Samoa is an independent island nation in the South Pacific, in Polynesia. The country is spread over four inhabited and several uninhabited islands, with a total area of 2842 square kilometers. The two main islands are of volcanic origin, Savai'i, and Upolu, and are home to a majority of about 200,000 inhabitants. The Samoans, although they accepted Christianity, have managed to preserve their culture and traditional way of life so, you will see many locals with traditional tattoos wearing traditional clothes. In short, Samoa is an unspoiled, beautiful corner of the Earth that has a lot to offer.