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Hike to Tarzan Falls: Beautiful waterfalls in heart of Guam

This hike can be extremely muddy, so be sure to wear clothes, socks, and shoes that you don’t mind dying a shade of red, at least temporarily....

Exploring 3 Okinawa islands in 3 days with $300

I departed on a Sunday morning in May from Okinawa’s Tomari Port (see sidebar below), which was crowded with tourists of...

Hikes on Guam for all ages

Trekking off the beaten path is a great way to enjoy all the great landscapes and pristine beauty Guam has to offer. There are lots of hikes easy...

Measuring up to Micronesia

Editor’s note: The islands dotting the Western Pacific region of Micronesia make up well over 1,000 square miles. Sure, you may be taking on all...

Guam’s best magic shows

Modern-day magicians put on spectacular magic shows in dazzling showrooms and intimate theaters in Tumon. Let yourself be mystified and thrilled...

International Destinations: Historical Surakarta, Indonesia

People are often drawn to Indonesia for a number of reasons. Tourists flock to the island of Bali, which is famous for its breathtaking beaches...

Let's dive in and explore the depths of Rota's beauty

If you’ve ever looked north from Andersen Air Force Base on a clear day and caught glimpse of a mysterious isle floating 40 miles out, you have...

Let's tee it up on Guam!

Grab your golf bag and head to the nearest course!

Here's a breakdown of what the island offers.

"Golf is a good walk spoiled,”...

Photos by Joely Santiago

Puppy Travel Diaries

In the very near future, I will embark on an adventure of a lifetime. I’ll be leaving Japan after almost five years and moving back to the U.S....

The stories behind Chamorro cultural symbols

As you explore Guam, you’ll notice symbols that are prevalent in art, design, and architecture around the island. Get to know these symbols of...

Tumon Bay: Time to explore Guam on foot

Although residents of Guam know Tumon as the tourism sector, filled with luxury shopping, dining, and hotels piercing the sky, it’s also home to...

August Public Programs at War in the Pacific National Historical Park

Aug 25, Saturday: 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Apaca Point “From the Marines’ Perspective: An In-Water Hike”
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