Book Cheap Flights to Guam
If your idea of fun is chilling around sandy beaches, waterfalls and coconut trees then Guam is where you should be heading. An organized, unincorporated territory of the United States located in the Micronesia sub-region of the western Pacific Ocean, Guam offers plenty to explore. With beautiful sunsets, starry night skies and lush green mountains and valleys, Guam will come as a welcome balm for your tired body and soul and expose you to a rejuvenating experience you will remember for the rest of your life.
Guam has almost 4000 years of fascinating history and has exciting remnants from the pre-colonial era, Spanish Forts as well as WWII battle sites. However, the island has a very vibrant presence as well. A cosmopolitan culture, Guam offers delectable cuisine, splendid staying options, exciting festivals and lively art, music and fashion with a cultural flavour that would be difficult to miss.
Blessed with warm temperatures and fertile soil, Guam will allow tourists to live close to nature and enjoy locally grown fruits like breadfruit, papaya, banana, mango etc. A wide variety of Guam's indigenous species of plants and animals, including marine life are preserved at the Cushing Zoo which is situated in the centre of the Tumon tourist district.
The people of Guam are very environmentally conscious and have made great efforts to preserve their sea heritage in 5 marine parks. Wildlife refuges and sanctuaries are ample testimony of the effort made by the locals to preserve the island’s gorgeous natural setting.
It is for all these reasons that Guam has emerged as a popular tourist destination and is frequented by all those who want to spend their vacation in a lovely natural setting away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. If you are also planning to visit Guam then all that you need to do is to book your tickets for various flights to Guam and enjoy a few days of pure bliss in the arms of nature.
Best Places to Visit in Guam
Litekyan (Ritidian Point)
The ancient village of Litekyan which is also known as Ritidian is perched at the northernmost point of the island and is home to gigantic limestone caves and the remains of ancestral homes which are a source of great amusement to tourists. On a clear day, the island of Rota is visible from here.
Puntan Dos Amantes (Two Lovers Point)
A popular tourist attraction and a much sought-after wedding venue, Putan Dos Amanates is a must-visit for all those who visit the place. The legend of “Puntan Dos Amantes” is the story of a Chamorro warrior and a beautiful maid who committed suicide by jumping off a cliff because they were prohibited from staying together. The cliff where the lovers committed suicide came to be known as Two Lovers Point. The place is a popular tourist attraction and is just a stone's throw away from Tumon Bay and the unpolluted waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Pagat Trailhead boasts of a natural cave swimming pool and is a popular hiking trail. The place has a very friendly vibe to it and is often crowded with visitors who are always too eager to take a dip in the pool. If you are visiting Guam then Pagat Trailhead is one place you would certainly not like to miss. It would also be interesting to note that the place is declared endangered by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
One of the key attractions in Guam’s capital city of Hagatña is the statue of a mermaid in Sirena Park. The legend has it that the young girl was so much in love with the ocean that her mother cursed her and she was turned into a mermaid by her godmother. Despite the tragedy attached to the legend the place is today one of the popular hangout zones and a photo spot particularly in May when it’s the time for the flame trees to bloom