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Snorkeling spots in Guam that will leave you smiling

Guam may be better known for its world-class dive sites, but there are plenty of great underwater adventures to be had without a tank – if you...

Angsana Spa

Relax and renew in one of these luxurious Guam spas

Angsana Spa
Angsana Spa, an award-winning Asian spa brand founded by the renowned Banyan Tree Spa, is located at the...
Photo by Guam Visitors Bureau

Guam's cool coral

An astounding number of organisms make their homes o...

When hiking on Guam, do it safely!

Hiking in a small tropical island definitely has its benefits, especially when many destinations are not that far off or treacherously dangerous...

Photos by Emma Kalka

The experience of a lifetime

To say I’ve always been an Olympics fan is a slight understatement.
 
I grew up watching the Games every two years like...
Photos by Joely Santiago

Singapore’s forest in the clouds

Wouldn’t it be wondrous to explore a forest in the clouds? Well, you can. Sort of. Cloud forests exist in humid tropical and sub-tropical areas...
Local hikers enter one of the Talofofo Caves to explore and study artifacts such as lusongs, stone mortars, and pictographs, left by ancient Chamorros. Photo by Nathalie Pereda, courtesy of Guampedia

Get to know Guam: Talofofo God's country

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...

April Happenings at the Guam Museum

APRIL HAPPENINGS 
 
Featured Exhibition: Treasures of FestPac 
An exhibition of the gifts...

Independent Guåhan seeks to connect community to sacred sites through its Hale’-ta Hikes Series April 7

Independent Guåhan invites the public to participate in the second of its Hale’-ta Hikes, which will take hikers to the beautiful and historically...

Here's 5 ways to connect with nature on Guam

Guam has some of the most stunning beaches you might ever see but the island’s natural beauty extends far beyond white sand shores and sparkling...

My Five Travel Must-haves

My packing list tends to vary by location and season. If there’s a beach or pool, I pack my bikini. If there are mountains and snow, I bring my...
Residents who live along the Asan hillside have a view of the Niño Perdido Y Sagrada Familia Catholic Church, at the right, and the Agat Beach Unit of the War in the Pacific National Historical Park in the background. Photo by Nathalie Pereda, courtesy of Guam Museum

Get to know Guam: Asan-Maina (Assan-Ma’ina)

Etitor’s note: The U.S. territory of Guam is comprised of 22 villages, many with their own distinct character, history and points of interest...

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