Short URL: https://tnot.es/AS
Six Polynesian islands, below the Equator, comprise the
southern-most territory of the United States.
Welcome to American Samoa.
American Samoa Travel and Tourist Information
with links to official travel and tourism websites and state resources
for visitors to American Samoa.
Accommodation in American
Samoa, American Samoa, Manua
Pago, Tutuila Island,
Visiting American Samoa, Western
Hotels in American Samoa.
Unlike many island resort locations in the South Pacific, American
Samoa has striven to manage its resources and maintain its scenic beauty in the most
pristine condition possible.
As zoning is very strictly enforced tall, high-rise hotels
and condominium buildings are not allowed to be built on the waterfront.
Weather in The Pacific:
Local weather forecasts for destinations around the Pacific region.
American Samoa's islands are located in the
heart of Polynesia, with Hawaii, Rapanui (Easter Island) and New Zealand
making up the three points of the Polynesian triangle.
Samoa Visitors Bureau:
Visit American Samoa today and immerse yourself in an untouched island paradise.
The Airline of Samoa has daily scheduled flights between American Samoa and Western Samoa,
with connections from Western Samoa to Hawaii, Los Angeles, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand.
Tutuila is the largest and most populated island, with a rugged
coast and few secluded beaches.
The mountain backdrop is steep and covered in tropical rain forest.
Official Hotel Websites and Social Media Contacts
Click on the hotel photo to go
direct to the official hotel website.
Where to Stay on Tutuila Island
999 Ottoville Road, Pago Pago,
Tradewinds Hotel is a tropical haven where guests
can find peace and relaxation in style and comfort, with a superior
service reflecting the spirit of American Samoa.
Located on the beautiful island of Tutuila,
Tradewinds Hotel provides guests with a restaurant, bar, Internet café,
outdoor swimming pool and fitness room; just in case you can't relax.
Guests at the
Tradewinds Hotel liked the fantastic bar, wonderful staff and clean
Add Hotel Review.
Pago Pago was the setting for Somerset Maughan's short story,
A collapsed volcanic crater makes an ideal deep-sea harbour for the capital of American
Pago Pago airport is situated on the south coast of Tutuila Island, about 25-minutes drive
from Pago Town.
The Samoan village leaders and the U.S. Congress have set aside the
finest samples of the islands' land and seascapes as a national park.
National Park of American
Located in Pago Pago, the two rain forest preserves and coral reef are home to unique
tropical animals including the Flying Fox, Pacific Boa, sea turtles, and an array of birds
The Manu'a Group of islands lie about 100km east of Tutuila.
Ta'u, half National Park and spiritual centre of Polynesia, is the
largest of the three islands (and furthest from Tutuila Island) but many travellers prefer
the smaller islands of Ofu (wonderful sandy beach) and Olosega; which are conveniently
connected by bridge.
With an Internet presence since 1995, the Samoa Gallery is an appreciation of fa'a Samoa -
the Samoan way.
John Newton created this resource as a community effort to bring quality
information about American Samoa to potential visitors and give the
local tourism stakeholders an opportunity to participate.
Pago Pago Business Directory:
Easily find most phone numbers in American Samoa.
The official webpage of the American Samoa government.
Samoa News Online:
American Samoa's daily newspaper.
American Samoans have a rich language that remains the main language of the people.
English is the second language - spoken by all the islanders.
Samoan weddings are generally a huge social event. Following the wedding service, a
reception is usually held outdoors, because there's a lack of large enough facilities in
Fa'asamoa has kept Samoans strongly nationalistic, and suspicious to changes that might
threaten the traditional structure of their way of life.
Western Samoa @ Travel Notes:
Western Samoa consists of two large islands, Savai'i and Upolu, and seven smaller islands.
Oceania Index - Oceania Tourism -
Oceania Travel Websites.
If you find Travel Notes useful, please take a moment to like us on
Facebook and share with your friends on social media.