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Pago Pago, American Samoa

From the stunning deep-water harbor-formerly a volcanic crater that collapsed and filled with seawater—to the towering mountains that surround it, Pago Pago is unforgettably scenic. You'll find rocky islets that create warm lagoons perfect for swimming. And the stunning panoramic views from the Afono Pass guarantee impressive photos.

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Pago Pago, American Samoa

Port of Call in Australia/New Zealand

The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss

Visit the Jean P. Haydon Museum in the center of the village to learn about Samoan history and tradition. Housed in what was once a Naval Commissary during World War II, the museum features Samoan artifacts and handicrafts as well as displays on Kava making and Samoan tattooing.

Other Fun Things to Do

  • Take a tour to explore the natural habitats surrounding Pago Pago. From reef walking to deep jungle expeditions, bat caves to uninhabited islands, take your pick of itineraries to match any interest.
  • Hike up Mount Alava. Even if you don’t complete the three-mile trail to the summit, you'll enjoy great views of the island and harbor.
  • Enjoy snorkeling, swimming and kayaking at several local beaches-perhaps the most popular is Alega beach, home of Tisa’s Barefoot Bar.

Get a Taste of Local Flavor

An umu is the traditional Samoan method for cooking food by slow-baking fruits, meats, seafood and vegetables in layers between hot coals and banana fronds. Umu feasts usually take several hours but the flavors are incredible. While you're waiting, try some oka-raw fish that has been marinated in lemon juice, coconut cream, salt and onions.

Local Currency

The US. dollar is the local currency in Pago Pago. An ATM is available in town center. Many restaurants and tour operators accept major credit cards.

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    Before You Visit

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