About the Map
This map of Samoa (formerly Western Samoa) displays towns, villages, roads, water, satellite imagery, and elevation. Samoa consists of two islands (Savaii and Upolu) in the South Pacific Ocean.
It occupies an area of 2,842 square kilometers (1,097 sq mi), which is similar in size to Hong Kong. The capital and most populous city is Apia, situated on the northern shore of the island of Upolu
Samoa is situated in the southern hemisphere near American Samoa, about halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand. Savaii is the largest island of Samoa and contains its highest peak, Mount Silisili. Upolu Island is a massive basaltic shield volcano, which contained the capital city and Faleolo International Airport.
|Upolu (Main Island) |
Savaii (Main Island)
Towns, villages, and populated places
|South Pacific Ocean |
|Vaiola River |
|Mount Silisili (Highest Peak) |
|Faleolo International Airport |
Major Highways and Roads