Discover the best top things to do in Tutuila, American Samoa including Mount Alava, National Park of American Samoa, National Park of American Samoa Visitor Center, Tauese P.F. Sunia Ocean Center (National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa), Two Dollar Beach, Jean P. Haydon Museum.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Walk a 3 mile trail to the summit for great views of the island and harbor.
Was able to complete the in/back from Fagasa Pass in 3 hours without much time at the top. Beautiful view, still, and well maintained road/trail. No dogs, which is hard to find/ideal here, too!
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Unique park with many interesting views and beautiful scenery. Start at the visitor center, which is not particularly easy to find. If you have time, fly down to Ofu Island to see the very rugged part of the park and stay in a unique motel, far from the usual traveler.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
National Park of American Samoa Visitor Center is a nice place to visit to get information about the National Park and the history of the area. The staff is super nice and helpful. The only drawback for less ambulatory cruise ship passengers its located on the second floor with stair only access.
4.0 based on 30 reviews
The Tauese P.F. Sunia Ocean Center provides visitors and residents with the opportunity to learn about the natural and cultural resources of American Samoa and the associated National Marine Sanctuary. The state-of-the-art facility features educational exhibits and interactive learning tools to promote ocean awareness and encourage good marine stewardship. The Ocean Center was made possible through the generous support of the American Samoa Department of Commerce, Housing & Urban Development/Community Development Block Grant, American Reinvestment & Recovery Act, and the National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa (formerly known as Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary).
We almost missed this, and that would have been a loss. The small, but very helpful, staff at the ocean center gave us much and useful information (some of which was from the staff's personal experience) about bays and preserves and smaller islands. The center is well organized with helpful information to take away.
4.0 based on 66 reviews
If you come by ship, which most do, for a day at the beach this is what's it is all about, two great little beaches connected by the sand isthmus, to another island, well you will see, shade, showers, changing places, drinks, snacks and some beach food, entertainment, music, friendly folks, stuff to buy, Dollars are currency. Arrange for transport from the port and return, bigger the group the more reasonable.
3.5 based on 38 reviews
Originally a Naval Commissary during World War II, this building is now a museum with an excellent collection of Samoan artifacts and handicrafts.
It was amazing and beautiful, knowing and seeing the culture of American Samoa. The Jean P. Haydon Museum was full of olden arts and know how the American Samoa live in the olden days. There were Arts of the High Matai of American Samoa,
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