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American Samoa’s Public Park Facilities Get Facelift

Public facilities in three of American Samoa’s most popular parks, Utulei Beach Park, Lions Park and Onesosopo Park are getting renovated. Utulei Beach Park restrooms have new tiling, toilets and urinals and the shower has been moved for better access. Lions and Onesosopo Parks will also receive new toilets and urinals. The three parks are popular venues for reunions, ... read more

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American Samoa Attends South Pacific Tourism Exchange & Samoa Tourism Exchange

The American Samoa Visitors Bureau kicked off its 2018 South Pacific Tourism Exchange campaign today (April 12) with a full schedule of meetings with buyers from Australia, USA, China, India, Fiji and Singapore. Attending the 5th SPTE in Adelaide, Australia. Executive Director David Vaeafe said the caliber of buyers this year showed a significant shift from the traditional travel agent ... read more

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Emerald & Noordam Calling This Month

Princess Cruises’ ship Emerald Princess calls into Pago Pago Harbor tomorrow, arriving from Hilo, Hawaii at 10.00am. The ship carrying 1177 passengers and crew is on a 28 night Los Angeles return cruise and will depart for Apia, Samoa at 7.00pm. The second vessel to call into American Samoa on April 22 is Holland America Line’s ... read more

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American Samoa’s Flag Day Celebrations

On April 17, 2018, our destination will celebrate 118 years of American Heritage as a US Territory. This year’s theme for the celebration is “Youth of the Future.” The territory has been busy with preparations for the upcoming festivities, which will include a 3 day Business, Farm & Health Fair to kick off the weeklong ... read more

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It’s All About Location!

They say its all about location, and the American Samoa Visitors Bureau has moved to its new location in the Fagatogo Square Building in the Pago Pago Harbor village of Fagatogo. Located on the ground floor, the Bureau is a short five minute walk from the Jean P. Haydon Museum, Post Office, marketplace, marina and ... read more

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