visit pago pago logo is our sister site for visitors and the visitor industry in Pago Pago, American Samoa.


American Samoa Government – Official government site for American Samoa – Official American Samoa Visitors Bureau website.  You’ll find more information here – An excellent site with full information on all sea ports and airports in American Samoa – Renewal efforts after the tsunami of 2009 – American Samoa Department of Commerce.

Department of Education – American Samoa Department of Education

Federal Offices – National Park Service for American Samoa – Department of Interior Office of Insular Affairs, oversight of US territories and possessions

Telecommunications – American Samoa Telecommunications Authority – Cellphone and internet services and cable television.

Radio and Newspapers 93KHJ, American Samoa’s No. 1 Hit Music Station – Island 92, the station that belongs to you – Samoa News, the local print news source of American Samoa

Local Businesses – Samoans Worldwide – Sadie’s by the Sea and Sadie Thompson Inn – A nice site created in New Zealand offering many items from Samoa

Senior Citizen Travel – Seniors Travel to American Samoa – Tanoa Samoa is an online store featuring hand-crafted art and jewelry, contemporary Samoan cultural apparel, and fabrics – Tradewinds Hotel of American Samoa

Fisheries and Canneries

Fishery Nation – Fisherynation was created for all fishermen of every region

StarKist– Corporate website for StarKist. You won’t find much about American Samoa of this site.

Tri Marine – A multi-national fishing and canning company.

Travel Information

American Samoa Tourism is our sister site for visitors and the visitor industry in Pago Pago, American Samoa. This site is created with local participation and is the most complete visitor information.

American Samoa Travel Guide – South Pacific Organizer presentation on American Samoa.

Lonely Planet American Samoa – Some interesting information albeit a bit rambling and incomplete.

Trip Advisor American Samoa – Trip Advisor is a great service but their section on American Samoa leaves much to be desired.  There are reviews of the various features such as hotels, restaurants and destinations.


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