Samoa, it is a country in Oceania. Apia is the capital of Samoa.
Samoa is an archipelago in the South Pacific or Oceania between Hawaii and New Zealand, below the equator in the southern hemisphere. It has a total land area of 1,093 square miles (2,831 square kilometers) and consists of two main islands and several small and uninhabited islets. The highest mountain in the country, Mount Silisili, is located in Sava'i at 1,857 m and its capital and largest city, Apia, is in Upolu. The Samoa terrain is mostly coastal plains, but the Saki Rug volcanic mountains are within Sawai and Upolu.
American Samoa is the "unorganized, uninhabitable territory" of the United States and the only American property in the southern hemisphere. It consists of Tutuila, Manu'a (Ta'u, Ofu and Olosega), Swains Island and Rose Atoll Islands. Its total area is 76.2 square miles. American Samoa occupies the longitudinal archipelago from 168 to 171 degrees in the eastern part of Samoa. Annual rainfall ranges from 120 inches to 200 inches, with an average temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Erosion and biodegradation are quick.
On political Map, you can see the main islands, capitals, cities, borders and neighboring countries.
Apia is the capital and largest city of Samoa and makes up about 5% of the total population of Samoa. The city is located on the north-central coast of Upolu, Samoa. Be sure to visit the fantastic Maketi Fou gourmet market on Fugalei Street to try fresh fruit and delicious vegetables. As Apia Wharf ends in its east, you'll find a fascinating attraction, the Palolo Deep Sea National Marine Reserve. Don't miss out on the fun of snorkeling and swimming in the pure blue waters of Palolo, surrounded by spectacular coral walls. An interesting tourist attraction in Samoa is the dwarf cave, which is located near the village of Paia. Due to a volcanic eruption centuries ago, it became known as the most mysterious landmark. You will find a lava tube over a mile here.