The National Park of American Samoa can be a wonderland of exploration and understanding for children of all ages. Kids visiting with their families can hike and explore (with adult supervision) any of our short trails or beautiful beaches. Learning about the Samoan culture can also be a unique opportunity for children. Students and youth groups are often involved in field trips in the park. Sometimes lead by group leaders, but often by park rangers, these students learn about the terrestrial, marine and cultural resources preserved in the park.
Did You Know?
The white-collared kingfisher very seldom preys on fishes. Insects are its principal food and it can often be seen perched in a tree or on a telephone wire scanning the ground for insects.