One of the most
popular natural attractions for tourists on the island of
Guam, Talofofo Falls is located in the southern part of
Guam in the village of Talofofo. There is a small
entrance fee to get into the park but it is well worth it
if your sightseeing in the southern part of Guam.
Visitors can take a quick dip in the freshwater pool at
the bottom of the falls or even go directly under the
waterfall to enjoy rush of the cascading water.
Two Lovers' Point
attraction on the island, Two Lovers' Point is situated
right on the cliff line in the northern part of Tumon.
This Guam attraction is actually a decent sized park with
a lookout tower which offers some of the most
breath-taking views on Guam. There is a small fee to
gain entrance to the the lookout tower but it is well
worth the small fee to get the best view of the western
coast of Guam and all of Tumon Bay.
Latte Stone Park
For a look back
into time and to learn more about the culture and history
of Guam a visit to Angel Santos Latte Stone Park in the
village of Hagatna can be the perfect attraction.
Entrance into the park is free and tourists can enjoy
taking pictures in the park next to the latte stones which
number at about half a dozen. Also located within
the park are World War II caves/bunkers along the cliff
line. Latte Stone park is the perfect attraction for
cultural and history enthusiasts.
A small island
located about 1 mile off the southern coast of Guam, Cocos
Island is a great place to enjoy the tropical sun in
seclusion or to enjoy various types of water sports.
If your sight seeing around the southern part of the
island you can stop at the Merizo Pier and look off the
coast to see the island in the distance.
Fish Eye Marine Park
If you enjoy
the ocean, sea life, snorkeling, and diving you will
probably enjoy a visit to Fish Eye Marine Park. The
Visitor Center offers a open-air style restaurant with a
tropical feel surrounded by rustic limestone and
jungle-covered cliffline, a man-made lagoon, and
waterfall. The Underwater Observatory which is
located in a Marine Preserve offers various tours to enjoy
which include dolphin watching, observatory viewing,
bomb-hole snorkeling, and much more.
Located in the
heart of Tumon in the Pleasure Island District, Underwater
World offers ocean and nature lovers a great way to
experience various types of sea creatures while walking
through the huge aquarium in a glass tunnel surrounded by
water. There is also a gift shop where you can
purchase souvenirs. There is a small admission fee
to get into the aquarium, but it is well worth the
experience Underwater World has to offer.
visitors who want to experience the cultural side of the
island a visit to the Chamorro Village should be on your
list of attractions. Chamorro Village offers
visitors a number of small shops where you can buy Guam
gifts, souvenirs, arts and crafts. There are also
many small restaurants which serve local-style food.
The night market for the Chamorro Village is on
Wednesday's and is the best time to visit as most people
head on over to the village on this day.
Located in the
village of Inarajan in the southern part of Guam, Gef Pago
Cultural Village is the perfect attraction for visitors to
learn about the island's history and culture through
living history demonstrations at Gef Pago. The small
cultural village is a living museum which consists of
thatched Chamorro huts. Tours are offered of Gef
Pago and the historic village of Inarajan which consists
of Spanish era homes which were bulit in the early 1900's.
Located in the
village of Hagatna and right next to the Chamorro Village,
Paseo Stadium is where Guam's baseball and softball
leagues meet for games. If your in the area you
can't miss the Paseo Stadium, and if your lucky you might
be even able to watch a local baseball game during the
weekends. Enjoying some time with friends and family
while at Paseo Park can be a great way to spend a day
while on vacation.