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Adelup Point

Adelup is a settlement in the west of Guam.[1] It is located on the west coast, just to the west of Hagåtña. It is where the American missionary Francis Marion Price (1841-1912) settled with his wife and worked on Bible translations into Chamorro. It is also the location of the governor's complex.

Adventure River Cruise

Valley of the Latte delivers a unique and once in a lifetime experience. As you travel along the Talofofo and Ugum Rivers, you will be transported to another time at the heart of Guam. Knowledgeable, friendly, and entertaining guides will share the rich history and culture of the Ancient Latte site, the local waters, the local wildlife, and ensure that you are smiling from start to finish. You will be welcomed by our living village, and guided through a breathtaking botanical garden and watch as canoes are hand crafted by Ulitao. The experience only gets better as our guides demonstrate how ancient Chamorros started their fires and show you traditional basket weaving techniques. The longer you are here, the more you realize, that this is the best way to experience Guam.

 

Feel free to email info@valleyofthelatte.com for more information and if you have any questions.

Agfayan Bay

A beautiful and scenic bay! Very close to Inarajan Pools, and Agfayan Falls.

Apaca Point

Ga'an Point in Agat was part of the southern landing site of the United States forces in the liberation of Guam on July 21, 1944. The southern landing area encompassed from Bangi Island to Apaca Point. This area was strategically chosen in order to help secure Orote Peninsula to the north. Orote Peninsula was important because of the airfield and entrance to Apra Harbor as a supply port. The plan was to overtake Ga'an Point, where the entire beach front at Agat could be used to offload supplies and equipment that were critical for the inland advance. The Japanese 38th Regimental Combat Team had command post headquarters at Mt. Alifan and the Japanese forces heavily fortified the area from Facpi Point to Agat Bay. The Japanese defense weapons placed at Ga'an Point included a single-barrel, Japanese, dual purpose 25 mm machine cannon and a 200mm short barrel naval gun, a 25mm machine cannon, and a double-barreled anti-aircraft gun. The Japanese also had extensive defenses consisting of numerous pillboxes built in coral outcroppings, and concrete blockhouses that held a 75mm and 37mm gun to fire upon the beaches. A Japanese inscription can be seen today in the concrete blockhouse.Apaca Point

Apra Harbor

Apra Harbor is a deep-water port on the western side of the United Statesterritory of Guam. The harbor is formed by Orote Peninsula in the south and Cabras Island in the north. To the south, the harbor narrows and then widens again to form an inner harbor. The southern end of the harbor is the location of Naval Base Guam. The northern end is the commercial port, which handles about 2 million tons of cargo a year. It is considered one of the best natural ports in the Pacific and attracts many tourists.

 

Apra Harbor

Asan Bay Overlook

Completed in 1994 in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary commemoration of the Liberation of Guam, Asan Bay Overlook serves as a memorial to those that lost their lives or suffered atrocities during the war. This unit features beautiful views of the sea-side villages of Asan and Piti and a perspective of the landing beaches used by Marines during the battle. The Asan Bay Overlook includes landscaped walkways, established view sheds, and several commemorative bronze sculptures which depict the events on Guam during the World War II Japanese occupation and battle in 1944

Asan Bay Overlook

Atlantis Submarines

Our world famous Atlantis Submarine Expedition is our local flagship tour — popular with both the locals and tourists alike — it does sell out frequently. If you’ll be visiting Guam in the near future, we encourage you to book your Submarine Expedition in advance of your arrival to guarantee your adventure of a lifetime.
The Underwater Adventure Tour begins with a 15 minute boat ride that takes guests to board the 65′ submarine located off the beautiful shores of Guam. The fully submersible vessel carries up to 48 passengers and each dive lasts approximately 35 minutes. The Guam site offers not only the magnificent coral reefs but also schools of colorful fish and a staff of friendly and knowledgeable professionals that help to make the excursion even more memorable.

 

http://atlantissubmarines.com/guam/

Bear Rock

An amazing rock formation resembling a bear. Located at the mouth of the Agfayan River, just South of Inarajan pools and Inarajan Bay, this is a must see! 

