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American Samoa Road Maps | Tourist Travel Map of American Samoa - Great Journeys

American Samoa - A paradise in the heart of Polynesia

American Samoa is entitled as the heart of Polynesia. It’s surrounding are naturally stunning, well-known for idyllic pristine beaches, electric-blue depth for surfing and snorkeling, as well as hiking opportunities. The tropical islands are home not just to coral reefs, but volcanic mountains and trees.

It comprises of a cluster of two coral atolls - Swains, and Rose Atoll- and five volcanic islands - Tutuila, Aunu'u, Ofu, Olosega, Tau - situated in the South Pacific Ocean. Countries like Wallis and Futuna are to its west, Samoa to its northwest, Niue Island to the south and Fiji to the southwest. Among all the islands, Rose Atoll is uninhabited and is a Marine National Monument. Pago Pago is the capital.

American Samoa belongs to the United States within the geographical region of Oceania with a total land area is 76.1 square miles or 197.1 square kilometers.

The paradise enjoys a tropical climate with just the wet and dry season and an average temperature about 81°- 83° Fahrenheit or 28° Celsius all through the year. Most tourists come to enjoy it’s dry and cool season from May to October as well as the festival month and the whale season. Samoans living abroad visit home from December to January which is a peak holiday period.

On your visit, do not miss the gorgeous Ofu beach, explore Aunu’u, on foot, Tutuila’s National Park of American Samoa, Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Nu’uuli Falls, Fagatogo Market and Turtle and Shark Site on the American Samoa map.

If you're in quest of a Polynesian that's authentic, adventurous, tranquil and devoid of tourists, American Samoa is the place. What you can't see on its map is its diverse terrain that’s palm-laden even confounding map buffs with similar looking islands of Fiji and Tahiti.

American Samoa Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of American Samoa

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    Item Code : ~4691

    Scale 1:24,000. Size 147x82 cms. United States Geologic Survey edition. (see below)
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    Item Code : UHAW4690

    American Samoa and Western Samoa, Road and Reference Map. American Samoa and Western Samoa, Road and Reference Map.
    Size 35"x18". University of Hawaii Press edition. Includes the islands of Tutuila, Manu'a, 'Upolu, and Savai'i.
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    Item Code : UBDI4689

    United Business Directories edition. Map of American Samoa
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    Item Code : HEMA4692

    Western Samoa, Road and Tourist Map. Western Samoa, Road and Tourist Map.
    Scale 1:200,000. Size 28"x39". Hema edition. English text and legends.
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    Item Code : NZSL4693

    Scale 1:250,000. New Zealand Department of Survey and Land Information edition.
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    Item Code : UBDI4694

    Various scales. United Business Directories edition.
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American Samoa - A paradise in the heart of Polynesia

American Samoa is entitled as the heart of Polynesia. It’s surrounding are naturally stunning, well-known for idyllic pristine beaches, electric-blue depth for surfing and snorkeling, as well as hiking opportunities. The tropical islands are home not just to coral reefs, but volcanic mountains and trees.

It comprises of a cluster of two coral atolls - Swains, and Rose Atoll- and five volcanic islands - Tutuila, Aunu'u, Ofu, Olosega, Tau - situated in the South Pacific Ocean. Countries like Wallis and Futuna are to its west, Samoa to its northwest, Niue Island to the south and Fiji to the southwest. Among all the islands, Rose Atoll is uninhabited and is a Marine National Monument. Pago Pago is the capital.

American Samoa belongs to the United States within the geographical region of Oceania with a total land area is 76.1 square miles or 197.1 square kilometers.

The paradise enjoys a tropical climate with just the wet and dry season and an average temperature about 81°- 83° Fahrenheit or 28° Celsius all through the year. Most tourists come to enjoy it’s dry and cool season from May to October as well as the festival month and the whale season. Samoans living abroad visit home from December to January which is a peak holiday period.

On your visit, do not miss the gorgeous Ofu beach, explore Aunu’u, on foot, Tutuila’s National Park of American Samoa, Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Nu’uuli Falls, Fagatogo Market and Turtle and Shark Site on the American Samoa map.

If you're in quest of a Polynesian that's authentic, adventurous, tranquil and devoid of tourists, American Samoa is the place. What you can't see on its map is its diverse terrain that’s palm-laden even confounding map buffs with similar looking islands of Fiji and Tahiti.

American Samoa Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of American Samoa

Buy travel maps for American Samoa tourist attractions, road trips, street guide, driving directions and more

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