Most Guam hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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At Expedia, our goal is to make travel easy and accessible for everyone. That’s where our Guam Vacation Packages come in. Choose your flights, then add hotels, tours and even a rental car to your booking. The result? Amazing discounts that’ll make your travel budget stretch further. Our hotels start at $81 a night and there are 110 to choose from. With the money you save, why not book a dinner show to learn about the indigenous people of the Mariana Islands, the Chamorros?
Day 1: You’ll most likely arrive at Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport, just outside the capital of Hagatna. Get acquainted with your hotel, then make a beeline for some of the most popular attractions. Guam Pacific War Museum, Chamorro Village and Latte Stone Park are fantastic places to start.
Day 2: Pick up your rental car and drive along the south coast to Piti. Home to the Piti Bomb Holes, this marine preserve is popular with divers and snorkelers. While you’re here, check out Fish Eye Marine Park — a unique observatory 30 feet below sea level, or continue to pretty Salinas Beach to laze on the sands.
Day 3: Make your way to Inarajan Natural Pool, a natural system of swimming holes on the island’s southeast coast. After that, drive north to Talofofo Beach, where you’ll find unique green sands, picturesque limestone cliffs and excellent surfing.
Guam has a couple of holidays that are unique to the territory. The biggest is Liberation Day on July 21 each year. Festivities include a parade and fireworks in Hagatna.
If you’d like to base yourself in or around Guam’s capital, browse our Agana Heights Vacation Packages. There’s sure to be one that’s perfect for you.
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