Bear Rock

Cetti Bay Overlook

Cetti Bay and the chain of a thousand foothills are part of Guam’s Territorial Seashore Park.  The area is generally considered a geological delight with the rock formation providing clues to the volcanic origins of southern Guam. The twin hills below the Cetti Bay Overlook and to the north, called Attelong Acho, or Black Rock, are examples of pillow lava formed underwater during ancient volcanic eruptions. To the south in the distance Cocos Island can bee seen just off Merizo village. (verbiage credited to http://theguamguide.com/author/the-guam-guide/)

Cetti Bay Overlook

Chief Gadao Statue

Gadao is a legendary chief of the village of Inarajan in southern Guam. In the Chamorro language of ancient Guam, he would have had the title maga'lahi as a high-ranking male. In addition to being featured in legend, he is the namesake of Inarajan's Chief Gadao’s Cave containing ancient cave paintings. Some stories claim Gadao himself drew the figures.[1]

Two legends featuring Chief Gadao include the Legend of the Three Feats of Strength and the Legend of the Battle Between Chiefs.Chief Gadao

Chief Quipuha Statue

Chief Kepuha (died February 2, 1669), also spelled Kipuhá or Quipuha, was the island of Guam's first Catholic chief. The chief's name means "to uphold." He granted the lands to Spanish missionaries upon which the first Catholic church in the Marianas was built. Kepuha was a member of the Chamorri, the highest caste in Chamorro society, and lived in the village of Hagåtña.

Chief Quipuha

Cloud

Cloud

Clouds

Clouds

Clouds

Cocos Island Resort

Cocos Island Resort is a day resort with a pool, volleyball court, cafe, ice cream parlor, restaurant and bar, and water sports equipment rentals. Visitors to the resort can snorkel, dive, kayak, dolphin watch, parasail, jet ski and bike. Prices for activities range from $15 for a mini jungle tour to $100 for two adults to parasail.

 

http://www.cocos-island.jp/main/

Dulce de Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica

Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica or The Cathedral of the Sweet Name of Mary or Cathedral Basilica Holy Name of Mary (SpanishCatedral Basílica del Dulce Nombre de MaríaChamorroFanmanalaba, O tentago Jeova sija) is a structure located on the site where the first Catholic church on the United States territory of Guam was constructed in 1669 under the guidance of Padre San Vitores. The present building looms above the palm trees and is a familiar landmark in downtown Hagåtña.

The basilica enshrines the image of Santa Marian Kamalen, Patroness of Guam

 

Basilica

Dusit Thani Guam Resort

https://www.dusit.com/dusitthani/guamresort/

Fiesta Resort Guam

https://fiestaguam.com/index.html

Fish Eye Marine Park

Fish Eye Marine Park was started from a dream to build an underwater observatory where anyone can visit to see and enjoy Guam’s beautiful marine life; safely, easily and without getting wet. In April of 1996 the park opened as a wonderful sightseeing facility offering attractive tours representing the South Pacific Islands such as snorkeling, dolphin watching and a Polynesian Dinner Show.
Since our opening we have welcomed many tourists and will soon be celebrating our 20th anniversary in 2016. We are determined to continuing the harmonious teamwork among our staffs to help all visitors enjoy our island charms and to leave here fully satisfied with pleasant and unforgettable memories.
We look forward to welcoming you!

http://www.fisheyeguam.com/about1_en.html

 

Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad

Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledåd, or Fort Soledad, the last of four Spanish fortifications built in the village of Umatac, is located atop a steep bluff called Chalan Aniti, or Path of the Ancestors. The fort provides a superior view of the village, the bay, the rugged coastline, and the imposing southern mountain range. The fort was constructed to strengthen the defenses of Guam’s most prominent Spanish-era bay.Fort Soledad

Fort Santa Agueda

Fort Santa Agueda, the only surviving Spanish fort in Hagåtña, sits atop Apugan Hill on the western coast of Guam. The fort, now commonly called Fort Apugan, provides a commanding view of the capital village of Hagåtña, the Philippine Sea, and the sheer northern clifflines of Oka Point and Urunao Point. The fort is also in a prime location to study the northern topography of the island with its raised limestone plateau. During the Spanish era, however, the site was developed for tactical purposes.Santa Agueda.

