car Rentals Apia

Fridam Rentals

Located right in Apia near to the Catholic Cathedral , Fridam Rentals offers a large range of rental vehicles to cater for all you needs at compeditive Rates.

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Dat Car Rental

For quality and comfort DAT car rentals offers a great range of Vehicles for your travel in Samoa at very competitive Rates.

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AA Car Rentals

 AA Rent-A-Car Samoa provides quality cars at affordable prices.  

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Samoana Car Rental

 Talofa Lava and welcome to Samoa's finest car rental service. Our wide  range of hire vehicles will enable you to discover Samoa with passion  and comfort. 

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Funway Rentals

   

Funway has been in business for over 20 years and to date it is continuously becoming more well known and reliable car rental business on island. 


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Southpac Rentals

 For 23 years our loyal clients have seen the island on our wheels. We  continuously provide quality cars at very affordable rates, with free  Pick-up and delivery within Apia area.  

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Cafes & Restaurants

The Immaculate Religous Shop & Cafe

 The Immaculate Religious Shop & Café is located in an old historical  building in the Catholic Cathedral Compound in the heart of downtown  Apia, Samoa. 

Giodanos Wood-Fire Pizzaria & Garden Resturant

 Giodano' s is set in an outdoor garden courtyard. With relaxed, al-fresco dining.  We have a good range of alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages, salads,  gourmet wood-fire pizza, Pasta & Salads, home-made desserts &  Arabica Coffee. 

Paddles Restaurant

 Welcome to Paddles Restaurant of Samoa. We are located in the main  township of Apia and very easy to access. We are a proud family  restaurant built on values of fine dining and great service. Our  background is a unique combination of two dynamic cultures (Samoan and  Italian), and it is here that we bring you our style of food creativity.   

Bistro Tatau Restaurant

 BISTRO TATAU provides a new dimension to dining in Samoa, and indeed the  South Pacific. The food is fresh and innovative embracing elements of  European, Mediterranean and Australasian cuisines while capturing the  essence of the South Pacific. 

Scalini's Restaurant

 

Scalinis means “small steps” in Italian. 

Over the years, we have taken small steps in our business to get to  where we are today.  Scalinis began in St Heliers, Auckland, New Zealand  back in 1999, our plan was always to move home to Samoa – Joe was born  in Samoa, & Amanda is a kiwi girl from the Manawatu (just north of  Wellington, NZ). That plan came to fruition in 2009, and we have never  looked back.

Kokobanana Bar & Grill

 Samoa's premier steak house offering  high quality cuts & the  freshest crayfish on island- washed down with 1 of our cocktails,  Kokobanana is hard to beat 

Things to see Around Apia

Museum of Samoa

 Cozy heritage museum in a colonial building since 1999 featuring Pacific Islands artifacts & photos. 

Palolo Deep Marine Reserve

 Swimming & snorkeling destination teeming with tropical fish & coral, with showers & gear rental. 

Papaseea Sliding Rocks

 Celebrated jungle destination featuring natural rock waterslides & swimming, plus changing rooms 

Samoa Cultural Village

 Discover Samoa's age-old culture and traditions in a fun and interactive way at the Samoa Cultural Village.  Cultural Tours start from 10:30am and go until 13:00pm every Tuesday - Friday.  Cultural tours give you a first hand experiences in weaving, umu, siapo, tatau, woodwork and siva.' 

The Vanya Taule'alo Gallery

 The Vanya Taule'alo Gallery is 4 minutes outside of Apia. We exhibit and sell
contemporary and traditional Samoan art works and handcrafts. 

Piula Cave Pool

 Piula Cave Pool is a natural freshwater pool by the sea beneath the  historic Methodist Chapel at Piula on the north coast of Upolu island in  Samoa. It is situated at Lufilufi in the political district of Atua, 26  km east from the capital Apia, along the scenic coastal road. 

Things to See - Savaii

Swimming With Turtles

 Swimming with Turtles is located in the village of Sato'alepai, Savaii. It is one of the most
common sites visited by tourists in Savaii.  

Moso's Footprint

 According to myth, Moso's Footprint in Samoa was made when the  giant Moso stepped over to Samoa from Fiji, and the other footprint can  be found on Viti Levu of Fiji. It is a 1m by 3m rock enclosure. 

Paia Dwarfs Cave

 According to belief, dwarfs still inhabit this intriguing lava tube cave
and their footprints can still be seen today. 

Alofaaga Blowholes

 These powerful blowholes are among the most spectacular on Earth, and  well worth going out of your way for. Strong waves are pushed through a  series of lava tubes, causing rip-roaring, geyser-like explosions that  shoot dozens of metres into the air. 

Falealupo Canapy Walk

 This  wobbly walk takes you across a 24m jerry-built bridge strung between  two large trees almost 10m above the rainforest floor. After you cross  the walkway to the second tree, climb via a slightly sturdier wooden  ladder to a platform up a magical, nearly 230-year-old banyan tree. 

Falealupo House of Rock

 Legend  says this site – a partially collapsed lava tube – is the result of a  house-building competition between Falealupo’s men and women, a contest  the women won; it's a symbol of motivation for Samoan women to this day.