Guam for Anyone
Collected by Frederick Simeon
Beyond Guam's dramatic cliffs and white sand beaches, visitors will find a complex culture shaped by centuries of Spanish, Japanese, and American influences. This diverse U.S. territory offers an enduring mix of East-meets-West-meets-everything-in-between.
Here's the trick if you want to know what's happening underneath the pristine Guam waters: Atlantis Adventures Guam Submarine Tours. First, arrive at the docks at Aqua Marine World, where a charter boat will take you to the dive site in Apra...
15, Mangilao, Guam
Guam offers seven world-class golf courses that even golf pros have praised and tested. Designed by renowned golf course architects Nelson and Haworth, the Mangilao Golf Club is particularly magnificent, sitting atop cliffs and offering amazing...
1328 Pale San Vitores Road, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Make a stop at this shopping paradise to pick up souvenirs to bring home. T-shirts emblazoned with "Hafa Adai" ("Hello"), a vast selection of macadamia nuts, and all kinds of knickknacks proclaiming love for the island line the shelves of this...
Gun Beach Rd, Tamuning, Guam
Spot vibrant fish, bright coral, and the odd reef shark in the waters off Gun Beach, a secluded cove at the far end of Tumon Bay. The beach has grown in popularity with the opening of a new beachfront bar, but it still offers some of the most...
881 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tumon 96913, Guam
The absolute best way to explore the rolling hills and secluded beaches of southern Guam is on two wheels. Start in Tamuning, where you'll find affordable scooter rentals at Scooter World on Pale San Vitores Road. Take Marine Drive to the capital...
Hagåtña, 96910, Guam
Downtown Hagatna is one of the few places where you can view relics from Guam’s almost 400-year history as a Spanish colony. The first stop on a tour of downtown is Plaza de Espana, which housed a sprawling Governor’s Palace during the colonial...
Pale San Vitores Rd, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Nowhere is Guam's culture more alive than at village fiestas, which draw locals from across the island for celebrations of food, friends, and family. The fiesta tradition stems from Guam's Spanish-Catholic heritage, with each fiesta held to honor...
1255 Pale San Vitores Rd, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
The best way to hop between popular tourist sites is to hitch a ride on one of Tumon's ubiquitous open-air trolleys. Trolleys make stops along Hotel Row in Tumon, as well as at select locations in downtown Tamuning and Hagatna, including Two...
590 S Marine Corps Dr #137, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Catch the best of Guam’s live music scene at House of Brutus, a sultry lounge and restaurant located at the ITC Building in Tamuning. Jazz rules the roost on Fridays, with Mad Men and a Lady, a trio led by local piano legend Patrick Palomo. On...
888 N. Marine Corps Dr, Star Bldg,, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Though only a few years old, Pika’s Café has quickly risen to the ranks of one of Guam’s most popular restaurants, thanks to a winning blend of friendly service, local ingredients, and inventive Chamorro fusion food. Owners Lenny and Pika Fejeran...
96913, Gun Beach Road, Tamuning, Guam
Unwind with a Chile Mango Margarita and live reggae music at The Beach, a new open-air bar and grill located on Gun Beach in Tumon. The Beach is fronted by, well, a beach—and a magnificent one at that. Day drinkers can enjoy beach volleyball...
Marine Corps Drive, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Infusion Coffee & Tea may well be the only place on Guam where you can sample a taro frappe or a latte with the flavor of latiya, a local egg-based dessert. The recently opened cafe specializes in island-themed refreshments and light fare like...
2210 Y-Sensong Rd, Dededo, 96929, Guam
Farming on Guam isn't common, but the few who do raise crops sell them at the Dededo Flea Market, held every Saturday and Sunday in the northern village of Dededo. There, you can find tropical produce like taro, yams, breadfruit, and various types...