- Address: Tiavi, Upolu, Samoa
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300 years ago, the last lava flow on Upolu occurred, and a Banyan tree began to grow. Lupe Sina Treesort was started in 2011 in that same tree, which is now 180 feet tall and 149 feet around. The owners are Americans that fell in love with Samoa 20 years ago and moved over to Samoa in 2009 to run and operate a resort in Salepaga. 7 months later, the tsunami destroyed their establishment but not their love for the country. They found a perfect spot in the rainforest of Upolu at Tiavi and built their home. Jack, a 4th generation contractor and designer/architect, looked at this huge banyan tree and decided to build a Treehouse. And Lupe Sina Treesort was born.
Lupe Sina is a Samoan word meaning “white dove”. The beautiful white doves, which nest in the branches of the ancient banyan trees, discovered long ago what makes this peaceful and secluded piece of paradise so inviting.
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