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Falealupo Canopy Walk

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Falealupo Village, Savai'i, Samoa
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Scary but fun

The bridge was a bit scary as it was literally made out of metal ladders with wood on it tied to a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Kristina C
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Wakefield, Rhode Island
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The walk to the swinging bridge that is the canopy walk is short. The stairs up to the walk and the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Sandeep P
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Samoa
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Falealupo Village, Savai'i, Samoa

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The bridge was a bit scary as it was literally made out of metal ladders with wood on it tied to a grea but it was short and fun. The view at the top was amazing but the way up is very narrow not much...More

Thank Kristina C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The walk to the swinging bridge that is the canopy walk is short. The stairs up to the walk and the look out point are bit narrow and some people might not fit. The view from the top lookout point is amazing.

Thank Sandeep P
Reviewed 20 October 2017 via mobile

Nice short walk through the rain forest, rest room provided and also short climb up to cross over the canopy I would have thought it could go longer but it was enough, the fee covers for another site situated down the road

Thank Kyla K
Reviewed 12 October 2017

The canopy walk is a great experience - a bit disappointed at the hosts that could have provided a bit more history about the place - paid $20 tala each so would have expected a bit more

1  Thank Torise F
Reviewed 24 September 2017

This is a fun activity for anyone-not too strenuous. The vegetation is so green and lush. Also nice and cool in the shade on a hot day.

1  Thank Elizebeth B
Reviewed 20 September 2017

bridge is wobbly and the wee stair climb at the end is great - view is OK. Not worth the $20. Dont bother with Mose's footprint the lady who took us for this was only interested in taking our money and when she found out...More

Thank RachelJ535
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

Its a little walk to the bridge and upto the bridge but great to do. We were a family group of 20 something of us that went aged between 7yo to 70yo and we all did it. The bridge swings a lot 😁

1  Thank Krystel M
Reviewed 13 September 2017

I had high expectations of the walk, i thought it would be a very long swing bridge or two and then you keep progressing up and up. Once i passed the swing bridge, i thought "wow that was seriously it". if you have the time...More

Thank RSB0602
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

Firstly it takes forever to drive there and secondly when I asked to local man how long it takes he said 1 hour. Well I was pretty shocked to find one swing bridge and one tree to climb. Took all of 15 minutes and most...More

Thank Danni H
Reviewed 6 September 2017

This is a great attraction run by villagers for village funds, as are many attractions on Savai'i. For S$10 per person, you're taken a short walk into the forest. Your guide takes you to an aluminium serial staircase wrapped around a large tree. At the...More

1  Thank David L
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Kapeneta P
6 May 2016|
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Response from Ian W |
It's 20 Tala, but that also includes entry to the Giant's Footprint and the house of rock which is nearby. The money seemed to go to the visitors so didn't complain.
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