There are countless ways to design an ideal Guam experience, but how best to plan a trip for your clients to learn while they unwind? As fellow travel professionals, we know you value careful scheduling as an important tool for making the most of your group's time in paradise. For your convenience, on this page Guam Visitors Bureau shares several detailed sample itineraries.
The Guam Visitors Bureau offers a wide-ranging familiarization tour to our travel industry colleagues. Many of the offerings on our FAMs itinerary are worth scouting for educational opportunities for your group. From intact canons and battle sites dating back to World War II, to an abundance of marine life flourishing in our warm waters, Guam has something to satisfy the most curious minds.
Cultural Villages, Micronesia, and More
In addition, GVB has designed several other sample itineraries to inspire the ideal educational travel experience for your clients.
Whether you want to spend two days or six, these menus are a great jumping off point for a knowledge-enriching trip, whatever the needs and interests of your market.
The tour schedules we have outlined include a variety of educational stops.
-Travel back in time in Guam's historically accurate cultural villages, which are often staffed by Chamorro elders skilled in traditional practices such as weaving and carving.
-Expand your horizons at stops on scenic overlooks.
-Become an underwater scholar at Guam's five marine preserves.
-Guam's well preserved World War II sites teach visitors about the war from a variety of perspectives. U.S. troops, Japanese forces, and the Chamorro people of Guam all experienced the war differently, and sites on our island continue to reflect that reality.
Many educational sites are accessible to travelers of all ability levels, while others require walking, hiking, or even snorkeling or diving.
As the gateway to Micronesia, Guam can also serve as home base for a tour exploring nearby islands. It's a great opportunity for your group to gain more insight into our magnificent region, where each island is as unique as a fingerprint.