6 days in Guam Itinerary

6 days in Guam Itinerary

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Tumon

— 5 nights
Lazing on the beach and cooling off in the clear water remain the most popular things to do in Tumon, the busiest resort town in Guam.
For shopping fun, head to JP Super Store or Chamorro Village. Do some cultural sightseeing at Guam Pacific War Museum and Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica. Change things up with these side-trips from Tumon: Umatac (Cetti Bay Overlook, Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad, &more), Coco Palm Garden Beach (in Dededo) and Ritidian Point (in Hagatna). The adventure continues: stroll through Ypao Beach Park, buy something for everyone on your list at the Plaza, explore the different monuments and memorials at Pigo Catholic Cemetery, and steep yourself in history at Gef Pa'go Cultural Village.

To see photos, other places to visit, where to stay, and more tourist information, you can read our Tumon itinerary planning website.

Manila, Philippines to Tumon is an approximately 4-hour travel. You can also fly. The time zone difference when traveling from Manila to Tumon is 2 hours. While traveling from Manila, expect little chillier days and about the same nights in Tumon, ranging from highs of 89°F to lows of 79°F. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 19th (Wed) so you can catch the flight back home.

Things to do in Tumon

Beaches · Parks · Outdoors · Historic Sites

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Guam travel guide

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Indigenous, Spanish colonial, and American influences are all visible during a vacation in Guam, a Pacific island that forms part of the Mariana Archipelago. First settled by the indigenous Chamorro people centuries ago, the island was "discovered" by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521-- Spanish colonial powers eventually settled the island in 1668. Today the island is a U.S. territory, with many mainland U.S. citizens choosing to visit Guam as a visa-free way to enjoy the Pacific. Tourism in Guam focuses heavily on the island's picturesque beaches, extensive diving opportunities, and indigenous culture and history.