Family looks for different tourism experience

By Anina Kazaz 24 August 2018, 12:00AM

First time visitors to Samoa, the Vincent family from Tasmania, Australia is in awe of the culture, people and the natural scenery of Samoa. 

Richard and Trish, together with their son James flew to Samoa for a different experience because they have been to Fiji, New Zealand and the Cook Islands, but they still wanted to explore more of what the Pacific region has to offer. 

They arrived last week Friday and another reason for their visit is to get away from the winter back home. 

While they are here for Samoa’s warm climate and culture, trips as such allows the Vincent family to strengthen their family bond. 

“Here it seems a bit more organised and cleaner I think,” Trish shared comparing Samoa to Fiji.

They visited the To Sua Ocean Trench, which according to them has been wonderful.

“We have seen lovely beaches around the eastern corner. We have been very impressed with the countryside which is very lush and beautiful,” she said.

“The people are just lovely, beautiful and very friendly, we felt very safe and welcomed here.

“This trip has been better than we thought. It is the climate, the people, their way of life and the resorts that made our stay enjoyable.”

The family has enjoyed everything about Samoa, including the service and the food. 

“The food was nice from all over the world, we were happy with the choices.”

Trish said they made a great choice as a family to visit Samoa.

By Anina Kazaz 24 August 2018, 12:00AM

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