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Guam is one of those countries with undoubtedly rich culture and history. However, the capital city itself, Hagatna, promises a lot of sights to see and activities to do. In fact, tourism is Hagatna’s principal industry. Most of the visitors come from Japan, yet nowadays, visitors from all over the world are beginning to flock the city for a wonderful experience.

For one, it is undeniable that the beaches in Hagatna are just exceptionally awesome. They are so clear that the waters are visible up to 200 feet. It promises visitors of a lovely time while admiring the waters’ unique coral gardens which is full of different kinds of fishes. This calm and relaxing experience can best be enjoyed with the companionship of a lovely Hagatna escort service model.

One such beautiful beach is the Ritidian Point, which boasts of its gorgeous powdery white sand beach line. The place is a good for swimming and snorkelling. However, the current in this area might be rough and strong therefore visitors should be careful. Since the sands are fine, it is a good place for sunbathing with your lovely companion Hagatna London escort model from PalaceVIP.

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Another good place to visit is the Guam Pacific War Museum. Guam has been blessed with many brave people who fought during the war. Artefacts and other collections can be found inside the museum, and is free for viewing to the public and tourists.

For a total immersion of the Chamorro culture, visiting the Chamorro village is a must do. This is a very lively street where you can find many things to enjoy: natural produce, food, as well as native handicrafts to be used for souvenirs are sold. You can even practice your negotiating skills to get the best deal available.

Another historical landmark in the entire Hagatna is the South Pacific Memorial Park, which is a memorial commemorating all those people all over the world who were killed during the second world war. This park was generously donated by the Japanese people.

For a religious experience, you can visit Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica. This was built in the 17th century, but was slightly destroyed during World War II. It was restored to its current glory and is currently serving as a good religious landmark in Guam.


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