The Aleipata Tourism Alliance (ATA) draws its 22 members from the District of Aleipata that is located at the southern end of the Island of Upolu in Samoa. For the purpose of this website the Aleipata Region is that stretch of the coast line from Tiavea in the east to Matatufu in the west. Aleipata contains world-class stunning beaches and off-shore islands. Home to a Marine Conservation Area and the famous Lalomanu Beach often voted in the top 5 in the South Pacific. The majority of the membership are owners of budget accommodations, namely beach fales that fringe the shoreline; and providers of other tourist oriented services. Some beach fales do not have a restaurant and therefore welcome day visitors only.
The national statistics show that the highest number of visitors to Samoa go to Aleipata.
The purpose of this site is to provide direction to locations of accommodations relative to each other. Rather than describing in details tourist properties at Aleipata, you will be given the contact details by accommodation and or the links to properties that have websites.