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General Info
America Samoa is a collection of seven islands administered by the USA since 1899 and is situated about 100km to the south east of Independent Samoa with which it shares its history and culture. Th... More
American Samoa
The islands of American Samoa have a total land area of 76 square miles. Tutuila contains about two thirds of the total area and is home to 95% of the 65,000 islanders. American Samoa is located 14 de... More
Demographics
American Samoa's total land area is 76 square miles. Tutuila, the main island where Pago Pago Bay is located, has a land area of 54 square miles, with its highest peak, Mt. Matafao, rising 2,142 feet ... More
History
Most Archaeologists believe the first Polynesians settled in what is now American Samoa around 600 B.C. By that time, Polynesians had established themselves on the eastern tip of Tutuila island in the... More
ACTIVITIES
There are a number of recreational options including snorkelling, swimming, sailing, waterskiing, scuba diving, golf, tennis, rugby, cricket, nature walks and visiting historical archaeological sites.... More
Nature
In Fagatele Bay Marine sanctuary the steep volcanic slopes contain some of the rarest Paleo-tropical rainforest. Large fruit bats or flying fox patrol the jungles and huge seabirds can be seen nesting... More
Population
The population of American Samoa is 65.500 (est. July 2005) Most of the population live on Tutuila. Approximately 2,000 people live on the island of the Manu'a Group. American Samoan's are classified ... More
The sights
Mt. Alava provides stunning views of the harbour which is the steep sided crater of an ancient volcano, the seaward side of which has collapsed to allow the sea to enter and form the mouth of the harb... More
FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT
Live bands and traditional dancing are offered in some of the hotels. You can also attend a Samoan party and feast on delicious suckling pig, chicken and fish served on banana leaf plates, or visit th... More
GETTING AROUND
Taxis and rental cars are available. A fleet of ‘aiga’, local family buses, run unscheduled services. Driving is on the right hand side and most car rental companies require drivers to be at least 18 ... More