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Guam Travel Guide

Plan Your Guam Vacation

The southernmost and largest of the Mariana Islands, Guam is an overseas territory of the United States. With around 200,000 people crammed onto little more than 200 square miles, as well as a civil airport and U.S. Naval and Air Force bases, it's not a deserted tropical paradise. It is, however, a beautiful and cosmopolitan place with a fascinating mix of Asian, European,

and Polynesian cultures, the latter thanks to its indigenous Chamorro people. Justly famed for its laid-back attitude and the warm hospitality of the locals, this remote island packs a remarkable amount into its diminutive frame.

See a Different Side of America. Guam is a U.S. territory, yes, but its culture is more aligned with that of its indigenous people, the Chamorro.

Eat Great Japanese Food. Nearly 75 percent of Guam's tourists are Japanese, so you're likely to hear "Konichiwa" when you're out for sushi.

Go Deep Sea Fishing. The Mariana Trench is the world's deepest water and Mecca for deep-sea fisherman.

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When To Go

When to Go

Peak Season: January to May

Guam gets tourists year-round, especially during winter in Japan. Peak Season temperatures hover in the ...

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