Tours

There are a small number of tour operators in American Samoa offering a range of tours to suit your needs and level of adventure.

A number of the accommodation facilities offer tours and will also take you out or arrange for a guide or staff member to show you around.

The guided tours range from walking some of the rainforest trails and hikes to visiting villages, eco-tours to taking a tour of Government House and the historical Naval Buildings. For those wanting adventure try kayaking the ocean, game fishing and diving tours or for the cultured, experiencing Samoan culture and life.

Below is a list of tour operators who offer a range of set tours, or can tailor make tours to suite your requirements.

Alofa's Tours
Ph: (1 684) 252-9742
Email: alofastours@yahoo.com
Web: www.alofastours.com
Contact: Lisa & Sosene Jr. Asifoa

American Samoa Historic Preservation Office
Ph: (1 684) 699-2316
Fax: (1 684) 699-2276
Email: David_J_Herdrich@samoatelco.com
Web: www.ashpo.org
Contact: David Herdrich

Government House
Email: olafoster2013@gmail.com
Contact: Ola Foster

Fitness ASAP
Ph: (1 684) 258-1772
Email: pago.paddling.tours@gmail.com
Contact: Erika Radewagen or Merrilee May

National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa
Ph: (1 684) 633-6500
Fax: (1 684) 633-6511
Email: fagatelebay@noaa.gov
Web: americansamoa.noaa.gov
Contact: Gene Bridghouse

North Shore Tours
Ph: (1 684) 731-8294
Email: rorywest@yahoo.com
Contact: Rory West

Pago Pago Marine Charters
Ph: (1 684) 699-9235/733-3890/733-2847
Email: indgas@bluelink.as or toolshop@bluelink.as
Web: www.pagopagomarinecharters.com
Contacts: Andy Wearing or Peter Crispin

Pago Pago Tradewinds Tours & Rentals
Ph: (1 684) 688-7722
Fax: (1 684) 688-1603
Email: pagopagotradewindstours@yahoo.com
Contact: Betty Cavanagh

Tisa’s Barefoot Bar
Ph: (1 684) 622-7447
Email: tisa@tisasbarefootbar.com
Web: www.tisasbarefootbar.com
Contact: Tisa Fa’amuli




Sightseeing

There’s nothing like jumping in a car or 4WD and venturing out on the open road to explore a new destination and see where the road takes you. For other’s a structured tour with a guide is their thing, while a number of visitors prefer to hop on a local bus and enjoy the ride to a beach or scenic site for a day trip, and here in American Samoa you can do all that.

Self Drive
There are all types of vehicles available on island from cars, vans, pickups and 4WDs to choose from. Rates start from $65 per day, and weekly rental rates are also available from some companies. Here is a list of all the rental companies, websites and contacts.

Rental Company
Business Hours
Contacts
Avis Rental Cars 24 hours Ph (1 684) 699-2746, 733-3354
Email rthompson@asco.as
     
Friendly Car Rentals Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Saturday 8.00am to 2.00pm
Sunday 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Ph (1 684) 699-7186
Email reservation@friendlycarrental.com
     
Dollar Car Rentals Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.30pm
Saturday 8.00am to 12.00pm
Ph (1 684) 699-1179, 633-7716, 699-1173
Email dollar@samoatelco.com
     
Latone's Car Rental Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.00pm
Saturday 8.00am to 12.00pm
Ph (1 684) 633-5005
Email tones@samoatelco.com 
     
Lupelele Rentals  Monday to Saturday 8.00am to 4.00pm  Ph (1 684) 699-5898 
     
Sadie's Rental Cars  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday 5.30am to 10.00pm
Thursday and Sunday 5.30am to 11.30pm 
Ph (1 684) 633-5900, 633-5988 
     
Sir Amos Car Rental Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.00pm
Saturday to Sunday 8.00am to 12.00pm 
Ph (1 684) 699-4554, 258-0749, 699-4195
After hours (1 684) 699-5569, 688-7715
Email siramosrental@yahoo.com,
siramosrental@samoatelco.com 
     
Tautai Rentals Monday to Saturday 8.00am to 5.00pm
Sunday 5.00am to 10.00pm 
Ph (1 684) 699-5294, 258-1034
Email reservations@tautaicarrentals.as
     
Tradewinds Car Rental
24 hours

Ph (1 684) 699-1000
Email gm@tradewinds.as

Historical Sites
American Samoa’s traditional and modern history offers a fascinating insight into the Territory’s path to where it is today.
The American Samoa Historic Preservation Office (ASHPO) was established to record and preserve historical sites and artifacts throughout the Territory. To date there are over 600 historical sites recorded by the office. A number of these sites are also listed with the US National Register of Historic Places
The US Navy, the first administrators of the Territory of American Samoa, presence on the island lasted for over 50 years and ASHPO has produced a number of information brochures high lighting some of the buildings and structures that still remain today.
The office also has a “Walking Tour of Historic Fagatogo’ booklet available for free.
For further information visit the American Samoa Historic Preservation Office website
www.ashpo.org.

Local aiga bus

Local aiga bus

Your friendly bus driver

Your friendly bus driver

View of Fagasa Village

View of Fagasa Village

View of Pago Pago Harbor from the road to Afono

View of Pago Pago Harbor from the road to Afono