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All reviews scared of heights spiral staircase banyan tree rock house awesome views short walk per person other attractions suspended walkway strangler fig lookout point across the bridge surrounding forest entrance fee paid tala great attraction be careful
Should of read more more reviews before going.
Honestly if this was free it would of been vaguely worth the long drive across the island. However, for 20 tala each, it is no way worth it. Canopy walkway is incorrect, it should be max 5...More
This was so exciting and scary for me as I am terrified of heights. Going up the stairs was easy however walking across the narrow platform was the challenge. After some encouragement from my friends, I shook my way over to the other side! Please...More
The place is really easy to find, parking is plentiful and the ‘information centre’ is full of locals who are more than happy to help.
It was $20 tala to enter which seemed exorbitant given what I’d read but I thought I’d give it a...More
Short walk to stairway to heaven. The swing bridge was terrific, you then walked to the top for a fantastic view in every direction. The walk down through the strangler fig was amazing. No need for the gym tonight
For $20 tala you're supporting ecotourism in Samoa, which is why this whole area wasn't logged to pay for a new school. That's what you're paying for, so just do it. It's well worth it for the tree house part alone.
This attraction is not what we expected.
You climb up a spiral staircase to maybe 20m off the ground and walk across a suspended walkway of maybe 30m in length to a large tree with wooden steps up it. And that’s it!
For 20tala each....More
Cost is 20 tala which includes another 2 attractions (Moso’s footprint and House of Rock). I’ve got to say I wasn’t blown away by the experience so treated it more as way to support the local community. The staircase is pretty high but once up...More