Guam is one of the most interesting parts of the Pacific North. The furthest US territory from mainland and the closest to Asia, this is also the first place where the sun rises in the US every day and an interesting blend of Chamorro heritage and American culture.
The Spaniards conquered Guam and held on to it for 300 years, so the culture is present in many aspects including the food, the language and the strong Catholic following. Guam is home to the largest American naval base in the Pacific and a quarter of the island is off maps.
While you are in Guam you will see the tall beach hotels and resorts and the many water sports available. Food is big here and the locals love their spare ribs. Beyond the beach there is duty free shopping, diving and lots of cultural exploration.
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This small American island in Micronesia is the Bali of the North Pacific. With options for everyone, from shopaholics to golfers, divers, families, nature lovers and foodies Guam will enchant you with its rich Chamorro culture