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About Guam

Guam is a unique and vibrant island situated in the western Pacific Ocean. As an unincorporated and organized territory of the United States, it is the largest island in Micronesia and the southernmost island of the Mariana Islands archipelago. The island is about 30 miles long and 4 to 12 miles wide and covers an area of approximately 210 square miles. Guam's population is over 168,000 and its capital city is Hagåtña. The official languages are English and Chamorro, the latter being the indigenous language of the Chamorro people who are the original inhabitants of Guam. The island's climate is tropical, with a hot and rainy season from July to December and a dry season from January to June. Guam's geography is characterized by a coralline limestone plateau with volcanic hills in the south, while the northern part is marked by steep coastal cliffs and narrow coastal plains. Its economy heavily relies on tourism, primarily from Japan, South Korea, and the United States, as well as on the U.S. military, which maintains a significant presence on the island. Guam's cultural heritage is a blend of its indigenous Chamorro traditions with Spanish, Mexican, Japanese, and American influences. Visitors to Guam can explore its beautiful beaches, dive into its clear blue waters, hike in its verdant jungles, and learn about its historical significance from the ancient Chamorro sites to the remnants of the Spanish colonial era and World War II.