Guam is a tropical paradise ready to welcome discerning gay travelers
Known for its tropical beaches, rich history, and diverse culture, Guam also boasts a vibrant LGBTQ community. Legally part of the U.S. despite its distant Western Pacific location, the island territory passed same-sex marriage in 2015. Today, Guam offers an open, welcoming environment for gay tourists.
Adventurers enjoy jungle river cruises and world-class scuba diving among vibrant coral reefs and sunken WWII wrecks off Tumon Bay’s powdery coastline. The War in the Pacific National Historical Park provides insights into the island’s pivotal Pacific theater role.
Gay travelers also enjoy Guam’s exciting nightlife and drag shows offered in the island’s urban hub of Tamuning. Annual Pride parades and festivals held in June feature vibrant celebrations of diversity with local performers, vendors and visitors from around the world.