The Island of Ta’u in American Samoa is a remote island having numerous sleepy villages and half of its area is governed by the National Park of Samoa. Almost rectangular in shape, Ta’u offers its visitors with wide ranging attractions such as crystal clear waters, quiet sandy beaches, stunning views of the Pacific and sheltered coral reefs. Major portion of the island coast comprises of steep slopes that drops down directly into the sea or to thin coastal plains.
The National Park of Samoa is one of the top attractions in American Samoa that offers dense rain forests, magnificent beaches, incredible sea cliffs, mountain peaks surrounded by mist and excellent bird life. Ta’u once served as the spiritual capital of Polynesia and features numerous traditionally important sites. Judds Carter which is a huge volcanic crater is another important attraction to explore in Ta’u.