Getting to American Samoa
Obviously there is no driving to American Samoa. However, once you are there, there are some car rental options from local companies.
Below you will find an interactive map showing the location of the National Park of American Samoa in the South Pacific Ocean. Following this is the official park map provided by the National Park Service. Note that this is a very basic map, not the super detailed maps available for most national parks. You can view either the original PDF file (sometimes very large files) or a simple image file. The map links will open in a new tab.
The only airport with service from the United States in American Samoa is in Pago Pago (PPG). This service is operated only by Hawaiian Airlines, twice per week from Honolulu (HNL). As such, most visitors first go to Honolulu, from where they must depart for Pago Pago. From elsewhere in the world, some other options are available.
For most national parks we list a number of airports that are convenient for a visit there. However, due to the limited flight availability to Pago Pago, it is usually easier to search and book directly with Hawaiian Airlines. In recent years, flights have operated on Mondays and Fridays.