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- Rare Beaches
- Water sports
- Rich History
- Authentic flavorful food
- Unique tropical experiences
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Vacation rentals in Guam
Many globetrotters haven’t realized it yet, but Guam is a hidden gem that belongs on any serious traveler’s radar. Untouched, pristine beaches, interesting wildlife and a savings compared to destinations like Hawaii or Bora Bora, you might as well start packing your bags now! Guam is also known for having excellent restaurants serving Chamorro and international cuisine bursting with flavor. You will find many of the rentals located in the main residential areas of the country including Tamuning, Guam and Chalan Pago.Vacation rentals for everyone
One of the great things about these rentals is that travelers won’t have to pay an arm and a leg to get comfortable accommodations. With cozy rooms and ocean views, they are a great find for solo travelers, couples and families. Depending on the type of accommodations you choose, the amenities may include a kitchen, living room, dining room and washing machine. Other features that you can look for in our listings are pool access, internet, TV and parking. All in all, these rentals are a great way to start your Guam adventure!
Vacations in Guam
The area and getting around
This small island is full of beautiful history and culture that may surprise you. When Ferdinand Magellan landed on Guam in 1521 he literally put this tropical paradise on the map. Which inevitably resulted in 300 years of Spanish colonialism, traces of which can still be seen in some of the architecture and elements of the Chamorro language. Visitors can take a history detour by visiting the Magellan Monument. However, what’s even more interesting is a deep dive into Chamorro culture and civilization with a tour through quaint villages and ancient pillar formations across the nation.A foodie adventure
Guam is surprisingly full of culinary surprises. Try local favorites like red rice, Guam-style BBQ, kadon pika and kelaguen. Kelaguen is a traditional method that uses limes and hot chili peppers to “cook” fresh seafood or meat. Onions, grated coconut and salt are also added to create this signature spicy dish. Kadon Pika is a popular local comfort food that in Chamorro language translates to “spicy stew”. The meat is tender and the combination of flavors is flawless. As is the case with all the popular dishes in Guam. There is also something unique to try for the sweet tooths: coconut candy. Made with a rustic combination of coconut and sugar.
Travelers and activities
Because Guam is surrounded by clear, pristine water, it’s not surprising that there is a plethora of epic water sports to be enjoyed. Go on a sailing expedition to see the dolphins. Learn to scuba dive or hone your skills if you’re an advanced diver. Guam is the site of the only double wreck in the world making it particularly interesting for wreck divers. Guam’s transparent water and rich, colorful corals make it a great place for snorkeling too! Visitors can also try paddleboarding in the ocean or rivers. There are also plenty of surreal tropical beaches on the island for sunbathing and taking a relaxing dip.Guam for Adventure seekers
Guam is full of adventurous surprises! Visit Latte Jungle Riverboat Adventure Cruise for an entertaining half day excursion. Visitors will learn about Guam’s rich culture with a scenic rainforest ride through the historic Talofofo and Ugam rivers. This tour stops at an ancient Chamorro village where old traditions are still kept alive! The Fish Eye Marine Park’s underwater observatory makes it possible for visitors to admire colorful reefs as well as more than 200 species of fish via its 24 glass windows. Hikers should also include a trek to the top of Mount Lamlam in their itinerary for awesome views across the island.
„Natives of Guam are called Chamorro and are regarded as the oldest civilization in the North Pacific.“
Top 5 travel tips in Guam
This gorgeous natural area is full of vivid white beaches and fascinating wildlife. While you’re here, pay your respects at the archeological Chamorro remains. Also, go wildlife spotting for unusual creatures like green turtles, coconut crabs, fruit bats and tree snails.2. Feast on street food at Chamorro Village
Although this market is open daily, it really comes alive on Wednesday nights. Check out the Wednesday Night Market for souvenir scavenging, traditional dances and local delicacies.3. Bury yourself in rare sand at an otherworldly beach
At Tolofofo Beach, visitors can admire one of the 4 green sand beaches in the world. The green color of the sand is influenced by the volcanic island’s lava flow. Some say that the beauty of this beach is ethereal!4. Witness one of Guam’s dearest attractions
A magic show might be just the quirky entertainment you need to top off your amazing trip. Encore! is one of the island’s favorite attractions, and for good reasons. Held at the Fiesta Resort, this energetic show consistently receives rave reviews. Be delighted as your hosts Anthony Reed (magician), Ian Faraonel (circus artist), and Rio the white lion give you a show to remember!5. Pacific War Museum
Guam is home to the largest military base in the Pacific and the closest one to Asia. So, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it also hosts an impressive Pacific War museum. The Marine Corp is the main focus of this museum as well as the battle that was fought between the US and Japan for control over the island.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Guam
How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Guam?
We can see from our data that Guam has an average price of $305.67 per night, a relatively high one for a region in the USA.
Do I need to plan a trip to Guam well in advance?
Considering the data observed in 2020, it is an excellent region for a last-minute escape, since it has an average annual availability of 84%, which is comparatively high.
When are more vacation rentals available?
May, April and July are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations free, with respective average availability figures of 94.6%, 90%, and 86.5%.
When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Guam?
The months with the lowest properties available in Guam are, in order, December, November, and February with respective average availability figures of 79.5%, 79.5%, and 80.5%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Guam?
We have 70 rentals for you in Guam, provided by our 2 local and international partners.