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Guam travel stories

Guam Island Fiesta Tour

The Guam Island Fiesta Tour (GIFT) introduces visitors into the homes of local families for village fiesta celebrations. They are greeted with shell leis, invited to participate in cultural activities like coconut husking, talaya (cast net) throwing, and tuba...

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The Guam Micronesia Island Fair

Guam Preparing for the Biggest Cultural Event of the Year (Thursday, August 21, 2008; Tumon, Guam) Guam’s largest cultural fair, hosted by the Guam Visitors Bureau, is being planned with an eye to this year’s theme, Celebrating Our Seafaring Traditions. The Guam...

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Guam Celebrates (video)

Devin has a chat with Pilar Laguana of Guam Tourism who is celebrating 40 years of tourism. This is part of our video series that help travelers get to know a destination before they get there. For more on Guam at ITKT. This podcast was produced by Wayfarer Digital...

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Swimsuit Optional Guam

On a tropical island it’s a pretty sure bet that there are plenty of water activities to amuse yourself with and Guam is no exception. The ocean is our playground and there is no end to the things you can do in the water, but what about activities that don’t require...

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Christmas on Guam, Special Events

(November 12, 2006; Tumon, Guam) The holiday season on Guam begins with a series of exciting annual events designed to enthrall residents and visitors alike! From family fun runs to the official lighting of this year’s spectacular Tumon Holiday Illumination to the...

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Guam’s National Parks

TUMON, Guam, October 3, 2006 - Guam offers visitors a treasure trove of military history along with lush natural beauty and rich Chamorro traditions. The essence of Guam's military past and its unique tropical ecosystem can be experienced at its two U.S. National...

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Diving Guam

TUMON, Guam, June 15, 2006 Divers from around the world travel to Guam to dive the deepest water on Earth, the 37,000-foot-deep Marianas Trench. And while they're there, many take in the only undersea site where shipwrecks from WWI and WWII rest side by side. Guam is...

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