Guam: Introduction

Micronesia's most populous island

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Guam is a cosmopolitan, vibrant island in the Pacific and the southernmost of the Mariana Islands. It offers a diverse mix of both Asian and European cultures, and is famed for its relaxed attitude to life and the warm-hearted hospitality of its locals. Home to both the indigenous Chamorros and various settlers and their descendants, the island provides a flavour of life from all over the globe without losing its unique charm.

Getting around Guam is easy, particularly between the main tourist spots, and the rental of a car is the easiest way to get around this tiny island whilst taking in its numerous sights. Guam packs an astonishing amount to see into its 30 mile length, and visitors are often shocked by just how much there is to do on such a small and remote island.

Guam is well geared up for tourism, with excellent hotels, a wide variety of restaurants and plenty of activities. With such a varied ethnic mix, the style of cuisine is truly global, though American cuisine is very popular on the island. Incredibly, Guam houses 7 world class golf courses, and so for the golfer, Guam is a dream holiday. Scuba diving and marine sports are also well catered for, with many water parks, stunning coastlines and crystal clear waters. A holiday on Guam will leave you spoiled for choice.