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Samoa Travel Guide
to Samoa Travel Guide The updated Samoa chapter from Moon Handbooks South Pacific is now freely accessible online. The 103 illustrated pages of www.samoa.southpacific.org introduce the "heart of Polynesia" with detailed coverage of sightseeing and visitor facilities on Upolu, Savai'i, and Manono. The site's precise maps of Apia and Environs, Central Apia, Lake Lanoto'o, Letolo Plantation, Manono, Salelologa, Samoa, Savai'i, and Upolu are not found elsewhere.

Samoa Travel Photos
to Samoa Travel Pictures A photo gallery of Samoa, an ecotourism paradise still unspoiled by mass tourism. Come see the beaches, waterfalls, music, dancing, and buildings of Samoa. You'll view pictures of a beach fale at Saleapaga, waterfalls on Upolu and Savaii islands, the police band on parade, Samoa's Government Building at Apia, traditional Samoan dancers, the ruins of a church engulfed by lava, picturesque wooden buildings along Apia's Beach Road, and mysterious Lake Lanoto'o.

Samoa Maps
to Samoa Maps A series of Samoa maps with travel information and vacation planning tips. View a country map showing the four inhabited islands of independent Samoa, plus more detailed island maps of Upolu and Savaii. Each island map indicates the main roads and villages, and there are descriptions outlining specific locations of interest to visitors.

Samoa FAQs
to Samoa FAQs Veteran travel writer David Stanley answers frequently asked questions on travel to Samoa. Find out about the main attractions of Samoa, how to get there by air, the visa and vaccination requirements, the Samoan climate, and how to adapt to the local culture.

American Samoa Travel Guide
to American Samoa Travel Guide This 45-page travel guide from Moon Handbooks South Pacific introduces the geography, climate, fauna, history, government, economy, and people of American Samoa, and provides facts on public holidays, visas, services, and transportation. Explore the sights, activities, hotels, and travel basics of Tutuila, Ofu, Olosega, Ta'u, Swains, and Rose Atoll. The maps of Tutuila, Pago Pago, Aunu'u, Ofu, Olosega, and Ta'u are unique.

American Samoa Photos
to American Samoa Pictures A collection of travel pictures of American Samoa, the only U.S. territory south of the equator. Let this site show you the beaches, mountains, war relics, tuna canneries, and fishing boats of these islands. Witness the scenic grandeur of Ofu and Olosega islands in the Manua Group, majestic Rainmaker Mountain, Pola Island in American Samoa National Park, the StarKist Samoa cannery at Pago Pago, a local bus at Fagatogo Market, and the ferry to Aunuu Island.

American Samoa Maps
to American Samoa Maps An island map of American Samoa with travel information and vacation planning tips. Learn more about the main islands of American Samoa, including Tutuila, Aunuu, Ofu, Olosega, and Tau. The destination summary helps put these islands in perspective.

American Samoa FAQs
to American Samoa FAQs Get answers to frequently asked questions about travel to the islands of American Samoa from veteran travel writer David Stanley. Learn about the political status of American Samoa, the Americanization of Samoan life, the main things to see, the ferry service to Apia, the cost of living, and a recommendation of something special to do during your stay.

South Pacific Travel Blog
to South Pacific BlogCheck out this island travel blog with news and views from the South Pacific. You'll read updated information from 15 Pacific countries and territories, compiled by David Stanley, author of Moon Handbooks South Pacific. The blog covers everything from Easter Island to the Solomons, the same areas included in Stanley's guides. Aside from providing facts, the South Pacific Travel blog discusses issues of interest to visitors.

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