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Overview

Tourism is the largest single activity in Samoa, with over 100,000 visitors annually (129,000 tourist arrivals in 2010), which is more than half the population of the country. In 2009, Samoa’s tourism industry encountered major obstacles, namely the global financial crisis and the devastation of the tsunami. Despite this the industry has rebounded, making use of subsidies and concessional loan assistance from the Samoan, New Zealand and Australian governments. New Zealand and Australia are indeed the biggest source market for tourism visits. Samoa continues to be seen as an idyllic island destination, offering a picturesque landscape and white sandy beach coastline. The Samoa Tourism Authority is the government agency responsible for the sector.

Tourism and Travel organisations in Samoa
Pacific International Travel