Guam is a vibrant, tropical paradise, complete with powdery beaches, and coral reefs teeming with underwater life. Away from the beach, find historic buildings in the bustling capital, Hagatna, swinging nightlife in Tumon and a melting pot of Asian, European, Pacific Rim and American cultures.
On land, on sea or even under the ocean, Guam's got it all. Let the inner kid in you lose, or bring the family to enjoy a nighttime ferris wheel or bumper car ride, or head down the Piti Bomb Holes. Snorkel with the fishes or walk the ocean floor with a diver's helmet; or you can take a submarine and do it all while staying dry. Visit one of dozens of cultural or historical sites, for Guam is replete with World War II memories responsible for molding Guam into the island it is today. You can Time your travel with one of Guam's many annual events, such as a road race, the Guam Micronesia Island Fair, or any of the village festivals. Indulge in shopping, where you can purchase anything from Made on Guam products to souvenirs and keepsakes; all the way to outlet products and luxury goods for the worldly traveler. Explore all that is Guam, and all we have to offer. We are sure you will not be disappointed.
Events & Festivals
Many of Guam's festivals and holidays are similar to those in on the mainland US, such as Martin Luther King Day, Thanksgiving Day and Independence Day. However, there are many unique religious, sports and cultural events throughout the year, too. Some of those unique events are Pastries in Paradise, Gupot Y Peskadot, Liberation Day, Malojloj Fiesta, Guam Discovery Day, and Marianas Cup Beach Volleyball Festival.
Culture & Heritage
The island of Guam, Guahan in native Chamorro, is a truely cosmopolitan community that reflects the cultures of its original Chamorro inhabitants as early as 2,000 B.C., influenced by countless European, American, Asian, Micronesian, and other people who have occupied, visited and immigrated to Guam since the 16th Century.
Tours & Walks
Going on a long walk is one of life's true pleasures. Surround yourself with nature and the magnificent view while hiking through the boonies. You can choose between two sets of hikes that will take you to some of these places like Mt. Alutom, Inarajan Natural Pool, Key Hole, Fonte Dame and then enjoy a relaxing outdoors lunch at Jeff's Pirates Cove.
Chamorro (Chamorro: Fino' Chamorro or Chamoru) is a Malayo-Polynesian language (Austronesian) spoken by about 47,000 people (about 35,000 people on Guam and about 12,000 in the Northern Mariana Islands).