Guam Things to Do

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Guam Things to Do

  • Pago

    Pago Bay is the largest Bay on Guam, and it is home to one of the oldest villages on the island, founded well before 1,000 AD. When the Spanish missionaries came to Guam, Pago was selected as the site of one of the six missions. Pago village was abandoned after it was ravaged by Western diseases in 1856, and only the archeological sites remain...

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  • Apra Harbor

    Apra Harbor, on Guam's west coast, is a deep water port that is considered one of the best natural ports in the Pacific Ocean. The northern part of the harbor is a commercial port, while the southern side of the harbor is a U.S. Navy base. There are two shipwrecks in Apra harbor, the SMS Cormoran, a World War I German merchant ship, and the Tokai...

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  • Gab Gab Beach

    Gab Gab Beach, located on Naval Base Guam, is one of the island's best beaches for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, and more. Because it is located on the navy base, you'll need to have a military ID or an escort to enjoy the beach, unless you take the tourist submarine into the bay to see the sea life.

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  • Asan Bay Overlook

    The Asan Bay Overlook marks one of the first lines of Japanese defense of Asan Beach. This hillside was lined with machine guns, pillboxes, antiaircraft guns, artillery and other defenses.The overlook was just establish in 1994, and it features a set of brass plaques that list the names of 17,771 people who suffered in the war, including 1,880 U.S....

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  • Asan Beach

    Asan Beach was the focus of the American amphibious assault on Japanese-occupied Guam during World War II. On 21 July 1944, the 3rd Marine Division landed at Asan, beginning Operation Stevedore and the liberation of Guam. In all, 55,000 soldiers and marines participated in operations on Guam, with 1,866 killed in action of of wounds sustained the...

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  • Governor Joseph Flores Beach Park

    Governor Joseph Flores Beach Park, or Ypao Beach Park to locals, is a nice public beach at the south end of Tumon Bay next to the Hilton Spa and Resort. One of the busiest beaches on Guam, here visitors can enjoy snorkeling, swimming, picnics and barbecues. While this area was traditionally a Chamorro village, when the American arrived on Guam,...

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  • Island Cultural Shows

    Along Tumon Bay, most of the big hotels have traditional island shows with hula dancers and fire dancers, along with expensive barbecues ranging from $35 to $70 a person. I saw parts of shows at the Hilton and the Pacific Islands Club, and I watched almost the entire show at The Beach Bar, all without ever paying the exorbitant dinner prices.The...

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  • Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad,...

    Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad, located on a cliff above Umatac, was completed in 1810, making it one of the newest of the Spanish forts in Guam. This stone fort was built to complement the other forts around Umatac Bay, one of the colony's most important ports. When constructed, it housed seven cannons, with a strategic view over the bay and...

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  • Gun Beach, Tumon Bay

    Gun Beach, located at the northern end of Tumon Bay, is named for the Japanese gun that sits rusting along the waterline since World War II. Just a few years ago (prior to 2011), it is said this beach was very quiet, tucked back a seldom used dirt road. In 2011, The Beach bar was built, and in 2013 or 2014, the road was paved and a paring lot...

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  • Two Lovers Point, Tumon Bay

    Two Lovers Point, or Puntan Dos Amantes, is probably the most visited spot in Guam, set on a sheer cliff overlooking Tumon Bay, this spot attracts crowds of tourists just before sunset, to watch the sun slowly sink into the Pacific Ocean.The name arises from the legend of Two Lovers Point. During the time of Spanish rule of Guam, a family found a...

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  • Proa

    Proa is the type of dual hulled sail boat traditionally used by the Chamorro people, as well as across other Pacific islands. The biggest proa were more than 40 feet long, and could carry up to 100 people at speeds of an impressive 20 miles per hour with their sails made of pandamus leaf mats. The proa were used for fishing and long-distance trade...

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  • Umatac's Historic Sites

    Umatac is a tiny village of 700 people, if you believe the census numbers. Despite its small size, it is filled with history and scenic beauty. The town is centered on a small bay that was discovered by Magellan and improbably became a hub of the Spanish empire. For hundreds of years, Umatac Bay was the only stopping point for Spanish ships sailing...

