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Why Visit Guam?

Guam, a United States territory in the Western Pacific, is an island paradise renowned for its stunning landscapes and unique culture. Covering approximately 549 square kilometers, it is the largest and southernmost of the Mariana Islands. Guam’s landscapes encompass lush jungles, pristine beaches, and dramatic cliffs.

Hagåtña, also known as Agana, serves as the capital, while Tumon Bay is a popular tourist area. Guam’s culture is a rich fusion of indigenous Chamorro traditions and American influences, evident in its language, cuisine, and celebrations. The island’s strategic location and strong U.S. military presence make it a key hub in the Pacific.