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Pola Ridge forest, part of the National Park of American Samoa
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What’s in a name? Samoa means “Sacred Earth.”

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Crystal clear water at Fatu ma Futi, which are two rocks also known as "the flowerpots"

Fatu ma Futi

Swim between these two sea stacks, or rock islands, near the entrance to Pago Pago Harbor and learn the legend of how they got there.

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The National Natural Landmark known as Rainmaker Mountain

Rainmaker Mountain

The best way to view this American Samoan landmark, which overlooks Pago Pago Harbor, is on a hike up Mount Alava across the way.

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Ofu Beach

For a real retreat, head to Ofu in the Manu’a Islands, believed to have the most beautiful beach in all of American Samoa.

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Fagatogo Market

Purchase fresh-caught fish, browse the fruit and vegetable stalls and enjoy live gospel music at Fagatogo Market, where American Samoan culture is on proud display.

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Tauese P.F. Sunia Ocean Center

To immerse yourself in the territory’s aquatic life and resources, visit the Tauese P.F. Sunia Ocean Center operated by the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa.

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Hot Air Balloon flying over Asheville, North California
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Experience Samoa Americana

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