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  • Nimitz Hill World War II sites

    Nimitz Hill is a very historic area of Guam, and is will with World War II sites. After the Japanese occupied the island in 1941, they used build tunnels and caves on the hill and made it a major command and communications center. After the U.S. retook the island in 1944, Admiral Chester Nimitz made his headquarters atop the hill, hence its name....

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  • Magellan Monument, Umatac

    At the end of Umatac Bay, on the southwest coast of Guam, stands a small, unassuming obelisk that marks one of the most historic spots on the island. It was here, on March 6, 1521, that Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan and his expedition landed during their circumnavigation of the earth. Just six weeks later, Magellan was killed in the...

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  • Chinese Park, Tumon Bay

    The Chinese Park overlooking Tumon Bay was constructed in 1985, and it underwent renovations as recently as 2006. The park was established and is maintained by the United Chinese Association of Guam, an organization of people from Taiwan. The most impressive feature of the park is a huge statue of Confucius. The park is across the street from...

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  • Piti Bay & Fish Eye Marine Park

    Fish Eye Marine Park, or just the Fish Eye, is located in Piti Bay, an amazing natural lagoon and one of the island's five protected marine preserves. One of the most unique features of the bay are the "Piti Bomb Holes" deep areas that were actually created by sunken caves, and are now filled by fish, plants, and coral. The Fish Eye is located in...

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  • Chamorro Village, Hagatna

    Chamorro Village is an area along the water in Hagatna that showcases traditional and local foods and crafts. Chamorro Village is open daily, and it is a great place to grab a quick, cheap lunch or barbecue ribs, fried chicken, or kelaguen. Chamorro Village is most famous for its Wednesday Night Market. For a few hours each week the area has live...

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  • Magallanes landing place

    In Umatac Bay there is a monument devoted to Magallanes.From 1571 to 1813 the Galeon de Manila (Manila Galleon) was the Queen Elizabeth II of those times, the ever greatest ship in the world; it was known as “Mountain of the Seas” and during its yearly journey from Acapulco to Manila and back, it called in Guam, which was the first Island that I...

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  • Shopping

    #1. The world’s largest K-Mart is only a 10 minute walk from the Tumon Bay404 N Marine DriveUpper Tumon, Guam 96911Phone number (671) 649-9878#2. Micronesia Mall a favorite of local residents is a 10 minute ride. Children's park and movie theater.1088 W Marine CorpsDededo, Guam 96929Phone number (671) 632-8881#4. Tiffany'sJewelry1296 Pale San...

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  • Visit the Guam National Wildlife Refuge

    Established in 1993, this 832-acre refuge was inaccessible to civilians for most of the 20th Century, as it was a restricted military area. All 832 acres are worthy of a visit but the must see locations are Puntan Dos Amantes (Two Lovers Point) and Ritidian Point, the northernmost point of Guam. Two Lovers Point derives its name from an old...

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  • Fiesta Resort Guam

    The Fiest Resort Guam is a things to Do Tip too! Why? it has the best view of Tumon Bay since it is located across the Middle Part of Tumon Bay plus the beach is an easy walking distance from the lobby and the swimming pools. While it doesn't have the extensive pool areas like the Pacific Islands Club or the Mariott or the Hilton Hotel, you have a...

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  • Holiday Resort & Spa Guam

    The Holiday Resort & Spa Guam is a things to do tip in Mid Tumon area since the Hotel has dining options for the traveller. While the Mid Tumon area has less of the foot traffic like in the Northern Tumon Part, This Hotel is one of the Places to see. The Hotel is popular for the South Korean and Japanese Tourist as the hotel is one of the mid...

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  • Tumon Bay (3) Swimming at The Bay

    Part THREE of My Tumon Bay tips with More Pictures of Swimming at TUMON BAY and BEACH!Tumon Bay is part and Parcel of the Tumon District of Tamuning, Guam and The Assorted Beach and Water Activities along the Bay is part of the tourism in Guam since tourist like the japanese not only go here to shop or play golf or eat but to swim and sun bath and...

