Avatele Point

Cape, Eastern District

American Samoa

Where is Avatele Point?

2023 - HAL Noordam Cruise #2 - Sydney NSW to Vancouver BC - Pago, Pago, American Samoa - 33 of 33 The Noordam has departed the dock in Pago Pago and is sailing out of the harbour on its way to Hawaii Big island, arriving  5 days from now.

Oh My Buddha, too many sea-days  !!!
2023 - HAL Noordam Cruise #2 - Sydney NSW to Vancouver BC - Pago, Pago, American Samoa - 33 of 33 Credit: Ted's photos - Stand by Ukraine

Cape Avatele Point is located in the Eastern District of American Samoa, a territory of the United States in the South Pacific Ocean. The cape is a scenic and popular tourist destination due to its natural beauty and rich marine life. The area boasts a stunning coastline with crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, and lush tropical vegetation.

The waters around Cape Avatele Point are home to a variety of marine creatures such as dolphins, sea turtles, and colorful tropical fish. The cape is also a popular spot for snorkeling and scuba diving. Visitors can observe the vibrant coral reefs and explore the underwater caves and canyons.

The surrounding area is rich in cultural history and traditional Samoan customs. In fact, Cape Avatele Point is located near the village of Vatia, a historic settlement that dates back to the 1600s. Visitors can experience the local culture by attending cultural events, participating in traditional dances, and learning about the history of the area.

Overall, Cape Avatele Point is a must-visit destination for those seeking natural beauty, stunning marine life, and cultural experiences.

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Images are sourced within 20km of lat/long (-14.32972/-170.69889).

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Avatele Point is a cape in Eastern District, American Samoa. It has an elevation of -9999 meters below sea level. Information correct as at Tuesday 12th October 2010.

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