Survey: Japanese tourist most likely to return to Guam
by Krystal Paco
Guam - The Guam Visitors Bureau releases data from exit survey reports for Fiscal Year 2013.
According to the numbers, Japanese are most likely to make repeat visits to Guam, spending less than three days and under $500 while on island.
As for Korean tourists, 12% are repeat visitors who stay a little over three days spending under $400.
Meanwhile, Russian visitors are coming out on top spending over $1,500 per person and staying over 13-days.
Also recorded, reasons visitors choose Guam as their destination, many of which note the island's beaches, beauty, and short travel distance.