Ga'an Point

Ga'an Point in Agat was part of the southern landing site of the United States forces in the liberation of Guam on July 21, 1944. The southern landing area encompassed from Bangi Island to Apaca Point. This area was strategically chosen in order to help secure Orote Peninsula to the north. Orote Peninsula was important because of the airfield and entrance to Apra Harbor as a supply port. The plan was to overtake Ga'an Point, where the entire beach front at Agat could be used to offload supplies and equipment that were critical for the inland advance. The Japanese 38th Regimental Combat Team had command post headquarters at Mt. Alifan and the Japanese forces heavily fortified the area from Facpi Point to Agat Bay. The Japanese defense weapons placed at Ga'an Point included a single-barrel, Japanese, dual purpose 25 mm machine cannon and a 200mm short barrel naval gun, a 25mm machine cannon, and a double-barreled anti-aircraft gun. The Japanese also had extensive defenses consisting of numerous pillboxes built in coral outcroppings, and concrete blockhouses that held a 75mm and 37mm gun to fire upon the beaches. A Japanese inscription can be seen today in the concrete blockhouse.

Ga'an Point

Gadao's Cave

Gadao's Cave is a rock art site on the United States island of Guam. Located near the village of Inarajan, the cave is the site of a panel of approximately 50 pictographs, painted with a mixture of coral lime and tree sap.Gadaos Cave

Guam

A beautiful tropical island. The object of Guamzilla's affection.

Guam Plaza Resort & Spa

https://www.guamplaza.com/

Guam Reef Hotel

http://guamreef.com/en/

Guamzilla Statue

Look! Guamzilla has a statue! Come check it out and take a picture!

#GuamzillaGuamzilla Statue!

Hamamoto Tropical Fruit World

http://www.hamamoto-guam.com/

Haputo

Haputo is located on military-owned land on the northwestern coast of Guam, near the Naval Communications Station (NCTAMS) in Finegayan. It is protected by the US Navy as the Haputo Ecological Reserve. The pristine, secluded beach is accessible by a hiking trail that includes 212 narrow man-made steps that descend about 100 feet down a fairly steep incline to crystal blue waters. Nearby are the remains of an ancient Chamorro village. Guam residents may access the beach with a military identification card or with special military authorization.

Haputo was designated an ecological reserve in 1984, covering 252 acres of coral reef and limestone forest. The area was declared a preserve to protect it from the negative impacts of human activities and the introduction of invasive species. Haputo is also listed in the Guam and National Registers of Historic Places.

Haputo

Hilton Guam Resort & Spa

http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/guam/hilton-guam-resort-and-spa-GUMHITW/index.html?WT.mc_id=zELWAAA0AP1WW2PSH3Nano4DGBrandx&WT.srch=1&utm_source=AdWords&utm_medium=ppc&utm_campaign=paidsearch&campaignid=119675811&adgroupid=13275545331&targetid=kwd-304168218411

Holiday Resort & Spa Guam

http://www.hotelsone.com/tamuning-hotels-gu/holiday-resort-spa-guam.html?as=g&aid=7454325518&dsti=245517&dstt=8&label=ggehoeu-ESRI-bh245517&akw=holiday%20resort%20guam&asrc=Search&ast=&gclid=Cj0KCQiAiKrUBRD6ARIsADS2OLmxSMTpbL_kCZRMope97PgTBlHZueExQAQUeaO3nr4x_-NocFvZsVIaApDKEALw_wcB

Hotel Nikko Guam

https://www.okura-nikko.com/guam/guam/hotel-nikko-guam/

Hyatt Regency Guam

https://guam.regency.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html

Inarajan Natural Pool

Natural bathing spots surround a public park on the main road that circumnavigates the island. Coral outcroppings resembling the lava flows of volcanic islands loom at 15 to 20 feet above the horizon, blocking the view of the reef beyond. On days with heavy seas this natural protection shields this beauty spot from wave action, allowing only ripples into the shallow pools resting in the shadows of the black rocks. Tropical fish and other creatures can be observed in their natural habitat. The calm water is a perfect place for the very young snorkeler to test out fins and goggles. Swimmers and divers are observed making use of a tall diving platform and other amenities including BBQ pits and covered seating.

Inarajan Pools

 

Jeff's Pirates Cove

https://jeffspiratescove.com/

Jungle

Guam's Jungle!

 

Guams Jungle

Jungle

Jungle! Jungle!

Jungle

Jungle!

 

Jungle

Jungle

Jungle!

 

Jungle!

Latte Stone Park

Latte stones are pillars on which ancient Chamorro houses were constructed as early as 500 A.D. They have become a signature of Guam and the Northern Marianas Islands. Customarily, bones of the ancient Chamorro’s and their possessions, such as jewelry or canoes were buried below the stones.

