National Parks in Australia and Pacific
Part of the remote Falealupo Peninsula is a lush rainforest preserve, which protects some of Samoa's unique vegetation as well as fruit bats and a variety of birds. There is a wobbly walkway, which is strung 9m above the jungle floor and leads up into a gigant banyan tree (look hard for the small people in the picture). You can then climb to the top of the jungle canopy via a narrow stairway. The entrance ticket also covers two other sights on the peninsula; namely Moso's Footprint (a lava formation) and Rock House (two lava tubes).