The National Park of American Samoa is one of the newer National Parks having been established in 1988. The Samoan culture is the oldest in Polynesia and the meaning of Samoa is “sacred earth.” The National Park of American Samoa is 9,103 total acres (6,303 land acres and 2,800 marine acres—mostly coral reefs) spanning three islands. In 1993, the Samoan chiefs agreed to sign a lease with the National Park Service giving them the right to manage the land for 50 years. Remote and exotic, this National Park receives about 14,000 visitors annually.
Top Photography Locations and Sights at the National Park of American Samoa:
As photographers, we know that many of you will only have one chance in a lifetime to visit the National Parks. To make your life easier, we have compiled a list of our top photography locations and sights at National Park of American Samoa! While this is not comprehensive, and there are many more amazing sights to see, it should give you a good feel for the park.
A remote paradise, offering pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant coral reefs for visitors to explore.
A tropical gem, featuring stunning coastline, dense jungles, and cultural sites that showcase the island’s rich Polynesian heritage.
National Park of American Samoa Wildlife Photography:
National Park of American Samoa is filled with wildlife and biodiversity. If you like wildlife photography, you will love what this park has to offer!
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- National Park of American Samoa
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