fans at a nearby drinking hole for a post-game drink.
Robert Louis Stevenson Museum and Lake Lanoto'o are in Faleolo, a nearby locality 6 miles away. Why don't you go check them out? An alternative is Salelologa. It's about 11 miles from Manono, and is home to Salelologa Market and Afu Aau Falls.
Siusega is roughly 20 miles east of Manono. This area hotspot is home to a whole lot of things to do and see, including Robert Louis Stevenson Museum, Lalomanu Beach and Falemataaga – The Museum of Samoa. Don't rush back without having also experienced Fish Market and Flea Market.
Enjoy the food culture of Samoa by spending some time in its enticing restaurants and cafés.
An outstanding meal is only as good as the quality of its components. Luckily for us, the crayfish and taro here are second-to-none.
Don't end your stay without trying taro root seasoned and baked in oven and oka l’a (marinated raw fish).
Ask for some cooked green bananas in coconut cream for a dreamy end to your meal. This mouthwatering dessert is perfect for sweet tooths.
The essence of a place resonates not just in its geography and architecture, but also in the rhythms of its language. Practicing just a few handy words and expressions in Samoan will make your vacation much more meaningful. Ia manuia le aso is how you say have a nice day. You should also work on pronouncing Ua ou fiafia ua ta feiloa'i (pleased to meet you).
Visiting during the 1st of June means you'll enjoy a good look at Independence Day Celebration.
When the time finally comes to head back home, say one last "Tōfā soifua" to all the local characters you have met and think back to all the crazy adventures you had.
Once you're packed and ready to catch your flight, it's good to know that the nearest airport is 8 miles to the east.
Accommodation options in Manono tend to be rather limited. Before you leave, explore the current range on Expedia's Manono lodging guide.