Whether your clients travel to experience culture, adventure, or the comforts of a lavish getaway, there are countless reasons to introduce them to Guam. The Jewel of Micronesia offers the pleasures and conveniences of a cosmopolitan lifestyle against a backdrop of natural beauty rivaling that of the most untouched landscapes.
Bringing our beautiful island to life are some of the world's friendliest and most welcoming people, a vibrant multiethnic community of Chamorros, Filipinos, Pacific Islanders, Caucasians, Asians, and others from a variety of backgrounds.
Explore the pages in this section of our website for details on how you and your clients can enjoy our island no matter what your interests. Or begin right here and consider just a few of the attractions Guam has to offer:
Sports and Adventure
-Warm, pristine ocean waters at Guam's dive sites attract scuba enthusiasts year-round. Unspoiled reefs and World War II wrecks fascinate and inspire.
-Take your pick at one of seven golf courses on Guam, or just play all of them. Captivating views circle each of the island's courses, designed by legends of the sport.
-Guam is renowned for its turquoise lagoons, deep-sea currents, and water clarity. Our waters offer the ideal environment for snorkeling, jet skiing, kayaking, parasailing, or canoeing.
-Luxury spas operate in most of Guam's hotels and independently in Tumon.
-The SandCastle dinner and cocktail show in the heart of Tumon is the island's own Las Vegas-style dinner show complete with acrobats and magicians.
-Chances are, you won't see another sunset like the ones you'll see on Guam. Enjoy the view from your choice of sunset dinner cruises, a favorite among island visitors and locals.
-Explore Chamorro culture at one of Guam's 19 traditional village fiestas, or at Gef Pa'go Historical Village in Inarajan. Bake bread in a Chamorro oven or try your hand at weaving.
-Walk the Hagåtña Heritage Trail through Guam's capital city to learn about the island's history during World War II, Spanish rule, and the millennia when Guam's first people, the Chamorros, developed a complex culture that flourishes today.
- Get off the beaten path and explore Guam's unspoiled waterfalls, freshwater caves, and mountain peaks on a hike, or "boonie stomp," as we like to call it.
-Marvel at Guam's marine life without getting wet. Visit Fisheye Marine Park and Underwater Observatory. Watch scuba divers and snorkelers from the comfort of an air-conditioned viewing room.
-Hop the Cocos Island Ferry in Merizo, on the island's south side, to explore a private beach complete with water activities and a buffet lunch. Swim in the clear waters for an afternoon away.
-Tour operators can lead you on an exploration, from the green terrain of southern Guam to the north's legendary Two Lovers Point, plus the many World War II sites in between.