American Samoa National Park, American Samoa

The American Samoa National Park is made up a of a few islands which are Ta'u, Ofu, and Tutuila. The park is located in the pacific ocean and stretches just over 21 square miles. The park contains rainforests and coral reefs and gets about 10,000 visitors a year. Aside from protecting the reefs and forests the park also strives to preserve the Samoan culture. Snorkeling in the pristine waters and hiking through the beautiful rainforest are popular activities for vistiors.

American Samoa National Park Info


American Samoa National Park

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National Park Offers Free Ranger-Led Saturday Hikes

There are six scheduled hikes that provide participants with opportunities to experience their own local national park within lush tropical rainforests with vistas that overlook Tutuila. National park rangers will lead these hikes and share a variety of fun topics about the natural and culture wonders of American Samoa.

National Park Launches Youth Essay Contest

The National Park of American Samoa has launched a youth essay contest that invites local fifth through twelfth grade students to share their National Park of American Samoa story.

Tourism to the National Park of American Samoa Creates $971,600 in Economic Benefits

A new National Park Service report shows that 13,893visitors to the National Park of American Samoa in 2015spent $795,500in villages near the park. That spending supported ninejobs in the local areaand had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $971,600.

Partnership Project Produces Largest Mamanu Siapo Since 2000

On April 7, as part of a collaborative project with the National Park of American Samoa, the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) Art Department unveiled a new eight foot by eight foot Siapo Mamanu, the largest siapo in this style to be created since 2000. 

American Samoa National Park Photos

Islands

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Islands

Islands

View from the top 2

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View from the top 2

View from the top 2

Group surveying the high ground

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Group surveying the high ground

Group surveying the high ground

View from the top

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View from the top

View from the top

Cockscomb -- Vatia, American Samoa

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Cockscomb -- Vatia, American Samoa

Vatia

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Vatia

This isn't one of the photos from the air. But in the Harbour picture you can see this rock in the background. There's a note box around it.