Do You Need a Passport to Go to Guam?

Published by Travel Visa Pro on Fri Feb 18 2022

Guam is an island in Micronesia and an unincorporated territory of the United States in the Western North Pacific Ocean. It has two official languages, English and Chamorro, which is also the indigenous language. The United States Dollar (USD) is the currency used in Guam. The Guam Time Zone is UTC +10

It is the largest island of the Mariana Islands, characterized by peaceful fine coral beaches and fascinating dive sites. There are only two seasons in Guam: Dry season which runs through December to June and Rainy Season: July through November.

How to Get To Guam

United Airlines is currently the only airline flying directly from the United States to Guam. The non-stop flight from Honolulu takes about 7hours and 10 minutes and covers a distance of 2,357 Miles.

Do You Need a Passport to Go to Guam?

U.S. citizens entering into Guam are required to possess a valid U.S. passport. However, depending on each case, a Photo I.D. and proof of citizenship may be accepted.

Do You Need a Visa to Guam?

Guam is a territory of the United States of America. There are no visa requirements for citizens of the United States.

Covid-19 Protocol

Guam is part of the United States of America and as such, travel into Guam must meet federal guidelines. Anyone travelling into Guam must meet the requirement as dictated by the U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

This includes matters relating to Quarantine, exemptions for fully vaccinated travelers, travelers with negative COVID-19 RT-PCR or Antigen Test Result and individuals who have contracted and recovered from COVID-19 within 3 months preceding their arrival in Guam, and who show no symptoms of COVID-19 infection.

All arriving passengers must fill out a digital form known as “Guam Electronic Declaration Form” at least, 72hours before entering the island. While in Guam, travelers must wear masks in public places.

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Will My Cellphone Work in Guam?

Yes, you can use your cellphone if it operates GSM or CDMA technology.

Despite Guam being a US territory, cellular services providers in the US (AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon) do not extend their coverage there. Hence, any usage is charged international roaming rates. You can, however, subscribe to international call and data plans made available.

You can get local SIM cards, allowing you to enjoy local rates. Guam Cellular Service providers include;

GTA TeleGuam –

Docomo Pacific –


iConnect –

For iConnect MiFi and prepaid SIMs with data,