8 days in El Paso & Guam Itinerary

8 days in El Paso & Guam Itinerary

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El Paso, United States
— 2 nights
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Tumon, Guam
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El Paso, United States

— 2 nights
Change things up with these side-trips from El Paso: Las Cruces (Old Mesilla Village, New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, &more) and Heart of the Desert Pistachios & Wine (in Mesilla).

To find other places to visit, reviews, traveler tips, and more tourist information, refer to the El Paso trip planner.

If you are flying in from United States, the closest major aiports are Las Cruces International Airport and Holloman Air Force Base. In July, daytime highs in El Paso are 97°F, while nighttime lows are 73°F. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 3rd (Sat) early enough to fly to Tumon.

Things to do in El Paso

Museums · Outdoors · Parks · Historic Sites

Side Trip

Tumon, Guam

— 3 nights
Lazing on the beach and cooling off in the clear water remain the most popular things to do in Tumon, the busiest resort town in Guam.
Go for a jaunt from Tumon to Hagatna to see Ritidian Point about 40 minutes away. And it doesn't end there: make a trip to Two Lovers Point, look for gifts at JP Super Store, get up close and personal with brilliant marine life at Fish Eye Marine Park, and browse the different shops at Guam Premier Outlets.

To find reviews, maps, more things to do, and more tourist information, read our Tumon road trip website.

Explore your travel options from El Paso to Tumon with the Route module. Traveling from El Paso to Tumon, you'll lose 17 hours due to the time zone difference. When traveling from El Paso in July, plan for slightly colder days in Tumon, with highs around 88°F, while nights are about the same with lows around 78°F. Wrap up your sightseeing by early afternoon on the 8th (Thu) to allow enough time to fly back home.

Things to do in Tumon

Parks · Outdoors · Beaches · Shopping

Side Trips

Guam travel guide

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Beaches · Shopping Malls · Landmarks
Indigenous, Spanish colonial, and American influences are all visible during a vacation in Guam, a Pacific island that forms part of the Mariana Archipelago. First settled by the indigenous Chamorro people centuries ago, the island was "discovered" by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521-- Spanish colonial powers eventually settled the island in 1668. Today the island is a U.S. territory, with many mainland U.S. citizens choosing to visit Guam as a visa-free way to enjoy the Pacific. Tourism in Guam focuses heavily on the island's picturesque beaches, extensive diving opportunities, and indigenous culture and history.