Flights to Apia, Samoa
Apia is served by only 1 international airport, Faleolo International Airport. Established in the 1940s, Faleolo International Airport used to be a military airfield used by the United States. Today, however, the air facility functions as a commercial airport, handling international flights from nearby cities in the Pacific Ocean such as Auckland, Honolulu, Brisbane, Sydney and others.
- Faleolo International Airport is located about 40 kilometres from the city centre of Apia. A taxi ride to the city should cost around WST 40 (SGD 22.46) and take about 40-50 minutes depending on traffic conditions.
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Best Time to Visit Apia
The Samoan islands enjoy a pleasant, warm tropical climate throughout the year, with an average daily temperature of around 29℃. Though the temperature doesn’t fluctuate much from season to season, tourists are advised to avoid visiting from November to April - these months mark the island’s rainy season, and the possibility of thunderstorms and cyclones are greatly increased. Precipitation is a lot less likely from May to October, though June to September are known as the driest months.
Things to do in Apia
The islands of Samoa are known for their scenic beauty, so be sure to go on a discovery of the region’s many natural gems once there. The Piula Cave Pool is one of the most stunning and accessible, though, so make it a must-see no matter how long you’re in town. Only 45 minutes from Apia, Piula Cave Pool is exactly what it sounds like - a body of crystal clear, turquoise spring water contained in a cave lagoon, with colourful freshwater fish swimming within it. An ancient lava tube, the grotto was carved out of surrounding rock by hot lava and subsequently filled with spring water. Today it is a popular bathing spot; throw on a swim suit and cool off from the hot weather in the refreshingly cool water. A second lagoon can also be accessed from the main pool if you dare to swim through a rocky underwater passage that’s only 3 metres tall (and mostly filled with water) in the dark.
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