Guam

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About Country

Capital
Hagåtña
Population
Approximately 170,000 (2021 estimate)
Population Density
301 people per square kilometer
GDP
$5.8 billion (nominal, 2021 estimate)
Language
English and Chamorro are the official languages, with many residents also speaking Japanese and other Asian languages
Currency
United States dollar (USD)
National Dish
Kelaguen (a dish made with meat, coconut, and lemon)
Religion
Catholicism is the predominant religion in Guam, with significant Protestant and other Christian minorities
Climate
Guam has a tropical climate, with a rainy season from July to December and a dry season from January to June
Main Industries
Tourism, military defense, and service industries (including retail and healthcare)
Level of Development
Guam is considered a developed territory of the United States, with a human development index (HDI) ranking of not applicable
Area
Approximately 544 square kilometers

Escape to the tropical paradise of Guam 🇬🇺, where pristine beaches 🏖️, ancient cultural treasures 🎨, and exciting adventures 🚣 await. Immerse yourself in the local Chamorro culture, savor the delicious cuisine 🍴, and make memories to last a lifetime. Start planning your dream getaway today!

Guam is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the western Pacific Ocean. The island is known for its beautiful beaches, tropical climate, and unique blend of Chamorro, American, and Asian cultures.

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  • 210 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tumon Bay, 96913, Guam, Tamuning
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  • Tamuning, Guam (1)
  • Tamuning, Guam
  • Tumon Bay, Guam

Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in Guam include:

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    Tumon Bay: a popular beach destination on the western coast of Guam, known for its clear waters and water sports activities.

  • 2

    Two Lovers Point: a scenic overlook on the northern coast of Guam, offering breathtaking views of the ocean and surrounding landscape.

  • 3

    War in the Pacific National Historical Park: a park and museum dedicated to the history of World War II in the Pacific, featuring artifacts, exhibits, and memorials.

  • 4

    Chamorro Village: a cultural center in the heart of Hagåtña, offering traditional food, crafts, and live performances.

  • 5

    Ritidian Point: a nature reserve and beach on the northern coast of Guam, featuring a diverse array of flora and fauna, as well as ancient Chamorro artifacts and petroglyphs.

  • 6

    Inarajan Pools: natural swimming pools located on the southern coast of Guam, surrounded by lush vegetation and rock formations.

  • 7

    Puntan Dos Amantes: a scenic lookout located on the southern coast of Guam, offering views of the ocean and nearby islands.

  • 8

    Guam Museum: a museum dedicated to the history and culture of Guam and the Chamorro people, featuring exhibits and interactive displays.

  • 9

    Cocos Island: a small, uninhabited island off the southern coast of Guam, known for its beautiful beaches and coral reefs.

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    Mount Lamlam: the highest peak on Guam, offering hiking trails and stunning views of the island and surrounding ocean.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that Guam has to offer. The island's unique cultural heritage, natural beauty, and strategic location make it a popular destination for travelers from all over the world.

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