Best Adventure Activity
Readers’ Choice: Jungle Rules Adventures
Experience Guam to the extreme as you venture through some of the island’s most scenic off-road trails. Set against beautiful scenic Guam, you’ll traverse through rugged red dirt terrain and enjoy breathtaking ocean vistas. There’s nothing quite like it! Whether you’re behind the wheel, or riding alongside, our professionally guided UTV tours accommodate all skill levels including families, beginners, and experienced riders. Gear up for the adventure of a lifetime with Jungle Rules…”No Rules, Just Ride!”
Readers’ Choice: Min’s
At the end of a long day, sometimes you just want to get up on stage, and sing to a room full of strangers, “I love rock ‘n’ roll.” No worries if that’s the rum in your Coke talking, because at Min’s Karaoke Lounge in Tumon, you can sing whatever you want, wherever you want—on stage, at the bar, or in a private room. The laid back cliental will sooner jump in as back up dancers than judge your rendition of Nancy Sinatra. At the bottom of Happy Landing Road, next to the Grand Plaza Min’s menu also features food from Wagaya 88 on the corner. With nightly drink specials, private rooms, and a pool table, there is a reason why Min’s “remains the undisputed heavy weight karaoke bar on Guam.”
Best Family Fun
Readers’ Choice: Guam Beaches
From white sand beaches in Tumon Bay’s Marine Preserve to unspoiled pools in the south, Guam has no shortage of beautiful beaches. Best of all, they’re free!
Best Cultural Activity
Readers’ Choice: Chamorro Village Wednesday Night
Join like-minded hikers on treks across Guam ranging from easy to challenging. The Guam Boonie Stompers journey to the island’s most beautiful waterfalls, mountains, historical sites, and beaches. See the Boonie Stomp calendar in our Events section. Chamorro Village is a must-do on Guam. The outdoor mall is open every day but the main event happens every Wednesday night from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. when tourists and locals gathers for the outdoor market and a multitude of cultural events. The markets are a great way to find inexpensive souvenirs and gifts for everyone on your list. The aroma of fresh local foods can be tempting, so be sure to bring your appetite. Vendors offer great food for even better prices, from $1 for a chicken or pork BBQ stick, $2 for banana lumpia (banana eggrolls drizzled in honey), and if you’re still hungry, plates of food vary from $5-9. If you want dinner and a show, head to the north side of the complex where there are cultural dances reminiscent of Hawaiian Lulus. Bring cash, as with most markets, stalls only except cash, however, most of the permanent stores do accept credit cards.