The park is also known as Senator Angel Leon Guerrero Santos Memorial Park.

 

Latte Stone Park

Leo Palace Resort

http://www.leopalaceresortguam.com/

 

 

Lotte Hotel Guam

http://www.lottehotel.com/guam/en/

Lower Sigua Falls

Amazing Waterfall!

 

Lower Sigua Falls

Magellan Monument

Historical Monument in honor of Ferdinand Magellan's discovery of Guam, March 6th, 1521.

 

Magellan's Monument

Marbo Cave

Beautiful cave with a swimming hole!

 

Marbo Cave

Merizo Bell Tower

The Merizo Bell Tower, on Guam Highway 4 in MerizoGuam, is a bell tower that was built in 1914 or 1919.[2] It was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1975.[1][3]

The tower is 7.3 metres (24 ft) tall and sits on a 4 metres (13 ft) square base; it is built of a "heavy masonry called manposteria consisting of stone with mortar covered with cement plaster".[3]:2 The tower is significant for association with a Catholic priest, Father Cristobal de Canals, who built the bell tower and a church and took many steps to promote agriculture and raise the standard of living in the village of Merizo. Architecturally, the tower symbolizes transition between colonial Spanish architecture and more modern methods; a major element of its design is its massing.

Bell Tower

 

Merizo Pier

Swimmers and tourists frequent this location as well as the local fisherman with trolling rigs. A local convenience store in the vicinity makes an unplanned picnic possible and the restrooms on park property are a welcome stopover on a tour of the island. From this vantage point Cocos Island can be observed in full length from east to west. Guided tours to the resort on Cocos Island depart from the docks at Merizo. A visitor will find limited parking and reasonably heavy traffic at this location. Local culture is exhibited by a meetinghouse on park property.

Merizo Pier

Micronesia Mall

https://www.micronesiamall.com/

Mt. Lam Lam

Mount Lamlam (meaning lightning in Chamoru) is a peak on the United States island of Guam. It is located near the village of Agat(5 km or 3 mi[3] north), in the south-west of the island.

Rising to 406 meters (1,332 ft) above sea level, the distance from the peak to the bottom of the nearby Mariana Trench is said to be the greatest change in elevation on Earth over such a short distance.[4]However, because said distance is arbitrary and because different geological processes contributed to both the formation of the Marianas Trench as well as Mount Lamlam, this claim is contested.

Mt Lam Lam

Namo Falls

The Namo Falls are two waterfalls, the Grandmother (Guella) and the Grandfather (Guello), in the Namo River within the Namo park area on the island of Guam. The botanical park is located on the border of the villages of Agat and Santa Rita off Route 12, in the south-west coast of the island. The Namo Falls Botanic Park is privately owned and a fee is required.[1] The park provides a walk through a botanic garden featuring tropical flowers like mangoesbreadfruitcoconutstar applejackfruitbananashibiscusbougainvilleaorchids, and a large variety of gingers and heliconias,[2] The Grandmother Falls (Guella) can be used for swimming.[3]

Namo Falls

Nimitz Beach Park

Nimitz Beach Park

Oceanview Hotel & Residences Guam

https://www.oceanviewhotelguam.com/

Onward Beach Resort

https://www.onwardguam.com/hotel/

Outrigger Guam Beach Resort

https://www.outrigger.com/hotels-resorts/guam

Pacific Islands Club Guam

http://www.picresorts.com/guam/

Pacific Star Resort & Spa

https://www.pacificstarguam.com/

Pagat Point

The Chamorro village of Pagat existed on the shelf overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Evidence to date indicates the site was occupied from before Christ to sometime after 1700. There are few artifacts of the early Chamorro village that existed there. We were “stomping” to the caves simply to explore and take a refreshing dip in the pools.

Pagat Caves

 

Pago Bay Overlook

Pago Bay has a breathtaking view that you do not want to miss the view from Pago Bay Overlook.

 

Pago Bay

Paseo de Susana Park

Paseo de Susana is a peninsula that forms part of the city of AganaGuam. It was built in the 1940s from rubble and debris left behind after World War II. The peninsula contains Guam's main sports stadium, markets, and Chief Quipuha Park.

