JAL has decided to increase flights to Honolulu and Guam in response to the growing demand for resort travel following the reclassification of the Covid-19 infection to Class 5 under the Infectious Disease Control Law.
Taiwan’s largest travel show, the annual Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF), opened October 26, 2012 with much fanfare and a grand ceremony commemorating its 20th travel fair anniversary in 26 years.
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The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) attended the Los Angeles Travel & Adventure show in Long Beach, California, on January 14-15, 2012 to promote the tropical island destination of Guam.
DeafNation’s Joel Barish arrived on Guam Wednesday as part of an around-the-world tour. This is his third. Barish traveled from Austin, Texas, to Sweden, India, Bhutan, Bali, and the Philippines. Guam and Hawaii are his last stops on the 21-day journey.
Described as a cross between a roller-coaster and a water slide, Zorb rides are intended to quicken the pulse and elicit thrills. The New Zealand company set up shop this month at Guam’s Leo Palace Resort. Zorb Guam has two unique tracks called the “Double Dippers” and offers both Zydro and Zorbit rides.
The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) is inviting professional and amateur triathletes in the Philippines to join in the 2012 XTERRA Guam Championship Off-Road Triathlon. The annual XTERRA Guam race is set for March 10, 2012, and it promises to be the biggest triathlete sporting event in Guam.
Phase I of the Tagada Guam amuse¬ment park is set to open next month. Tagada will be leasing nearly 4,000 square feet in Tumon between the Ohana Bayview and Pacific Place.
Guam’s first and original Chamorro cultural theme park recreates Chamorro life 500 years ago. Chamorros are Guam’s first inhabitants. Lina’la’ Park rests on an actual Chamorro village, dating over 1,000 years ago. Latte stones, pottery, and other artifacts reveal that villagers lived there until the beginning of the Spanish era in the 17th century.