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Transportation on Guam

Transportation on Guam

Exploring Guam is easy with various transportation options for tourists and locals. Here's a quick guide to help you get around the island efficiently.

Rental Cars

The most common way to get around Guam is by renting a car. Major car rental companies are available at the airport, hotel lobbies and other locations around the island. The rates are comparable to the U.S. mainland and most accept major credit cards. A valid driver's license is required. 


Ride-Sharing Services

Ride-sharing services are also a convenient option for getting around the island. Good to go Rides is similar to Uber. They offer reliable and affordable transportation and you can book a ride via their app or online


Public Transportation

The Government run Guam Mass Transit Authority (GMTA) operates buses on nine routes, connecting nearly all of the villages of the island. However, GMTA routes were not designed to support visitors and the schedules may not be very frequent, so it's best to check the GRTA website for up-to-date routes and times. The standard fare is affordable, but GRTA buses are generally not considered the most reliable for visitors.



Taxis are readily available at all hotels and major shopping centers. All taxis have regulated meters. While taxis can be expensive, they are reliable for short trips or airport transfers. 


Trolleys and Prive Shuttles

Several private companies on Guam operate special shopping and tour busses that make regularly scheduled runs between major shopping centers like the Micronesia Mall, KMART, Guam Premier Outlets and other selected points. These services include stops at hotels and other popular tourist spots. Fees are reasonable and you can check for special passes for unlimited rides. Check with your hotel desk for the best options and current schedules.


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