2 - 3 Hours
One Per Car
At Your Own Pace
How does it work?
- Once you book a tour, you’ll get a text/email with instructions.
- Download the app (while in good wifi/signal) and use your unique password to access your tours.
- To begin touring, go to the starting point and launch the app.
- The audio starts automatically once you reach the starting point. Stick to the tour route & speed limit for the best experience.
- Please note that no one will meet you at the starting point.
What You'll See
Puntan Dos Amantes (Two Lover’s Point)
WWII Memorial The Last Mission
Pagat Cave Trailhead
Onward Mangilao Golf Club
Pago Bay Overlook
Country Club of the Pacific
Inarajan Natural Pool
Merizo Bell Tower
Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad
Magellan Monument and Bay of Umatac
Mount Lamlam Summit (Actual)
Cetti Bay Overlook
Stella Bay Overlook
Fish Eye Marine Park
Latte of Freedom
Ricardo J. Bordallo Governor's Complex (Adelup)
Pacific War Museum
Plaza de Espana
Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica
Preview The Tour
Guam is famous for combining beautiful island beaches with rich World War II history. Whether you’re a history buff, a vacationer seeking some sun and surf, or somewhere in between, you’ll find it on Guam.
The name “Guam” comes from the word “Guåhan” in the language of the native Chamorro people, though accounts on the meaning differ. One suggestion is that “Guåhan” means “a place with resources.” Another is that it is a greeting with which the Chamorro met incoming sailors, who assumed it was the island’s name.
If you’re seeking pristine beaches, startlingly blue water, and jungle scenery, Guam is a must-visit destination. And if you’re interested in World War II history? Even better!
Guam’s beaches are its number one attraction, but the island hides other hidden gems as well. Deep in the jungle you can find the Piti Guns, leftover artillery from World War II. High on the coastal bluffs sits Two Lovers Point, boasting unbelievable ocean views.
Guam is extremely welcoming to tourists, and makes for a great alternative to more popular islands like Hawaii. If you’re looking for a tropical escape without the crowds, Guam should be near the top of your list!
Guam is a US territory, but not a state. That makes it the first place the sun rises on US land! It was also the site of bitter fighting during World War II, and remnants of this fraught history still remain on the island.
January through May is the best time to visit, as this is Guam’s dry season. July through November is the rainy season, which can definitely put a damper on beach day plans. December and June aren’t totally dry, but aren’t quite as rainy either.
Ritidian Point is probably the most popular spot for impressive views, but if it’s sun and surf you’re seeking, you’ll want to check out Taga’chang Beach or the ever-popular Tumon Beach.
Guam’s rainy season gets started in June, but doesn’t kick into full gear until July. After that, it lasts until about November and peters out throughout December.
Ofcourse! Major rental car providers include Hertz, National, Enterprise, Alamo and Avis, but Guam also offers other rental car brands. Reserve early to get the best-priced rental car for your trip to Guam.
Guam is home to tons of great jungle hikes, as well as opportunities for kayaking, surfing, fishing, and more. If you just want to lounge in the sun, the island’s many beaches are perfect for that as well.
July 21st marks Guam’s Liberation Day, so there are always celebrations and festivals unfolding around that time. Those seeking a taste of the tropics will also want to consider visiting in April, when the annual Coconut Festival is held.
Guam is an ideal family vacation destination. Not only does it have ample opportunities for younger visitors to safely enjoy the waters of the Pacific, but it also features plenty of fascinating history for those who want to mix their fun with a little bit of learning.
Guam is near a few smaller islands, like the Northern Mariana Islands, but very little is closer than a few hundred miles away. If you want to combine a visit to Guam with a larger trip, Japan or the Philippines are great options!
Inclusions and Exclusions
- App on your phone: A link to download the Action Tour Guide App and Password for your tours.
- Flexible schedule: Use any day, any time. Travel over multiple days or on your next trip within 1 year of your purchase.
- Easy to use: Stories play automatically by GPS. Hands-free. Get HELP all day: Call, Chat, or Email.
- At your own pace: No group. Take breaks for photos/ snacks/hikes. Go at your own pace.
- Offline use: No cell signal or wifi required. Offline GPS Map & route. Stop-to-stop direction.
- Don’t miss a thing: Full itinerary, travel tips, professionally narrated videos, text, and hidden gems.
- Transportation, parking fees, food, and drinks.
- Entry tickets or reservations to any attractions along the route.
- Car Rental: Please arrange a rental car at the closest airport or train station.