Ofu Island

Ofu Island

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Ofu is the most beautiful island of the Manu'a Group. It is also the most accessible and most visited by tourists, most of whom come to enjoy Ofu's wonderful beach.

The 4 km (2.5 miles) long stretch of white sand on the island's southern coast is one of the most stunning beaches in the South Pacific. The waters around the beach are part of the National Park of American Samoa and boast more than 300 species of fish and 150 different sorts of coral. The reefs are excellent for snorkeling and scuba diving. Not far behind the beach is the To'aga Archeological Site, where archaeologists discovered an unprecedented array of prehistoric Samoan artifacts in 1987.

There are several hotels and restaurants on Ofu. The island is 110 km east of Pago Pago.


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