With a sandy white beach, crystal-clear lagoons, mangroves, and spectacular sunsets, this stunning setting in the Pacific Ocean awaits corporate groups in search of adventures off the beaten track. In addition to corporate events, Guam is also an exotic destination for weddings. The best news of all is that, for U.S. citizens, no passport is needed to visit Guam (as it is an an unincorporated U.S. territory).
Guam, the largest island in Micronesia, has an average temperature of 85° F. There are 32 waterfalls, rocky cliffs and the highest mountain on the planet, Mount Lamlam.
During their time in Guam, corporate groups can enjoy snorkelling, dolphin walking, hiking, caving, diving, and sea walking on the ocean floor. The Atlantis submarine expedition to view the underwater world is extremely popular so groups rare advised to make their reservations well in advance. Children of all ages will enjoy Jeff's Pirate's Cove that includes a restaurant, museum and an opportunity to shop for pirate's booty.
Historical sites include the Plaza De Espana, with remnants of the Spanish presence:
An ideal time to visit is in 2016 when Guam will host the 12th Festival of Pacific Art (FestPac) from May 22- June 4, 2016. Since 1972, 27 Pacific Island Nations and Territories have come together every 4 years for cultural exchanges. The festival will be an opportunity to showcase the culture of the Chamorro, Guam's indigenous people. 2,500 artists, performers and cultural experts from around the South Pacific will participate.
Other festivals include the Guam Live International Music Festival in early June, the Guam International Film Festival in September, and Shop Guam Festival in November.