With rainforests, tropical wildlife, secluded villages, and coral-sand beaches, this remote and relatively new park is a find for adventurous travelers. Situated on three of American Samoa’s islands, the park lacks the visitor facilities of more established sites, but offers much to travelers willing to do a little extra planning. Enjoy uncrowded beaches, stunning hikes, exotic birdwatching, a view into Samoan culture, and opportunities to snorkel among more than 950 species of fish and 250 types of coral.

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