Where “American Day Begins” is the islands slogan, Guam wakes up the Americas! Guam is the largest of all the Micronesian islands with a population estimate of 173,456. It offers the most shopping areas, restaurants and water activities in the region. Guam has its own unique beauty, it is not uncommon to see a rainbow everyday in the sky; the sun is quickly shining after a quick 10 minute rain. The majority of Marine Corps Drive, the main road throughout the island is located parallel to the ocean. Sightseeing on the island you are constantly catching glimpse of ocean waves, fisherman standing in shallow bays, island children playing on the beaches and the smell of BBQing. Guam is one of the friendliest places on earth, as no one is a stranger.
Guam is home to its islanders called Chamorro’s. However Guam is the melting pot of Japanese, Koreans, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indians, Europeans, Australians and Americans from the USA. You will find every type of person in Guam that is one of the unique characteristics about the island; you don’t have to originally be from here to feel this is your home, as everyone belongs.
What is there to do?
Skydiving, snorkeling scuba diving, jet skiing, banana boat rides, fishing, spas treatments, walking Tumon Bay, monthly fiestas, fine dining, luxury shopping at Duty Free Shopping Mall, Chamorro Village Night Market, WWII sites, Fort Soledad, museums, golfing and Underwater World Aquarium are just a few things to do on Guam.
Sights to see:
Tumon and Hagatna Villages, Padre San Vitores Shrine, Two Lovers Point, CAHA Gallery, Nieves Flores Library, Plaza de Espana, Santo Papa as Juan Pablo Do Monument, San Antonio Bridge, Lujan House, Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica, Fort Santa Agueda, Statue of Liberty, Chamorro Village, Adelup Point , South Pacific Memorical Park, Mount Santa Rosa, Ritidian Point, Pago Bay, Apra Harbor Overlook, Libugon Overlook, War in the Pacific Historical Park, Sigua Falls, Tarzen Falls, Namo Falls, Mount Lam Lam, Talifak Bridge, Sella Bay Overlook, Citti Bay Overlook, Memorial Para I Lalahita, Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad, Merizo Pier Park, Coco’s Island, Merizo Bell Tower, Merizo Conbento, Inarajan Village, Talofofo Falls Park and Talofofo Bay Beach Park.
Tokai Maru, Kitsugawa Maru, SS Cormoran, Black Coral Kingdom, Blue Hole, Double Reef, Finger Reef, Gab Gab II, Hap’s Reef, Hidden Reef, American Tanker, Napoleon Cut, Pete’s Reef, Piti Bomb Holes, Crevice, Patti Point, Amphitheater, Coke Bottle Reef, Yellow Wall, Coco’s West, Coco’s East, Asan Cut, Cemetery Wall, Amtrak, Scuba Cut, Gab Gab I, Palace Wall, Outhouse Beach, Western Sholes, Nathans Dent and more.
Marriott Guam Resort, The Westin Resort, Pacific Island Club, Hyatt Guam, Fiesta Guam Resort, Hilton Resort, Sheraton Resort, Nikko Resort, Outrigger Resort and Spa and Royal Orchid Resort. There are smaller hotels out the outskirts of Tumon in the Tamuning area.
Tumon area, Guam Premier Outlet, Aganta Shopping Mall, Micronesia Mall, K-Mart and many local specialty shops on the island with unique products to offer.