A new birdwatching and nature trail has been opened in the 2,500-hectare Uafato conservation area to add to Samoa’s list of tourist attractions. The project is an initiative of the Uafato village in partnership with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E.) and the Samoa Conservation Society (S.C.S)...The 2,500-hectare Uafato conservation area is one of the oldest geological areas in Samoa. It contains more than 380 species of plants and is a haven for six native reptiles, two flying fox species and more than 19 native birds.
March 20, 2020