American Samoa (USA)

Truth be told, American Samoa is not a known as a popular tourist destination. Most people that visit are usually only passing through as a day stop on a cruise. However, there is so much more to this southern Pacific island than just grabbing a few trinkets and souvenirs.

The territory is made up of five islands: Tutuila, Aunu’u, Ta’u, Ofu, and Olosega. Each of them are worth visiting. Most people that visit frequent the island of Tutuila where the international airport is located. But, the National Park of American Samoa is a truly unique and amazing place that covers land on Tutuila, Ofu, and Ta’u. Aside from its amazing landscape and array of wildlife, it is unique because the land isn’t federally owned. Rather, it is leased from the families who own it. It not only promotes a healthy relationship with the locals and the federal government, it preserves the incredible Samoan heritage that has existed here for hundreds of years.

So, don’t come looking for five star resorts and bustling cities. Rather, be ready for a calm, low-key visit that only a quaint island territory can offer.

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