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Aún queda evidencia de la defensa militar de EE. UU. que comenzó durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial en la Andersen Air Force Base, ubicada en un extremo de la isla. Descubre más del rol fundamental de Guam en la historia de la Segunda Guerra Mundial en el Pacific War Museum y en el War in the Pacific National Historical Park.

La isla tiene 4000 años de historia y más de 130 sitios en el National Register of Historic Places. Entérate de la historia detrás de Two Lovers Point y observa las demostraciones culturales en Chamorro Village. Aventúrate en un recorrido a pie de 4 kilómetros alrededor de la capital de Agaña y visita 17 sitios históricos. Observa las antiguas piedras Latte —pilares con rocas en forma de taza en la parte superior— que solían usar como apoyo para las casas.

Relájate en algunas de las playas más populares de la isla, incluidas Ypao Beach Park, Ritidian Point, Tumon Beach y Gun Beach. A los buceadores les espera una oportunidad única en las afueras de la costa, ya que pueden explorar dos buques de guerra de dos guerras distintas que se encuentran uno al lado del otro en el fondo marino. El SMS Cormoran II, un crucero alemán que hundieron durante la Primera Guerra Mundial, y el Tokai Maru, un buque de carga japonés que hundieron durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

Quédate en el distrito Tumon Bay, que cuenta con una amplia variedad de complejos turísticos, restaurantes, atracciones y entretenimiento. En Guam, tu dinero vale un poco más, ya que no aplican impuestos de venta.

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Ancient Chamorro village in Guam
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Guam has two official languages, English and Chamorro, the indigenous language.

Guam’s fine coral ‘sand’ on Ritidian Beach
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What you see on Guam’s beaches is fine coral, not sand, and it’s also what they mix with cement to make their roads.

A jungle waterfall in Guam
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An Imperial Japanese Army sergeant found on Guam in 1972 hid in the jungle for nearly 30 years after World War II ended.

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Gorgeous views from Ritidian Point’s beach

Ritidian Point

Nearly 20 kilometers north of Tumon Bay and set within the Guam National Wildlife Refuge, you’ll find this perfectly preserved white beach, where swimming, sunbathing and total serenity are popular pastimes.

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Governor Joseph Flores Memorial Park (Ypao Beach)

This family-friendly, accessible beach offers plenty of amenities and plays host to lots of events, including concerts at the bandstand. Also designated a marine preserve area, Ypao is known for its great snorkeling.

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The interior of Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica

Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica

Find this soaring structure built on the site of a 1669 Catholic Mission cathedral (the first here) along the Hagatna Heritage Walking Trail. Marvel at the glorious interior, which enshrines Santa Marian Kamalen, Patroness of Guam.

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Asan Beach Overlook in War in the Pacific National Historical Park

War in the Pacific National Historical Park

Stop in to T. Stell Newman Visitor Center, the park’s new museum commemorating bravery and sacrifices during World War II, featuring interactive exhibits and artifacts. Outside, explore coral reefs, wetlands and forests where you can fish, hike, snorkel or dive.

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Shipwreck diving in Guam

Apra Harbor Shipwrecks

Divers have long considered Guam a major diving destination, mainly because of the many shipwrecks found within minutes of each other in this harbor. Discover World War I and World War II vessels while moving through the 28-degree Celsius waters that are teeming with marine life.

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Cocos Island

Less than 2 kilometers off the southern tip of Guam is this enchanting island. Encircled by a turquoise lagoon, there’s plenty to do along its beautiful shores, including diving, windsurfing and fishing. The Cocos Island Resort offers even more.

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Snorkeling in Tumon Bay

Tumon Bay

High cliffs and sandy beaches ring the bay in the busy tourist district, which is also a marine preserve and features a popular public beach. Lining the shore are dozens of hotels, shopping centers, water parks and high-rises.

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Stunning views and photo opportunities from Two Lovers Point

Puntan Dos Amantes, or Two Lovers Point

Visit this cliff overlooking the Philippine Sea, where Chamorro legend says two lovers leaped so they could be together forever. The view from the 112-meter peak makes this Guam’s No. 1 tourist attraction.

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Taking in the view from Fort Soledad

Fort Soledad, Umatac

One of four fortifications built in the 1800s by the Spanish to protect Umatac, Fort Soledad is on a steep bluff. From the sentry post, get a spectacular view of the village, bay, mountains and coastline.

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Coconut husking display at Gef Pa’go Cultural Village

Gef Pa’go Cultural Village

To preserve local culture and pass down traditions, elder Chamorros demonstrate arts, crafts and cooking in this living Inarajan museum of thatched huts, modeled after a World War II-era community.

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Hot Air Balloon flying over Asheville, North California
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