The island's history goes back thousands of years. The indigenous people of Guam are the Chamorros - whose culture has been strongly influenced by the Spanish. The Spaniards landed here via Magellan's circumnavigation of the world in 1561.
Modern Guam is a vibrant and diverse community. A popular tourist destination, Guam sees over 1,000,000 visitors every year. Tumon Bay, the mile long white sand beach, remains Guam's primary attraction - similar to Waikiki in Hawaii. It boasts major hotel chains such as the Hilton and the Hyatt, and restaurants such as Outback and Hard Rock Cafe.Read More