Plan Your Visit

Photos showing of a White-collared Kingfisher, Clownfish, Fruit Bat, Taupo and Manaia

The national park preserves the only mixed-species tropical rainforest, coral reefs, habitat of fruit bats, and the Samoan culture

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Enjoy this national park in the heart of the South Pacific!

Come explore them with us!

Located some 2,600 miles southwest of Hawai'i, this is one of the most remote national park's in the United States. You will not find the usual facilities of most national parks. Instead, with a bit of the explorer's spirit, you will discover secluded villages, rare plants and animals, coral sand beaches, and vistas of land and sea.

The national park includes sections of three islands—Tutuila, Ta'ū, and Ofu. Almost all of the land area of these volcanic islands—from the mountaintops to the coast—is tropical rainforest. About 4,000 acres of the national park is underwater, offshore from all three islands.

The national park headquarters and visitor center is open on weekdays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Closed on weekends and federal holidays. Located in Pago Pago, across from the Pago Way Service Station. Park rangers are available throughout the day to help you plan a safe and memorable visit to the national park.

The National Park of American Samoa's Visitor Guide (pdf format) includes additional trip planning information. You may also send us inquiries through email at npsa_info@nps.gov, or reach us at (684) 633-7082, ext. 22.

 

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