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Looking into doing a story on Guam? Congratulations!
You're on the cutting edge of the travel beat. In this section of our site, you
will find contact information for our media liaisons along with the latest
Guam Visitors Bureau welcomes our media friends and colleagues. We know your readers, listeners, and viewers will be eager to learn about our magnificent beaches, pristine marine reserves, and the Chamorro culture of Guam's first people, which is celebrating a resurgence as we speak.
Guam's tropical climate and safe atmosphere make for an ideal leisure destination. Our island is also rich in history, with over a dozen World War II historical sites, striking Spanish architecture, and a wealth of Chamorro traditions dating back millennia and very much alive today.
Stories on Guam are easy to find and hard to pass up. To name just a few:
-The underwater marvels that draw scores of divers to our island are a travel journalist's dream.
-Village fiestas and island-wide festivals are happening on Guam every month of the year.
-Rising support for Chamorro language, arts, and subsistence practices on Guam is a compelling example of an indigenous movement like the many seen around the world today.
-Keep tabs on a historic rehabilitation effort: Guam's museum was destroyed in World War II, but a new facility in the works heralds the return of artifacts currently scattered across the globe.
Please reach out any time, and thank you for your interest in Guam.
Si Yu'os Må'ase! - Thank you!