Cheap Flights to Guam

As an organised, unincorporated territory of the United States, Guam has been listed as one of the 17 Non-Self-Governing Territories by the Special Committee on Decolonization of the United Nations. The country is the largest and the southernmost of the Mariana Islands. Its climate records an average high of 30.9 degrees Celsius or 87.6 degrees Fahrenheit, average low of 24.6 degrees Celsius or 76.3 degrees Fahrenheit, with a daily mean or 27.74 degrees Celsius or 81.94 degrees Fahrenheit. 


What to see & do

The spots that can be visited when in Guam include Umatac, Two Lovers Point, Ritidian Point, and Government House. Umatac is a village full of history. A spot up north of Umatac has been regarded by the Chamorros as the spot where the first people have been created and thus celebrate the event every year. With Magellan’s landing, which is celebrated annually every March, a Magellan monument can be seen within the village centre, along with the ruins of the Saint Dionico Church, a 1690s church which was reconstructed in 1862, but then destroyed in 1902 by an earthquake. Puntan Dos Amantes, or Two Lovers Point, is at the top of a 135-metre or 410-feet limestone cliff. The spot focuses on a legend of two young Chamorro lovers who have jumped to their deaths from the cliff; a gilded statue of the lovers can be seen on a pedestal. Ritidian Point is a national wildlife refuge, as well as the spot for one of the country’s most pristine sandy beaches. The Government House or the governor’s residence offers a panoramic view of Hagåtña, together with a museum which features Chamorro antiquities. To visit the Government House, it is recommended to call before visiting. 


How to get around within Guam 

When travelling around Guam, the options for transportation are either by bus, car, or walking. There are buses within Guam, albeit the frequency and stops are highly unpredictable. The buses can be waited for two or more hours since the system can be a bit unreliable and slow. There are tourist shopping buses that stop by most hotels within Tumon. Travelling by car is simple, with main routes on the island such as Marine Corps Drive or Guam Route 1, also known as Marine Drive. When driving on main roads within Guam, it is recommended to expect congestion. Walking around Guam is only safe when within the central business Hagåtña and Tumon. The area lacks sidewalks, walking can be a bit hazardous due to high vehicular traffic. 


How to get there

One of the premier airports that serve Guam is the Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport. Also referred to as Guam International Airport, the airport works as the primary base for Asia Pacific Airlines and United Airlines. Located out of Tamuning and Barrigada, Guam International Airport operates flights into and out of national and international destinations such as Taipei via Taoyuan International Airport; Nagoya via Chubu Centrair International Airport; Tokyo via Narita International Airport; Seoul via Incheon International Airport, Manila via Ninoy Aquino International Airport, and Saipan via Saipan International Airport, through airlines such as China Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines, Jeju Air, Philippine Airlines, and United Express operated by Cape Air. Other destinations also include Cairns, Chuuk, Fukuoka, Hong Kong, Nagoya, and Yap, among others. Some of the airlines and operate charter flights are Korean Air and Orenair, with its flights to and from Jeju, Blagoveshchensk, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. 

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