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Maunu'a Islands

Pictures by QT Luong

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The Manu'a group, which lie 100km east of Tuitula, consists of three islands, Ofu and Olosega, linked by a short bridge, and Tau. They offer the most spectacular scenery in all the Samoan Islands. With just a few sleepy villages of a few hundred families, they are still totally unspoiled by modern influences. Many Samoans believe that Manu'a was the first land to be created, and that it was the birthplace of the Polynesian people. For wild landscape pictures, see pictures of the the National Park of American Samoa, and in particular Ofu and Tau.

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Olosega Island seen from the Asaga Strait. American Samoa ( color) Olosega Island seen from the Asaga Strait. American Samoa ( color) Traditional polynesian canoes near the Asaga Strait, Ofu Island. American Samoa ( color) Beach fale near the Asaga Strait, Ofu Island. American Samoa ( color) Plane on the airstrip of Ofu Island. American Samoa ( color) Pandanus leaves being dried. American Samoa ( color) Woman weaving a toga (mat) out of pandamus leaves. American Samoa ( color) Woman weaving a toga (mat) out of pandamus leaves. American Samoa ( color) Pandanus leaves and a finished toga (mat) made out of it. American Samoa ( color) Church of Luma. American Samoa ( color) Home and fale in Luma. American Samoa ( color) The road between Fitiuta and Luma. American Samoa ( color) Tombs in front of a home in Faleasao. American Samoa ( color) Olosega island seen from Tau. American Samoa ( color) The main street of Fitiuta. American Samoa ( color) Village of Fitiuta. American Samoa ( color)
There are 16 color pictures of Maunu'a Islands on this page