Guam is a tropical paradise and US-territory island located in the Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Due to its location in the Pacific, it’s home to unbeatable beaches, as well as some very interesting World War II history. For those of you who haven’t heard of Guam, the island is located around a seven-hour flight from Hawaii, and a three to four-hour flight from Japan. It’s the first American soil to see the new day, with the sun rising several hours before that in West Coast USA. Here’s your rundown of the best Guam beaches.
Tanguisson Beach is one of the most secluded Guam beaches. It’s a rugged, uncultivated beach where you can really feel at one with nature. To get to the best part of the beach, you’ll have to walk through a water crossing, and it’s well worth it as you’ll be greeted with incredible white sand and crystal clear waters. There aren’t many tourists on the beach, just the occasional local fisherman. The beach has everything you need to kick back and have a good time, with picnic tables and BBQ pits.