In the charming, quaint village of Fagali’i in Samoa is the well known Fagali Airport. This airport is owned and operated by the large Polynesian Airlines but Samoa Air has also operated from the airport. The flights from Fagali Airport commonly go to Pago Pago, American Samoa and Savai’i.
The Fagali village is small but welcoming with a population of only about 1500. The town is surrounded by incredible nature and scenic views that are common in beautiful Samoa. Fagali is on the Upolu island, which is the second largest Samoan island and has a population of about 135,000 people. The village is only about five kilometers from the larger town of Apia, the largest city in Samoa and its capital. When planning a visit to Fagali’i, visitors can get a taste of the big city in Apia, as well as the small town life and authentic culture of Fagali’i.
Fagali’i is also home to the popular Royal Samoa Golf Course. This pristine course offers nothing but blue skies and unbeatable scenery. The nine hole course is only a few miles from the Fagali’i airport, so traveling around the village is easy and convenient. The golf course is situated on what was a coconut plantation so golfers can play under tall palm trees that only accentuate the area’s natural beauty. The course is very lush and the ocean can be seen in the distance.
Fagali’i is a tropical paradise outside of the large city of Apia, Samoa. The small village has incredible lush scenery and views of the ocean, as well as a top notch airport and a beautiful golf course that is known by golfers around the world.