Pago Pago, American Samoa

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Pago Pago, American Samoa Overview

Pago Pago--pronounced Pango Pango --is the capital of American Samoa, a small island in the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy a traditional Polynesian feast. Be thrilled by the native singing, dancing, and music. Tuna canneries dominate the city. Also close by are the National Park of American Samoa, traditional Ta'u Island, and Aunu'u Island, a place of natural splendor.

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by thrak

Beautiful island but... Got totally ripped off by a taxi driver. Be sure to get a firm commitment as to cost (in detail) BEFORE you get in the freaking cab. Left a very bad taste in the mouth. Visited $2 Beach ($5 each) and it was a very crappy beach. Extremely disappointing. Should have done something else and, should we return to the island, will definitely be wary of cab drivers and won't return to $2 Beach.

Visited: Oct 08, 2017

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by Helenw44

No excursion. It was sunday so almost all of the shops were closed. We did visit the vendors along the streets bear the ship. This is a great place to buy small trinkets for gifts. It was very warm and humid but not unlike it always is.

Visited: Oct 08, 2017

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