What an amazing time we have been having since our borders opened on the 1st August 2022.Read More
We have been welcoming back family and friends from around the world, and it has been a touching time for all of us here at Taumeasina Island Resort.
We are fortunate to have been visited by Riverdale’s KJ Apa, who hails from the village Moata’a where the beautiful Taumeasina Island Resort is located. KJ was accompanied by girlfriend, baby and family, as well as co-star Charles Melton. What an...
Today, August 30th, 2022, Taumeasina Island Resort were proud to host a buffet lunch at Mapuifagalele Home for the Aged.
Mapuifagalele Home for the Aged plays a critical role in the care of Samoa’s elderly population. Managed by the Little Sisters of the Poor, Mapuifagalele Home has a special place in the heart of Taumeasina Island Resort. With a brief interruption caused by the COVID pandemic and subsequent border closures, Taumeasina Island Resort has made annual contributions to the...Read More
As Samoa welcomes its first overseas visitors now that our borders are open, we at Taumeasina Island Resort are very privileged to be welcoming back the Right Honourable Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern, and her Cabinet Ministers Hon. Carmel Sepuloni and also Hon. Aupito Sua Tofae Su’a Sio William, along with the delegation of VIPs from New Zealand.
We are so happy to be able to welcome back these guests today, as well as many others to come.
The long wait is finally over…...Read More
The Legend Of Sina and The Eel
The myth of Sina and the Eel tells the tale of how the first coconut tree came to the islands.
The legend tells of a beautiful girl called Sina, from the island of Savaii, who had a small pet eel. When the eel grew, it fell in love with Sina. This made Sina afraid so she tried to run away, but the eel followed her. Sina finally sought refuge in Moata’a, where Taumeasina is located today. Sina thought she had finally escaped and one day when gathering...Read More
We asked our Brand Ambassador, former all blacks legend, Sir Michael Jones a few questions about beautiful Samoa and Taumeasina Island Resort. Sir Michael Jone's family origins are deeply rooted in the village of Moata’a, where Taumeasina Island Resort is located.
1 – What would you recommend as the must see tourist attraction in Samoa for first time visitors?
Robert Louis Stevenson homestead and Gravesite, a wonderful celebration of the famed Scottish writer affectionately...Read More