Located in the Pacific Ocean, Guam Island is part of the archipelago of the Mariannes Islands, in Micronesia. With its status of a 'unincorporated' U.S. territory, the island is among the most important strategic bases in the Pacific Ocean, with numerous military installations and about 12,000 soldiers on the territory. The atmosphere and infrastructures are marked by American culture. Inland, there are mountains
covered with vegetation to be discovered, while beaches crowded with body boarders occupy the coast
. If you travel to Guam, be sure to make the most of your beautiful, unique surroundings.