Namua is one of four small islands in the Aleipata Islands, off the east coast of Upolu island in Samoa. The island is a 10-minute boat ride from Upolu and has beach fale accommodation for visitors. There are lookouts and it takes about an hour to walk around the island.
The island now has a small resort on it. The flat area facing west and sheltered from the Trade Winds is grassed and there are several fales for visitors.
Namua Island Beach Fales resort - (685) 7510231; 7588209 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Long-tailed cuckoo/Aleva (Eudynamys taitensis) A single feather of this species was found on the summit of Namu’a I in Jun 2003.
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