Lodging is available on all islands except Olosega. Homestay lodging is the only type available on Ta'u.
Camping is prohibited within the park.
The Samoan people are hospitable and eager to share their culture with park visitors. For a cultural experience visitors should consider staying with local families in their fale or house. This unique opportunity will allow you to learn and experience the Samoan culture and lifestyle first-hand, as well as assisting the village economy. Homestays programs can be arranged on Tutuila, Ofu, and Ta'u. Contact the visitor center for more information.
Did You Know?
Coral reefs in American Samoa and Guam (with more than 250 coral species) have the greatest coral biodiversity of any United States national park site.