Guam Food Tour – Now how exciting is that? As if the sun, the sand and the beautiful tropical paradise weren’t enough, Guam now has a Food Tour too, which will take you on a culinary journey across the tiny island.
The Guam Food Truck is the brainchild of Leslie Travis and her partner Conrad Berg, and they drew their inspiration from Vietnamese Food Tours. They toured the island in their search for the best authentic food and finally, after a lot of preparation, the Guam Food Tour began rolling on July 15, 2015 with its Fiesta Plate Tour. Earlier on July 6, they had launched their website and popularized it all across the social media.
The Guam Food Tour – What It Is:
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This gastronomic journey of three and a half hours and five courses takes you around the island of Guam where you get to taste some of the best local dishes. During the journey, knowledgeable guides will fill you in on the history of Guam, its culture and how its cuisine was shaped.
Tours run eight times a week: twice each on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
General Adult: $75
For More Details: Visit www.guamfoodtours.com or find them on social media.
Some of the most popular dishes you will get to try on the tour are Spicy Kelanguen, Tinaktak Stew, Kadonpika, Tamales Gisu, and decadent Latiya.
Leslie Travis and Conrad Berg know their food and with their passion, have put together a novel attraction for tourists visiting Guam and have carved a special niche for themselves in the tourist map of Guam. Guam Food Tours lets you have a Guam experience that goes beyond the usual beaches and trekking and ups the notch on the whole Guam experience.
So if you are planning a visit to Guam, you know what to put on your To Do List. We at Days Inn, the most popular Guam Hotel will only be happy to set ou off on this wonderful culinary experience of Guam. Oh, and by the way, we have been rated the #1 Tamuning Hotel by none other than Trip Advisor.