Advisory panel on government reorganization formed

February 26, 2020

1/4
Please reload

Please reload

Get our mobile app

IT&E new size Nov.png
Decembere 2019 cover.jpg
Story Feed

Colonia, Yap--  For more than ten years, the Yap Visitors Bureau has been working closely with Patrick Ranfranz, founder of the Missing Crew Project, and villages throughout Yap to conserve important...

December 12, 2018

While Guam’s tourism reflects an increase in visitor arrivals in 2017, data show a decline in average tourist spending, according to Siska Hutapea, president and chief appraiser of Cornerstone Valuati...

More than 160 local vendors are participating in the seventh annual Shop Guam e-Festival, generating more than 250 offers.

Eight social media ambassadors from different countries joined the Guam Visito...

As thousands of Guam voters went to the polls for the island's primary election, many were busy cleaning up algae that has fouled the bay and beach.  Over 400 people volunteered their time.

(Photos, Gu...

June 11, 2018

Six flights weekly beginning July 21st

The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) is pleased to welcome the inaugural of Jeju Air flight service between Japan’s Kansai International Airport and Guam on July 21, 20...

January 19, 2018

Preparations underway to open for visitors

Members of the Made’de and Kabul Hill WWII Task Force show off one of the new informational signs that will be erected at the site above Colonia. Top to botto...


On the morning of October 2, 2017, a serious boat accident involving a tour group from the People’s Republic of China took place in the Rock Islands of Palau. This tragedy resulted in one fatality an...

Nearly 200 passengers arrived on Air Seoul’s inaugural flight to Guam from Seoul, Korea early Wednesday morning.

Air Seoul is an Incheon based low-cost carrier that now provides direct service from Inc...

 Contrary to what many might expect, tourists continue pouring into Guam despite the escalating threats of a missile attack from North Korea, a seeming indication of how most people perceive Pyongyang...

A quiet and peaceful weekend scene on Guam's Tumon Bay (Trinity Feliciano)

It's not exactly news to the people of Guam or its tens of thousands monthly tourist visitors that North Korea has been utteri...

Please reload

Archives