Guam Trip Planner

Know Your Trip Budget for Your Dream Vacation to Guam

How to plan a trip to guam

Colonized by the French, popularized during the second World war, gifted with lovely tropical beaches and cultured by Chamorro Villages; Guam is actually like a big surprise in a small package. Witness its involvement in the world war through a battlefield and many more sites that have held the tragic history close. See how one of the oldest tribes of the country has flourished in their 4,000 years here and how this U.S territory is one of the best kept secrets of the western pacific on your next trip. Draw out your Guam travel guide to make the best of your experience. 

Visa Procedure

The Visa procedure for Guam is the same as the visa procedure for United States. If you belong to a nation that does not need a visa to get to United States, then you can enter freely. Otherwise, you will have to procure a visa in advance. When to go

The weather of Guam is divided under the following categories- wet season and dry season. The dry season begins in January and ends in May. The best time to visit Guam is from the month of January to May. The month of March is the ideal time as the accommodation and flights are also reasonably priced.

Destinations to cover

There is plenty to see and plenty of things to do in Guam. While drawing out your Guam travel guide, remember to include Hagatna- for the cathedrals and the basilica. Visit Asan for waterfalls, parks, beaches and is also a great option to go hiking. Include Tamuning, Talofofo for rivers and parks, Inarajan for waterfalls, hiking and Dededo for the markets and shopping. Piti, Yigo, War in the Pacific National Park, Merizo, Umatac, Mangilao and Agat as well.

Get in and around

If you are thinking of how to reach Guam, then the best way to get in is via Won Pat Guam International Airport. It is supposed to be the only civilian gateway to get in to the islands and is situated only a few miles from Tumon. There are plenty of airlines operating in and out of this airport, but the best deal is to get a flight from anywhere in USA. Although, you can get in by boat, but there are no regular services. There are various cruises that stop here, so you can consider that option as well. Walking is the best way to get around this island. You can also rent a car and get around the island. You can also opt for the bus option, but they are highly undependable and highly infrequent as well. 

Hotels and Food

There are various options available in Guam if you are looking for mid-range accommodation. There are also plenty budget options available and even though luxury options are fewer, they are all worth it with the breath taking sea views and mesmerizing resort facilities. Each island has different things to offer to you, so look up accommodation at individual islands to get a better idea. You also have to try out the amazing barbecue culture here and also the Chamorro cuisine which is infused with Asian, Spanish and American flavours. There are many fast food restaurants and there are plenty of options to eat from here, remember to visit the shacks and eateries on the road to absorb the culture completely.

How much does it cost to travel to Guam

Plan your trip to Guam with an estimated budget for your travel. The average daily cost of food in Guam is USD 53 per person. For a family of four, the cost of eating out is USD 212. For getting around Guam, you will need a rough figure of USD 47 per day. For detailed Guam trip cost calculator, use Guam Trip Planner.

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