The National Park is a ten minute stroll from the Lodge. Its warm, calm lagoon is a coral garden with every color imaginable. Starfish, sea turtles, and thousands of fish of every shape and size will join you as you snorkel its shallows.
After a long day hiking and swimming, a dazzling sunset leads to a sky filled with stars. Thousands of miles from light pollution, Ofu's heavens will dazzle. The Southern Cross is visible, as are falling stars, framed by the shimmering veil of the Milky Way.
Ofu and neighboring Olosega and Ta'u islands are striking in their beauty. Your memories of the islands will be enhanced by the photographic opportunities the islands present every day. Renown photographer Michael Anderson has visited Ofu many times and his photos speak volumes about the island's magic.
Ofu's south shore is the icing on the cake. Here, more than a mile of untouched, undeveloped, palm-fringed sand is part of America's newest (and least visited) National Park. You can walk its length every day and chances are the only footprints you'll see will be your own.