The best outdoor activities at this park include nature study of tropical wildlife and coral reef marine habitats, and enjoying the many outstanding island and sea landscapes.
National parklands on Ofu lie along the southeast coast. Here, you will find coconut palms swaying in the warm ocean breeze along secluded beaches. Bring snorkeling gear to observe hundres of species of fish, corals, other marine life in its reef. From Ofu, cross the bridge to visit the tropical rainforest-cloaked Olosega.
Did You Know?
Within the park, near Ofu beach, the To’aga archeological site has evidence of more than 3,000 years of continuous human occupancy. Modern descendants still reside nearby at Ofu village.