Things To Know Before You Come
Unless you live in American Samoa a visit to this park requires some thought before you set out. This web site can answer most things you need to know. Web pages here have information on directions to get here, immigration and customs requirements, and links to local tourist bureaus.
The site also has in-depth natural history, and local cultural information and knowledge. (See Natural History Guide to American Samoa)
If you can't find necessary answers there is a "contact us" link to our park staff in Samoa, or as e-mail links to the volunteers and staff who keep this site current.
Did You Know?
The local kingfisher of Samoa, the 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 tlelphone wire scanning the ground for insects.