American Samoa Tourism Rankings: Qatar’s Samoan Tourism Ranking Sets Record, Switzerland Falls Behind
In the world of tourism, the U.S. is considered a beacon for American Samoa.
American Samoa has the largest American Samoa population in the world.
There are over 30,000 American Samoa citizens living in America, which is a record.
According to the US Census Bureau, there are an estimated 9,000 Americans living in the United States, with an average of about 30 people per household.
The tourism sector in American Samoa is the most visited in the nation.
American Samoan tourism generates $1.8 billion in economic activity every year.
The tourism industry employs more than 200,000 people in the island nation, making up 14% of the population.
The US Embassy in Samoa reports that American Samoa was ranked third in the country for tourism in 2017, behind Canada and Australia.
The country has been named as a top destination in the U,S.
for several years.
American Samoa has been one of the most active tourist destinations in the Caribbean region for decades.
The island has been a key gateway to the Pacific for travelers since it was established in 1873.
In the early 1900s, American Samoa gained recognition for its rich maritime history and the unique cultural and historical sites and islands.
It also became a major port of entry for ships from the United Kingdom and other countries.
American society is rich with cultural and natural resources, including the Bikini Atoll, the Bering Sea, the Cook Islands, and the Bismarck Archipelago.
American and British citizens travel regularly to the islands, which has earned it the nickname “The Island of Happiness.”
In 2016, the Department of Tourism of the U-S Department of Commerce ranked American Samoa as the fourth best place to visit the Caribbean for the second year in a row.
The Caribbean was a priority in President Donald Trump’s foreign policy.
His administration has increased U.K. travel restrictions to American Samoa and has imposed a visa requirement for visitors to the country.
This move has had a negative impact on American Samoa’s economy, which was expected to suffer due to the visa restrictions.
According the Tourism Institute, the visa requirement is a “gross waste of money” for tourism.
The U.N. is also calling on the government to lift the visa requirements for American citizens visiting the island.
The U.G.O. has called for the lifting of the visa rules on American Samoans, which means American Sami people can visit their islands without a visa.