• Fa'asamoa

    National Park of American Samoa

    American Samoa

Things To Know Before You Come

Rainmaker Mountain
Pioa Mountain, popularly known as Rainmaker Mountain at 1,718 ft / 523 m.
NPS / Michael Larson

Unless you live in American Samoa, a visit to this park requires some thought before you set out. This web site can assist you in planning your visit. Many web pages have information on how to get here, immigration and customs requirements, and information on the natural and culture significance of the islands.

If you can't find what you're looking for, click the Contact Us link on the left navigation and email or call one of our park rangers.

We look forward to your visit to the National Park of American Samoa.

Did You Know?

Pola Islands are a dominant feature of Tutuila Island’s rugged north coastline

American Samoa, the only U.S. territory south of the Equator, consists of 10 rugged, highly eroded volcanic islands (five inhabited) and two coral atolls (one inhabited). The land area of the territory is 76 square miles.