Upolu is the most closely populated island of Samoa. Inside the island is the BahaŽi temple with its monumental dome and the surrounding buildings with nine sides, which symbolize all together one of the nine most important religions of the world. In the east of the island is the 56 meters high Fuipisia Wasserfall. The O Le PupuŽe national park on Upolu is one few the national park in the Pacific area, in it lies the summits of the doppelkratrigen mountain Le PuŽe and Fito, with 1,100 meters the highest collection Upolus. The west Upolus consists to the majority of white sand and black rock and the Return ton Paradise beach, which was designated after the film of the same name with Gary Cooper.
Coordinates: 13°55'S 171°45'W