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Falealupo Canopy Walk, Savai'i

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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2.3/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
View the Falealupo Rainforest Preserve from the treetops with Falealupo Canopy Walk, a hanging bridge leading through the branches of giant banyan trees. People with a fear of heights might want to avoid this attraction, but others can feel free to stop on the walkway and enjoy the view. Try to spot birds and lizards in the branches, and then ask your guide about the forest's legends. You will hear stories of the gateway to the underworld at the peninsula's point, or a story of Tilafaiga, the mother and creator of Samoan tattoos. Plan to see Falealupo Canopy Walk and other attractions that appeal to you using our Savai'i vacation planner.
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  • Was good to see and walk this bridge not for the faint hearted. and when you reach the other side a few windy steps to climb. 
  • Not really secure really expensive move. Attention if you want to see it, starting with the canopy, especially not by the foot, or the cave because a girl ask $25 per person supposedly non-refundable... Maismfaut stress .mLa canopy what's just right scales suspended with wooden top planks. Not really safe. The view is nice but nothing more.
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  • Savaii does not offer a lot of "tourist attractions" so you need to be careful not to be underwelmed and accept things like this for what they are....a good attempt by locals to offer something differ...  read more »