National Park of American Samoa, American SamoaLearn More
Although not part of the contiguous United States, American Samoa is a U.S. territory that covers seven South Pacific islands and atolls. The National Park of American Samoa is divided between the idyllic islands of Tutuila, Ta‘ū, and Ofu. It’s the only national park that can be found south of the equator, and no other park can quite compete with its raw, tropical beauty. Sprawling across 13,500 acres, some 4,000 acres of the park are completely underwater, comprising ocean and coral reefs. The park preserves the only mixed-species paleotropical rainforest in the United States and is bursting to life with rare bat species, native reptiles, and diverse marine life. Popular outdoor adventures include snorkeling along the coral reefs and soaking up the sun on pristine white sand beaches. Visitors can also skip the hotel and participate in the park’s homestay program to learn more about local Samoan culture.
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