The sun rises over the Pacific Ocean, golden rays beaming across the surface and at the center of this vast blue expanse are the rainforest covered tropical islands. These sparkling emerald jewels are American Samoa, our islands, our paradise.
Our islands form the eastern arm of the Samoan archipelago, home to Polynesian’s proud of their strong Samoan culture and heritage where family life and Christian values form the basis of our society. Lounging on a beach, yoga on a mountain top, hiking the National Park, snorkeling the surrounding lagoons, visiting historical World War II sites, diving in our Marine Sanctuary or simply shopping and dining our on local fare, choosing will be the hardest thing you’ll ever do while on holiday!
American Samoa is located approximately halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii and comprises five islands and two atolls. The capital, Pago Pago, is located on the main island of Tutuila.
What services do we offer in American Samoa?
Contact details of our flagship locations:
Shalhout Enterprises Store
Phone: (684) 6446770
Tedi of Samoa Building
Phone: (684) 6336770
Pago Pago- Tafuna International Airport
Phone: (684) 6992734
Phone: (684) 6990964
Nuuuli Main Office
Nuuuli (next to ShoeTree)
Phone: (684) 6996770
Contact details of our sub-agent locations (only offers Western Union service):
Send and receive money at our flagship locations in American Samoa
Fexco Pacific offers Western Union in its flagship locations across American Samoa.
Western Union services are also available in our sub-agent locations.
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