On Tutuila, other National Natural Landmarks not within the park are Cape Taputapu, Le'ala Shoreline, Matafao Peak, and Rainmaker Mountain. 'Aunu'u Island National Natural Landmark is accessible from Tutuila via a short boat ride. Read more about the National Natural Landmarks here in American Samoa.
Fagatele Bay Trail on Tutuila can be reached by boat.
The Visitor's Bureau of American Samoa supports many attractions of interest. Visit them here.
The nation of (Western) Samoa lies 60 miles west of Tutuila. There, near the main city of Apia, are the historic home of Robert Louis Stevenson (Vailima), now a museum, and the O Le Pupu-Pu'e National Park.
Did You Know?
During the warm months of the southern hemisphere, Samoa’s humpback whales feed in the rich Antarctica waters, 3,200 miles to the south. When Antarctic's bitter winter sets in, humpbacks seek warmer waters, migrating northward, towards Australia and Tonga. At least some migrate onward to Samoa.