Guam is an island in Micronesia in the Pacific Ocean that is part of the United States. It is a territory and not one of the 50 U.S. States. The people that first lived there are called "Chamorros". The capital of Guam is the city of Hagåtña.
With an average of 30 degrees Celsius for highs and 26C for lows, it’s beach weather year-round on the Pacific Ocean island of Guam, a U.S. territory since 1950, where there are only two seasons: dry (December through June) and rainy (July through November). Don’t let that rain keep you away. Downpours are brief on this island that’s just 48 kilometers long, 14.5 kilometers wide and best known for its beaches, Chamorro culture and historical sites stemming from both Spanish colonization and World War II.