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Specifics of car rental process in Samoa
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The car reservation process consists of 3 simple steps: (1) search for available cars for your dates in Samoa; (2) select your car type; and (3) fill in the booking forms. Once the reservation is completed, you will receive a confirmation voucher to your email address. During the booking process, please check your rental conditions.

To pick up your car at the rental point in Samoa, you need to provide our confirmation voucher, your driving license and a valid credit card.

The final payment is normally carried out at the pick-up point. Our car hire points in Samoa accept VISA, MasterCard, etc - please check your rental conditions.

At the pick-up point, please read the handling manual and check the car for present defects. wishes you a pleasant journey to Samoa!

Frequently asked questions on the rental process

The car hire reservation system allows renting a vehicle in Samoa within 10 minutes. Our largest database of car suppliers enables us to provide you a rental car in Samoa at the cheapest rate ever possible. At rental locations in Samoa we offer the following car sizes: mini, compact, economy, standard, premium and luxury. The following car types are available in Samoa: Sedan, Hatchback, Jeep, Cabriolet, Coupe, Minivan and Minibus.
Exploring Samoa with a rented car
The picturesque volcanic archipelago consisting of six islands is a wonderful destination for everyone who likes exploring wild areas untouched by the human, admire gorgeous mountains that reach azure skies, and relax at secluded beaches. Here, tourists can get to the top of a volcano, get acquainted with the lifestyle of islanders, try exotic local cuisine, and admire historic landmarks of the colonial period.

As scientists think, first settlers appeared on the Samoan Islands already in the 5th century. The Lapita people were the original inhabitants of the area. However, some archaeological findings suggest that there were people before the Lapita on the islands. Nowadays, the archipelago is considered the birthplace of the inimitable Polynesian culture. There is very little information about the islands until the period of European colonization. Famous Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen was the first discoverer of Samoa. His crew reached the island in 1722.

First European migrants started appearing on the islands only at the beginning of the 19th century. For many years, hostile indigenous tribes fought with colonizers from France, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States. In 1899, the United States and Germany established their reign on the islands, dividing their territory into two parts. Everything changed in 1914 when New Zealand’s troops suddenly entered the archipelago. New Zealand easily conquered the island country. Samoa managed to regain its independence only in 1962.

Nowadays, the picturesque city of Apia is the capital of the independent country. It is situated in a bay with the same name. This is an attractive and modern city with many high-quality hotels, restaurants, and entertainment centers. For tourists, it is also very interesting to visit the historic district of Malinuu. It is very comfortable to explore it on foot. Among the most notable historic landmarks, it is important to mention the attractive parliament building and the old observatory that is now the office of the local weather station. There are also numerous small markets where visitors can buy quality souvenirs and national delicacies close to the historic district.

Does it sound appealing to get acquainted with the culture and traditions of islanders? Then simply head to Upolu Island that is famous not only for its natural beauty but also for its artisan and cultural centers. There are art centers in different parts of the country. Visitors can look at gorgeous and skillfully made paintings and other artworks and buy the items they like. Stevenson Museum remains the most visited cultural venue on Upolu. The venue features a rich collection of books. Once the excursion is over, guests can head to the Paradise Beach that is suitable not only for beach recreation but also scuba diving.

Savai’i is one of the least populated islands of the archipelago. This is an excellent destination for admiring beautiful nature and relaxing in a secluded atmosphere. This island is rich in wild beaches that border with pristine tropical forests. Together with a guide, tourists can look at all signature natural landmarks of the island, such as Mu Pagoa Waterfall, Letui Caves, and the Pulemelei mound (or Tia Seu Ancient Mound).

The small island of Manono is not deprived of its own attractive peculiarities. This island doesn’t have any kind of transport, and this fact helps to maintain high environmental index and amazing tranquility. Just like many centuries ago, local people live in traditional fale houses and mostly do different crafts. As the island is small, it is comfortable to explore it on foot. Its coastline has many charming wild beaches.

Apolima is the least populated and least visited island in Samoa. This is literally a petrified volcano crater. There is only one village in Apolima with approximately 150 residents. If you have always dreamt of staying in a remote place in complete isolation, this is a real chance to make that dream come true. The island offers unique landscapes of volcanic origin.

Apia, the capital of the country, is the largest port in Samoa. The city’s port regularly accepts ships from the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Fiji. Australia and New Zealand have regular air connection with Samoa – local air carriers Air New Zealand and Virgin Blue offer flights to the islands. There are also direct flights to the islands from Guam and the United States (Lost Angeles Airport). The flight from the U.S. is considered the cheapest way to reach the island country. Some tourists prefer to fly to Nadi Airport in Fiji and then take a ship to Samoa.

Read further: Cities and sights of Samoa
Car hire in Samoa
 » Apia: 3 rental offices
 » Faleolo: 1 rental office
Rental hints
It is recommended to bring both the international and national driving licenses. In case the international driving license is not available, the national one should duplicate your first and last names in Latin alphabet.
If the car should be returned with a full tank of fuel, leave your hotel 10 minutes earlier and visit a petrol station prior to returning the vehicle. - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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