Planning to visit Guam anytime soon? And you don’t have idea what this small island is offering you? Here’s some idea where to go, what to see and what to do. This post is a simple guide of destinations and attractions while vacationing in Guam.
Below are list of some questions for you to answer so you can focus on what you like to do while in Guam.
1. Are you an Adventure Seeker?
As an island, Guam offers different activities in different locations that puts their visitor busy in their schedule. Whether you like in or out of the water activities, there is something for you. Below are some destinations that offers adventure to anyone such as snorkeling, buggy off-road driving, trekking and even cave swimming.
Fish Eye Marine Park – Snorkeling
Guam International Raceway – Buggy Off-Road Driving
Pagat Point – Trekking
Pagat Cave – Swimming
Tarzan Falls – Trekking
2. Are you a Scenic View Lover?
Since Guam is an island, picturesque views with ocean is probably common but the stunning beauty it offers always amaze everyone, just look in different directions and different angles, you will surprise that all you see are fascinating scenery.
Two Lovers Point (Puntan Dos Amantes)
Guam International Raceway Viewpoint
Fort Santa Agueda
Asan Bay Overlook
Libugon Vista Point
3. Are you a History and a Culture Buff?
The island has significant places to discover its culture and to learn its role from the past. Spending half a day on these places will gain knowledge about Guam.
Plaza de España
Insular Guard Monument
Stone Latte Park
Senator Angel Leon Guerrero SantosLatte Stone Memorial Park
Japanese Caves Latte Park
Chamorro Village Night Market
Fort Santa Agueda
Latte of Freedom
War in the Pacific National Historical Park
Asan Point, Asan Beach Park and Nimitz Hillside
Mabini Historical Marker (Mabini Statue)
Asan Bay Overlook at Nimitz Hill
Pagat Latte Site
4. Are you a Shopaholic?
Like other countries that promotes tourism, shopping centers will not be missed. Why? Because people love to buy stuff even on the go.
Micronesia Mall (No Photo)
T Galleria by DFS
Tumon Sand Plaza
Guam Premier Outlet (No Photo)
Kmart (No Photo)
Agana Shopping Center
5. Are you Just Chilling Out?
Traveling stress free? And wanted to relax without pressure? Planning too many itineraries was not your thing? And just wanted to stay in your travel comfort zone? The place below is for you.
Have you been in Guam? Have you visited places aside from what I mentioned above? I love to hear what can you say in those places. Share your thoughts about it. And I will be glad to know and learn about it. Who knows, the place you had seen maybe my next destination while mine will be your next adventures.
I stayed in Tumon district and accommodation is pricey, but I weigh that location is more important to me as it has more access to other tourist destinations and public transportation is available though still limited. Mobility was a priority to me so I can move around the island. I do not need to worry if I got late outside and can walk towards my hotel since I do not know how to drive and I solely rely on public transportation and arranged tours. The island does not have systematic public transportation and most of the time unreliable if outside Tumon. If you know how to drive, I recommend to rent a car to see the whole island and find alternative accommodations in other villages for a much cheaper price.
Travel Page :
- Tumon – Beach and Urban Walk
- Tarzan Falls Hiking and Fish Eye Marine Park Snorkeling
- Guam Island Tour – Visiting Best Viewpoint of the Island
- Eco Hiking and Cave Swimming at Pagat
- Buggy Off-Road Adventure with Coastal Scenic View at Yigo
- Visiting Puntan Dos Amantes (Two Lovers Point), Not Once But Twice !!!
- Hagåtña – First European City in the Pacific
- Travel Diary 101 : On My Way to Guam
Travel Tips :
- 5 Reasons Why Most of the Travelers in Guam Flocks in Tumon
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- 7 Best Lookout (Viewpoint) in Guam
- Top 9 Discoveries While in Guam