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  • Tumon Bay (2) Views from Around the bay

    Part TWO of My Tumon Bay tips with More Pictures of TUMON BAY Assorted Views From A Top Vantage Point.Tumon Bay is part and Parcel of the Tumon District of Tamuning, Guam and The Assorted Beach and Water Activities along the Bay is part of the tourism in Guam since tourist like the japanese not only go here to shop or play golf or eat but to swim...

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  • Tumon Bay (1) walking along the bay

    Part One of My Tumon Bay tips with More Pictures around the Bay Area.Tumon Bay is part and Parcel of the Tumon District of Tamuning, Guam and The Assorted Beach and Water Activities along the Bay is part of the tourism in Guam since tourist like the japanese not only go here to shop or play golf or eat but to swim and sun bath and scuba dive and...

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  • Tumon

    Tumon District of Tamuning is the Main Tourist Area of Guam, it is here that you can find the greatest concentration of Shops, Bars, Restaurants, Hotels, Luxury Brands and Malls that are located is a small area roughly Two Square Miles ( 5.5 square kilometers). It is often called the Mini Waikiki but is has more luxe shops than waikiki and the...

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  • Tamuning

    I will do a separate things to do tip on tumon, which is actually a district and is A PART OF TAMUNING.Tamuning is the main tourist and shopping area but most of the tourist related activities are concentrated along the Tumon Area or Hotel Row of the Pale San Vitores Road and the only areas that have tourist related activities in the general...

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  • Hagatna

    Hagatna is the smallest Village of Guam but it is the capital of the Island and many of the Places to visit about guam's history and culture are located here. Tumon and Tamuning maybe the main tourism areas but for a slice of the real local culture, you must experience Hagatna. in the Hagatna Area are the following Attractions: Dulce De Nombre...

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  • Agana Heights Village

    There is actually not much a thing to see in Agana Heights Village of Guam but if you want to have spectacular views of the Tumon Bay and Tamuning Area from this part since the views of the Asan Lookout does not allow you to see Tamuning and Tumon Areas. Since I was on a Private tour with just 3 persons and the tour guide slash driver with up. He...

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  • Fish Eye Marine Park: Underwater...

    Part Two of my Fish Eye Marine Park Observation Deck Area with picturesn of the Underwater Observatory.The Fish Eye Marine Park is one of the famous destinations in Piti. Among the attractions in the Park area the visitor center, the marine preserve around the piti bomb hole and the underwater observatory. It is located side by side to the Piti...

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  • Fish Eye Marine Park: Upper Deck...

    This is a two part tip with more pictures of the Observatory (both upper and lower) part of the Fish Eye Marine Park.The Fish Eye Marine Park is one of the famous destinations in Piti. Among the attractions in the Park area the visitor center, the marine preserve around the piti bomb hole and the underwater observatory. It is located side by side...

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  • Two Lovers Bridge

    If Tumon Bay has a Two lovers Point, Piti has the Two Lovers Bridge. The Two Lovers Bridge is the 1,000 ft long boardwalk that leads from shore to Fish Eye observatory. It overlooks the spectacular Piti bay where you can enjoy the gentle sea breeze and take in the beauty of the sunset and beautiful view it offers. It is called the Two lovers bridge...

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  • Scuba Diving In Piti Bomb Hole (2)

    Part two of my Scuba diving in Piti Bomb Hole with more Scuba in Bomb Hole PicturesThe Famous Piti Bomb Holes is one of the most popular of the scuba diving sites around guam due to the easy accesibility of the area and the relative shallowness of the reef and the bomb hole. This is a good area for the amateur scuba divers and beginners. The Piti...

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  • Scuba Diving In Piti Bomb Hole (1)

    Part One of my Piti Bomb Hole Scuba Diving TipsThe Famous Piti Bomb Holes is one of the most popular of the scuba diving sites around guam due to the easy accesibility of the area and the relative shallowness of the reef and the bomb hole. This is a good area for the amateur scuba divers and beginners. The Piti Bomb Holes are easily accessible from...

