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10 Things You Can Only Do on Guam

Guam offers more than just stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. This U.S. territory boasts a unique culture and history, with experiences you won't find anywhere else. Here are 10 things you can only do on Guam!

 

A Guide to Fishing in Guam

Guam is home to diverse scenic spots perfect for an array of activities. You can try your luck in fishing groupers and wrasse. If you’re looking for a different setting for angling, you can also try freshwater fishing in Guam.

 

Go North! A Guide to Guam's Northern Sights

Although only 32 miles long, Guam is just the right size for a road trip. Perhaps you've already explored the island's sleepy southern side and you'd like to venture north.

 

10 Ways to Experience Culture on Guam

Guam may be best known as a U.S. territory with luxury shopping, but that’s just the glossy exterior. Underneath, there is an exotic island culture waiting to be discovered.

 

Extreme Activities on Guam

Guam is a popular destination point for tourists from all over the world. Here are the greatest extreme activities to experience there.

 

Experience WWII in a Day on Guam

Among history buffs, Guam is famous not for its glittering beaches and luxury shopping, but for its role in the Pacific WWII battles.

 

Golfing in Paradise

With courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, Guam is a golf-enthusiast’s dream. Add turquoise ocean views and cool sea breeze and you’ll understand why Guam’s seven golf courses rank highly on international best-of lists.

 

Explore Southern Guam: Hit the Road for a Lazy 3-Hour Southern Drive

So, you’ve tanned until you're golden brown or burnt to a crisp, shopped till you dropped, and are ready to leave the manicured tourist strip of Tumon Bay and see Guam’s rugged south. Follow our itinerary for an awe-inspiring and relaxing drive around the island’s sleepy southern end.

 

Things You Need to Know About Chuuk

Are you planning a dive trip to Chuuk!? Great, here are some basic things you need to know that the guidebooks won’t tell you. Oh wait, there isn’t a guidebook!