Ancient monuments meet modern conveniences in the far-flung Western Pacific
Hey there, and welcome to Guam. This US territory, located in Micronesia, in the Western Pacific, has a storied World War II history that’s explored through various monuments and in the Pacific National Historic Park. Before Europeans got to the island, Chamorro society ruled, and their history can be seen in ancient Latte stone carvings. Chamorro villages still exist, too, and there’s also a history of Spanish colonialism in parts. Usually, people come to Guam for the miles of sandy beaches, picturesque coconut trees and rolling mountains. So, whether you’re going for watersports, mountain views, or to explore Chamorro culture, VISIT GUAM!