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Take a walk around Inarajan, Guam's oldest village

Whether you opt to rent a car or arrange for a tour by bus or van, you can’t miss out on a visit to Guam’s south side. With scenic mountain ranges...

Photo courtesy of 360Guam

Gadao's Cave: One of Guam’s most celebrated cultural treasures

This is a fantastically short hike to one of Guam’s most celebrated cultural treasures. It is definitely a must-see if you are driving through the...

Lessons your children learn from traveling

To quote Gustave Flaubert, “Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” Even children can become humble during...
Fish Eye/Photo by Jesse Garrido

Get to know Guam: Piti, a historic port village

Editor’s note: The U.S. territory of Guam is comprised of 21 villages, many with their own distinct character, history and points of interest...

Photos courtesy of Korea Tourism Organization

DMZ, a symbol of peace and culture

The Demilitarized Zone, more commonly referred to as the DMZ, was set up and agreed upon during the armistice agreement. Roughly 20 years later,...

Why Guam is the ideal destination for an instant vacation

Blessed with swimsuit weather all year-round, Guam is an idyllic, friendly paradise that is home to some of the region’s most beautiful beaches...
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Breaking down what to do on Guam with any budget

Make the most of Guam with any budget! Read our recommendations for hotels, dining, and activities for luxury lovers, families, and budget...

October public programs at War in the Pacific National Historical Park

October 13, Saturday: 1 pm to 5 pm at Asan Beach – “Art in the Park”
Embrace your creativity and learn about Lava...
Photo by Nanuli Betts

Osaka: Where to go & What to do

As soon as you step outside the bullet train upon arrival to Osaka, you feel a different vibe compared to Tokyo. Here, people are more free-...

Beachin’ good fun on base

Editor's Note: You have a favorite place to hang out? If so, share it with us. You can submit your story on this very site.
 
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Guam villages that are named after body parts ... and why

Did you know that several of Guam’s villages are named after body parts? This is directly related to one of Guam’s most enduring legends – the...

Hook a big one off Guam coast

Editor’s Note: Rafael Vargas is a kayak fisherman who enjoys maneuvering his 14-footer off the coast of Guam to reel in game fish. Here’s his...

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