Samoa considered a safe destination by visitors and always open for business
Visitors to Samoa from around the world have acknowledged the beauty of Samoa, from its green lush environment to its delicious cuisine and friendly people with a unique culture.
Following the measles epidemic at the end of last year, visitors are progressively visiting again as Samoa continues to open for business.
Travellers are ensured that Samoa is safe to travel and still open for business.
“The Tourism Industry businesses are gradually recoverying following the devastating effects of the epidemic with alot of holiday specials offered for everyone.” Said the CEO of the Samoa Tourism Authority, Faamatuainu Lenata’i Suifua.
“We are working in partnership with the Industry in the measles recovery efforts to gain a full understanding of the social and economic impacts.”
Travellers however still did visit during the festive season, with friends and relatives providing moral and financial support for their families back home.
Hear it from the tourists on island themselves, Samoa is a safe place to travel and offers an exciting array of activities, natural wonders and cultural experiences on here - https://www.facebook.com/SamoaTourismAuthority/videos/478657672842221/.
Some of the general visitors shared their positive experience with Samoa Tourism Authority.
“If you don’t stay in a beach fale while you are in beautiful Samoa you are missing out, said Petra Chavila,” one of the visitors from Europe. “This is such a beautiful experience,” she added.
Read more about staying in a Fale on here - https://www.samoa.travel/stories/fales/
Representatives for Samoa Tourism in its overseas source markets including the major ones of NZ and Australia havebeen carrying out measles recovery marketing campaigns since the beginning of the year.
Efforts at the moment are now focussed on ensuring that the Coronavirus does not enter the shores of Samoa, in which travellers from countries with confirmed imported cases of the Coronavirus will require to present a printed medical clearance from their doctor three (3) days prior travelling to Samoa.
All travelling passengers infllight or on arrival to Samoa are required to fill out a Special Health Declaration Form.
The Government is taking no chances in its efforts to ensure that the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) does notenter its shores, following the recent epidemic.
These requirements are have now been in effect.
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