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  • Piti Village and Bomb Holes

    Piti is a Village which means port in Chamorro. The village is famous for the Piti Naval Guns, a destination for world war II buffs. another famous destination in piti is the Nautilus Submarine where you can get under the sea for 30 minutes in Piti Bay for $ 90 per person and the Piti Bomb Holes (they thought that the crater holes where made by...

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  • Agat and Mount Lam Lam

    Mount Lam Lam (lightning in Chamorro), the highest peak in Guam is located in Agat Village here in Guam. There is not much things to do in Agat besides Visiting the War in The Pacific Memorial Park but if you want to experience Boonie Stomping to the Peak of Mount Lam Lam, this is the place to be. You can just park your vehicles along the Highway...

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  • Umatac

    Umatac is the first Village Discovered by the world renowned Portuguese Explorer Ferdinand Magellan, he first discovered Guam via Umatac Bay and landed here in the 1500's and named the islands "las Isla Ladrones" of the Island of Thieves since some Chamorro Locals were stealing provisions from his galleons. Before the Spaniards came to colonize...

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  • Fort Soledad

    Fort Soledad is a Spanish Fort Constructed in Guam in the 1800's. It is located at Umatac Bay where it was built to Guard the bay from pirates and buccaneers by the Spanish.It is also Known as the Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad. The fort was one of the last Spanish Forts constructed in the 19th Century in support of the Spanish Galleon trade....

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  • Merizo and Cocos Island

    Merizo is the southern Most village of Guam and it is here that the Pacific Ocean meets the Philippin Sea. The village host a number of privately owned beaches and the famous Cocos Island and Lagoon which is uninhabited and that the facilities in the Island are only available for day tours. There is a ferry ride to and from cocos island at the...

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  • Inarajan and Pago Bay

    The Village of Inarajan is at the Southeastern Corner of Guam, facing the Pacific Ocean. You can go to the village via rental cars since taxis are very expensive or take the southern island tour by Discover Guam Tours where it will take you to Inarajan at Geff Pa'go Chamorro Village or Talafofo Falls area. Or you can Take the Guahan Bust Trolley...

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  • Talafofo Bay

    The Talafofo Bay and Look out is a popular destination for locals and tourists who are into surfing since the waters in the eastern side of Guam facing the Pacific Ocean are rough hence swimming is discouraged. Located on the southeast coast of Guam in the Village of Talafofo, Talofofo Bay is popular for its fine dark-brown sand that contrasts with...

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  • Yokoi's Cave (2) Improvised Monorail...

    If you don't want to walk the 400 meter (1/4 mile) trek going to Yokoi's Replica Cave from the Talafofo falls area, you can ride the Improvised Noisy Monorail ride. The 5 minute ride goes to and from the cave and it costs $ 2 for a single ride and $ 4 for a round trip for a maximum of 5 person (the payment is $ 4 for all, not per person).Going to...

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  • Yokoi's Cave (1) The Replica Cave

    Going to Yokoi's Cave is part of the Admision Price of the Talafofo Falls. A Caveat: this is not the real location of the cave, it is located 2 miles (3.3 kilometers) east of the replica cave here (was destroyed by a typhoon in the 1970's). they just redid the cave for tourism purposes. This replica cave is a 400 meter (1/4 mile) walk from on a...

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  • Talafofo Falls (5) Various Views around...

    This is the LAST part of my Talafofo Falls tips with pictures of in and around the Talafofo Falls park.The Talafofo Falls is one of the must see destinations in the Talafofo area of Southeatern. The area is hom to the Talafofo Falls and Yokoi's Cave (a japanese world war II straggler who was found near the falls and was hiding for 28 years). The...

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  • Talafofo Falls (4) At the Upper Falls

    This is the FOURTH part of my Talafofo Falls tips with pictures of in and around the UPPER falls area. The natural pool here in the upper falls is cleaner than in the lower falls and locals do swim here as there are shaded picnic areas aroundThe Talafofo Falls is one of the must see destinations in the Talafofo area of Southeatern. The area is hom...

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