While many might think that traveling to paradise is a costly affair, living out your tropical dream doesn’t require you to completely empty out your pockets. There are countless activities on Guam that are free or cost-efficient. Here are just a few!
Hidden along the back road of Mangilao are Marbo cave and a breathtaking cliff side view of the island’s northeastern coastline. So get your swim clothes and cameras ready because this adventure is one for the books!
Wondering where to take beautiful pictures that capture the essence of your visit to Guam? We think Guam is photogenic from every angle but here are a few #InstaGuam spots around the island that our visitors love.
Guam isn’t just any tropical island paradise. Yes, you’ll find miles of endless white sand along the coast, bright and boozy beverages served up at the beachside bars and restaurants, and of course there are the mind-blowing.
Here are five things you didn’t know you loved about Guam’s beaches.
Although residents of Guam know Tumon as the tourism sector, filled with luxury shopping, dining, and hotels piercing the sky, it’s also home to sites that hold rich and impactful histories like many other villages on Guam.
Prior to my recent venture to Cambodia I had been to many places throughout South East Asia (Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam) but never to the Kingdom of Cambodia. Travelers I had met in my previous adventures boasted about their affinity for the country. They praised Cambodia, describing it as lawless, but in a good way.
One of the top unchecked items on my bucket had always been to go to Australia. Since my friends always told me it takes almost a gazillion hours from the States, I decided to take advantage of my time on Guam and visit Cairns, only four and a half hours away.
There’s few things more refreshing than sipping a cold one on a sandy beach or while watching the sun set from your backyard or balcony. And this tropical paradise we call Guam offers a wide variety of beer to help you soak in the island atmosphere, including craft beers from a local microbrewery and a brewpub.
Stories of “moonshiners” hunted by the authorities have long been fodder for movies and TV shows. But in Asia, Africa and the Pacific Islands, people have been making their own liquor almost since the dawn of time, with nary a trace of the car chases and shotgun battles of American history and lore.