National Park of American Samoa

Among the most important features for the visitor to see is the American Samoa National Park. Be sure to make arrangements to visit the National Park. Take your camera and hiking gear.

Wikipedia says “The National Park of American Samoa is a national park in the United States territory of American Samoa, distributed across three islands: Tutuila, Ofu, and Ta‘ū. The park preserves and protects coral reefs, tropical rainforests, fruit bats, and the Samoan culture. Popular activities include hiking and snorkeling. Of the park’s 8,257 acres, 2,500 acres is coral reefs and ocean. The park is the only American National Park Service system unit south of the equator.”  Click here to read more of what Wikipedia has to say about the American Samoa National Park.

National Park Visitor Guide is a treasure trove of information on American Samoa.

National Park Hiking

The National Park of American Samoa offers a variety of hikes for all abilities. Enjoy experiences that include tropical rainforests, beach walks, and steep panoramic vistas. Whether you need solitude, wildlife sightings, or are interested in history and culture, there is a hike for all interests. Check out our Day Hikes brochure for more information and options throughout American Samoa’s islands.

Click here to visit the National Park Service website for the American Samoa National Park.

National Park Sign
National Park Sign
Manuma Multi-Color Dove
Manuma Multi-Color Dove

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