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My husband and I stopped at the fields as part of our day trip with Chef John Tours on Savai'i. It is definitely worth seeing the devastation the volcano caused - especially the half buried church ruins.
entry is 5tala per person, free to park. small but informative kiosk at entrance, with posters detailing history etc. ... only visited the main church but there are 2 others nearby, less impressive. It's a 10 min walk to the virgin's grave which is ok...More
The day we arrived to see the lava fields was an exceptionally wet day. The local ladies lent us two umbrellas but there were five of us so it was a very wet stop. We were literally soaked to the skin. We were accompanied by...More
Saleaula lava fields are are another piece of Savaii’s amazing natural scenery... crazy to see effects of eruption 100 years on... can even see corrugations where church roof fell on molten lava... informative tour guide... recommend staying next door at Bayview Resort for full lava...More
We saw some lava fields on the other island of Samoa which look similar to this one. Tho the lava flowing into the church is pretty cool. Doesn't take long to check out the grave and the church, but for just 10 tala each I...More
There's a little house with some information about the Lava Fields which was neat and helpful! A woman escorted us through and relayed the story of what happened, it was so sunny she even got an umbrella for us to use - what great service!
The lava fields are an amazing part of Samoan history and hauntingly beautiful. We had a lovely guide who shared the rich history of this place, taking us to the church and the virgin grave. The lava flow itself is intetesting to look at with...More