Cape Taputapu National Natural Landmark
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Cape Taputapu National Natural Landmark

Situated at the westernmost point of Tutuila, Cape Taputapu National Natural Landmark holds the distinction of being the last place the sun sets each day. The cape’s shoreline features volcanic rocks and blowholes sculpted by strong wave activity—the same wave activity that created Tutuila Island itself. It is possible to hike out at low tide, with trail access near the village of Ämanave.

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