Guam Travel Insurance
In the Western Pacific Ocean, you will find this little island in Micronesia, as part of the U.S. territory. Because of its proximity from the International Date Line, the island of Guam is the first to experience a new day in the United States, thus also identified as a place ‘Where America’s Day Begins’. Until 1898, Guam was a Spanish colony, and this tiny island carries an influence of many cultures including traditional Chamorro, American, and Asian. The island was an important battle zone during World War II. Guam’s climate and its sandy stretches make it an ideal beach destination. Put on a diver’s helmet and dive to the ocean floor to experience Guam’s clear waters. As you snorkel, watch with wonder as the fishes swim curiously around you. How about a cool, real submarine dive through the beauty of the undersea? These activities must be part of your Guam trip! Because of its crucial past during World War II, Guam especially appeals to those who would like to have a taste of adventure and history both.
‘The War in the Pacific National Historical Park’ preserves many wreck sites that divers will find easily accessible. Tumon Bay Preserve will draw tourists for its abundant marine life. Located on a cliff, the ‘Two Lovers Point’ offers a breathtaking view of the Tumon Bay and the southwestern parts of Guam. Every weekend, many exciting five-kilometer races are organized through the island’s roads. The first-time visitors must attend the Chamorro Village Wednesday Night Market, a weekly event where locals and tourists mix over cultural performances, food, and dancing.
What does travel insurance for Guam covers? A huge range of covers such as medical emergencies, trip hassles, automatic extension, personal liability and accidents, home insurance while you are overseas, and repatriation of mortal remains. With Royal Sundaram’s travel insurance
for Guam, you will make your holiday risk-free.