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Located in the western North Pacific Ocean, Guam is the largest and most populous island in the Mariana Islands archipelago. A US territory, Guam has a storied history with military occupations from Spain, Japan and the United States. Today Guam retains influences from each culture, as well as a strong indigenous Chamorro heritage. Most travelers make the trip to Guam to experience the sunny skies and picturesque beaches — and no matter where you stay on the island, you’re rarely ever more than 15 minutes away from a sandy spot of coastline. Thanks to its remote location, the island offers relatively unspoiled natural beauty and excellent scuba sites.
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The island boasts more than 200 species of coral and 60 dive sites, most of which can be accessed by boat. Scuba enthusiasts will appreciate The Blue Hole, as well as two famous sunken Japanese warships — the Kitzagawa Maru and Tokei Maru. If up for an adventure, the famous Marinas Trench — the world’s deepest point — is located about 338 kilometres off the coast.
Puntan Dos Amantes
Also known as ‘Two Lovers Point,’ this romantic cliff in northern Guam overlooks the Philippine Sea. As the legend goes, two lovers jumped off the cliff after their families forbid them from being together. The site attracts couples from all over the world, who come to admire panoramic views and a symbol of eternal love.
Every Wednesday night, Chamorro Village in Agana comes alive with food and souvenir stands. On Thursday nights, a more local-oriented market featuring Chamorro food can be found at the Santa Teresita Church in Mangilao.
Make a Splash
Water sports are among the most popular activities — look for parasailing, boating, kayaking, dolphin watching, jet skiing, paddle boarding, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and more.
Gef Pa'go Cultural Village
This preserved village celebrates indigenous Chamorro culture with traditional thatched huts and hands-on opportunities to learn how to make local crafts, such as coconut candy and woven textiles.
HK Express Airways has been approved by the US Customs & Border Protection (CBP) into the Guam & Saipan Visa Waiver Program (Guam-CNMI VWP) as well as the US Visa Waiver program.
The Guam-CNMI VWP allows certain passport holders to travel to Guam and Saipan without a visa, including HKSAR passports and British National Overseas (BNO) passports without having to apply for anESTA. For the full list of participating countries and details, please click here. The US Visa Waiver program allows certain passport holders to travel to the United States without a visa, including HKSAR passports and British National Overseas (BNO) passports. However, application for an ESTA is necessary to facilitate your travel in to the United States. For more information, please click here.
For Guests holding the People’s Republic of China passport, please note that while a visa is not needed for travel to Saipan, application for a visa will be necessary for travel to Guam. Additionally, please note that enrolment in the EVUS program is mandatory for select visa holders. Please click here for more information.