 

Paseo

 

 

Plaza de Espana

The Plaza de España, located in central Hagåtña, the capital of the United States territory of Guam, was the location of the Governors Palace during the island's long period of Spanish occupation. Most of the palace was destroyed during the shelling of Hagåtña during the reconquest of Guam in World War II. There are three structures still standing including the three-arch gate to Almacen (Arsenal), the azotea or back porch, and the Chocolate House. The plaza was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

 

Plaza De Espana

Puntan Dos Amantes

http://www.puntandosamantes.com/

 

Puntan Dos Amantes

Ride The Ducks

https://en.guam-bgtours.com/activity/ride-the-ducks/

San Antonio Bridge

The Agana Spanish Bridge is a stone arch bridge built in 1800 in Hagåtña, Guam (formerly known as Agana), during the administration of Spanish governor Manuel Muro. It is the only surviving Spanish bridge in Hagåtña, which is the capital of the United States territory of Guam. Also known as Sagon I Tolai Acho, it is located at the southwest corner of Aspenall St. and Rte. 1 and was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1974.[1][2]

 

Agana Bridge

Sandcastle/The Globe

https://en.guam-bgtours.com/activity/sandcastle-guam/

Sankyo Garden

http://guam.sankyofrontier.com/

Santa Marian Kamalen Park

Santa Marian Kamalen, also known as Our Lady of Camarin, is the patron saint of Guam. The 300-year-old Santa Marian Kamalen statue is a revered icon, and although its origins are unknown, they are explained through oral tradition. Every year on December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception is celebrated, and Guam Catholics turn out by the thousands in Hagåtña to honor Santa Marian Kamalen in a procession around the island’s capital.

 

Kamalen

Sella Bay Overlook

Sella Bay

Sheraton Laguna Resort

http://www.sheratonresorts-ap.com/resort.php?id=18

Skydive Guam

http://www.skydiveguam.com/en/home

Slingshot

http://slingshotguam.com/

South Pacific Memorial Park

The park located in the village of Yigo, serves as a solemn reminder of a war that took the lives of over a-half million Japanese, Americans, and Pacific Islanders. The memorial's centerpiece is a 50-foot tall monument that abstractly depicts hands clasped in prayer.

Beneath this monument lie the remains of Japanese soldiers who lost their lives in the final days of Guam's wartime occupation. The path to the right of the monument leads to the shallow canyon where Obata hid his command post inside a labyrinth of caves. Also located on memorial grounds is a small Buddhist chapel that is home to WWII artifacts. The memorial park was built, and is maintained, by donations from Japanese citizens and serves as a symbolic gesture of peace.

 

Memorial park

Sumay Village

Sumay’s history dates before the Spanish colonial period, although not much is known about its pre-contact history. Findings in a cave complex in the old village site suggest that ancient Chamorros dwelled in them long before the Spanish first arrived. When the Spanish proclaimed Guam as theirs, Sumay’s chieftain was said to be among those who held strong opposition to the Spanish colonizers, although the Spanish government eventually gained control. Sumay, like other villages, became centered around the Catholic church.

 

 

Sun

Guamzilla loves Guam's sunrises and sunsets. 

 

Susnet

Talaifak Bridge

Talaifak Bridge

Talofofo Caves

Talofofo Caves

Talofofo Falls

The Talofofo Falls are a scenic series of cascades on the Talofofo River on the island of Guam. They are located in the southeast of the island, inland from Talofofo Bay.

Talofofo Falls

Taotaomo'na

Taotaomo’na, (Taotaomona) the people of before, refers to ancestral spirits that inhabited the earth along with the living. Ancient Chamorros believed the world around them was full of spirits who provided both daily protection and assistance in their tasks, but also created dangers and problems. Guma’ siha(houses) were built, families were raised and tinanom siha (crops) were harvested and planted through harmonious cooperation between Chamorros and the anti (spirits) of their ancestors.

 

Taotaomona.

Tarague Beach

Tarague Beach Guam

Tarzan Falls

Tarzan Falls is a 1.7 mile out and back trail located near Santa Rita, Guam that features a waterfall. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trailTarzan Falls

The Plaza

https://www.guamplaza.com/

The Royal Orchid Guam

http://www.royalorchidguam.com/

The Westin Resort Guam

http://www.westinguam.com/?SWAQ=958C

Umatac Bay Bridge

Umatic Bay Bridge

Underwater World

http://www.aquariumteam.com/

Valley of the Latte Adventure Park

http://valleyofthelatte.com/

War in the Pacific National Historical Park

https://www.nps.gov/wapa/index.htm

Ylig Bay

Ylig Bay