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My family live next to the property the mound is on and my father grew up here as a kid. Despite that - the jungle has completely swallowed the mound and it it still took two day to find. My cousin took us on the...More
I followed the basic instructions to get there, but I could find only the beginning of the path. After the first creek the path just disappear into a thick intimidating forest. The path is totally overgrown. It totally doesn't exists anymore, I was insistent in...More
Understanding the significance of this place is what draw me to it. Unfortunately there was no one there when we went to help guide us around the place. For anyone who didn't know anything about it, it would be hard to see why they should...More
The track was a dead end so after talking to some locals at the waterfall we hired a local guide. After a 2 hour hike through the jungle with the guide bush wacking we realised he had no idea where it was. So 4 hours...More
Pretty cool that we had these ancient mounds in Samoa but I asked my mum (I'm half Samoan) to ask a local lady living there what she knew about the history or any legends of this place and she didn't know anything. I think there...More
Both the trek through the jungle to the Pulemelei Ancient Mound and the Mound itself were totally unforgettable experiences. The view was incredible and the history of the place was just fascinating. I would definitely recommend, but consider having a local guide as the trek...More