American Samoa National Park is situated in the United Stated territory of American Samoa, spanning three islands; Tutuila, Ofu and Ta’u. The park is home to coral reefs, tropical rain forests, fruit bats, rugged cliffs, glistening beaches, unique birds and fish and the Samoan culture. American Samoa consists of five inhabited volcanic islands covered in tropical rain forest.
The park provides habitat to American Samoa’s singular native land mammal, the flying fox and its only snake species, the Pacific boa. Birds and marine life is found in abundance in the park. The coral reef sustain close to 900 species of fish, an assortment of seabirds and shorebirds, such as noddies, terns, frigate birds, rails, plovers, honeyeater and the Pacific pigeon.
Around 450 species of plants grow in the rain forest. In addition to its natural resources, the park preserves Samoan cultural sites and artifacts.
The top 5 best rated things to do in American Samoa National park include:
3. Scenic Drives
5. Wildlife Watching