This US territory is the farthest place you can go from mainland without a passport and it is right at the edge of the dateline. In fact, American Samoa is also the last place for the sun to set every day. A volcanic and rocky island with stunning scenery and very few tourists, you definitively feel at the edge of the world here. Just a 20min flight away from Samoa but 24 hours in time difference, American Samoa is worth a trip if you are there or are looking for a laid back island getaway where you can explore one of the largest marine parks in the world completely by yourself.
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Guide to American Samoa – volcanic islands in the South Pacific
The best and most complete guide to American Samoa with the best things to do, places to see, sightseeing, parks, beaches and hotels to stay
7 dream beaches in the South Pacific that you have to visit
With thousands of islands the South Pacific has fabulous beaches on which to get lost. These are just seven of the most glorious ones
What a difference a day makes – A tale of two Samoa’s
Samoa and American Samoa are only half an hour away by plane but, sitting at either side of the Dateline, they are as far apart as the time difference would indicate
Waking up on Christmas two days in a row in New Zealand and Tahiti
Have you ever wanted a special day never to end? This is possible if you travel East across the Date Line. See how I made 2014 Christmas’ last two days
How to enjoy the longest birthday – The funny side of the Intl. date line
Ever wanted to relive a special day? Now you can!