The infrastructure in Guam is modern and adequate with plenty of shops and restaurants. A mix of Asian, Polynesian and European cultures has favoured the cuisine. Duty free shopping in the modern boutiques is a popular pastime and the Pacific War museum offers an interesting insight into the battles that took place here.
Last updated: 8 February 2018
A US territory in the western Pacific, Guam boasts lush tropical landscapes, exotic and secluded beaches and people with a warm and welcoming disposition. The biggest island in Micronesia, this former Spanish colony is close to the equator so the weather and surrounding waters are warm year-round. Here you can swim with turtles, rock dive, wind surf or skydive. Dive amongst the ship wrecks from two World Wars, watch fire dancers on the beach or take a sail around the island to spot dolphins.
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