Stuck on a Guam layover? If so, there’s plenty to do both inside and outside the The A.B. Won Pat International Airport. First, though, Layover Guide suggests checking out a list of tips that the airport suggests travelers be aware of when arriving in .
If stuck inside the Guam airport, check out the International Food and Beverage options including the Pacific Dining Island Café and Bar, and some select shopping stores. There is also foreign exchange, ATM services, and nearby hotels that you can stop at for a quick nap, including the Guam Airport Hotel. Here’s additional hotels near the airport.
The airport is located a close 4 miles of the capital, Agana. As for transportation, there are taxis outside of the West Arrival Terminal Building. There are also car rental and Tour Group Counters, that you can check out if your layover is lengthy. For contact information, click here.
Luggage storage is not available at the airport, but if you would really like to see some sights without worrying about your luggage, you can always leave it in a hotel room for the day.
Layover Guide’s Suggestions Of Things To Do On A Guam Layover:
Latte Stone Park
Located in central Hagatna are the . The stones are actually pillars dating back to 500 A.D. on which ancient Chamorro houses were constructed. They aren’t found anywhere else in the world, and have become a signature of Guam
Two Lovers Point
Considered to be a place where, during the Spanish rule, two star-crossed lovers leapt to their death, today there is the Two Lovers Point Park and observation platform over the dramatic cliff that offers breathtaking views of the ocean and Tumon Bay.
Underwater World is a large aquarium located next to Sam Choy’s in Tumon. The complex offers a 7′ wide by 7′ tall tunnel in 10 feet of water, and three floors of exhibits you will find a large variety of marine. Audio tours are available, and the tour lasts from 45 minutes to 1½ hour. Admission fees are $22 for adult and $14 for children under 12.
Atlantis Adventures offers underwater tours that allow you to explore Guam’s underwater reefs without getting wet. Aboard a 65′ submarine, in air conditioned comfort, each dive lasts about 45 minutes just inside . Current prices are $82 for adult and $42 for children under 12 years.
Guam is a golfer’s paradise with seven world-class golf courses. Check out Leo Palace golf resort in central Guam for four 9-hole courses, the 18-hole Talofofo golf course is in the Southern part of , and the Mangilao Country Club golf course.
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