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What to Do around The Westin Resort Guam

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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.
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Piti, Guam
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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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Archbishop Felixberto Flores Street, Hagåtña, 96910, Guam
The legend of Sirena, the Guamanian mermaid, goes like this: Sirena was a girl who lived near the Minondo River in olden times, and she loved to swim. One day, Sirena’s mother sent her to gather coconut shells by the river. Once Sirena saw the...
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Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Ypao Beach has it all—white sand, a gorgeous coastline, plentiful sea life, grass fields, and a kids’ playground. Pack a lunch and sunbathe on the shore, snorkel, or hunt for seashells. Nice perk: the public bathrooms are super clean, with showers...
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Pale San Vitores Rd, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Shark diving tends to be an activity reserved for risk takers. But at UnderWater World Guam, you can get all the thrill of diving with sharks within the safe, controlled environment of a world-class aquarium. The "Dive with the Sharks" package...
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210 Pale San Vitores Road, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
A trip to the Pacific islands isn’t complete without taking in a cultural dance show. On Guam, the offerings range from somewhat authentic to gloriously cheesy, with shows that incorporate a mix of dance styles from across Micronesia, Melanesia,...
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997 S Marine Corps Dr, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
When lying on the beach gets boring, head to Alupang Beach Club. Guam’s largest marine sports center offers a wide variety of aquatic pursuits, from jet skiing to parasailing to banana boating to dolphin watching. Packages start from $50 per...
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North Marine Corps Drive, 856 1, Piti, 96915, Guam
The Marianas Islands offer some of the best scuba diving in the world. Get your feet wet at MDA Guam, a PADI-certified dive center located in Piti, Guam. The waters around Guam are gloriously diverse. You’ll find vibrant marine life and more than...
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4, Inarajan, Guam
Learn traditional methods of basket weaving, sea salt production, and coconut candy making at Gef Pa'go, a Chamorro cultural village located in southern Inarajan. The grounds of Gef Pa'go reflect those of a 19th-century Chamorro settlement, with...
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285 30A, Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Spoiling yourself is an important part of a holiday, so head over to the spa for some well deserved me-time. Soothe muscles and quench dry skin with a relaxing massage, or detox with a mud wrap. You can even have your make-up done professionally...
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Tamuning, Guam
According to local legend, two doomed lovers tied their hair together and leapt off this scenic cliff after being forbidden to marry. Today, Two Lovers Point offers some of the best ocean views on island, making it a popular spot for romantic...
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Tumon Bay, Guam
Guam’s first residents are said to have arrived on the island via outrigger canoe. Visitors may not be able to get their hands on exact replicas, but rental kayaks are available in abundance along the beaches of Tumon Bay. Head out at sunset to...
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Tamuning, 96913, Guam
Also referred to as Cushing Zoo (so named for its founders, Barbara and Jimmy Cushing), this menagerie is a small and perhaps surprising attraction right in the main tourist area of the island. While not all of the animals are native to Guam, the...
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The 163-acre Orote Peninsula Ecological Reserve was established by the Navy in 1984. It features two biological "units," one marine and one forest. In the latter, you can explore with your binoculars and check some birds off your bucket list....
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Widely regarded as one of Guam's best dive sites, the Blue Hole is a natural limestone shaft that descends to 300 feet. Divers can expect to see hard and soft coral, sea whips, and trigger fish are frequently spotted; reef sharks and tuna are not...
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Tarzan Falls, Guam
The three-hour hike to Tarzan Falls is mostly leisurely, with lots of gorgeous flora and waterfall-speckled landscapes along the way. Expect muddy trails and wear a bathing suit: One area has rocks that are smooth enough for sliding.
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"Boonie stomper" is the name of a Guamanian who enjoys hiking the island's wild trails. Visitors can participate in some backwoods tramping thanks to the Guam Boonie Stompers, a nonprofit that welcomes people to join hikers on weekly walks....
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Barrigada, Guam
Adrenaline junkies should consider getting an aerial view of the island thanks to Skydive Guam, whose instructors do tandem jumps with guests. As skydivers drop from 14,000 feet, they achieve terminal velocity and take in unbeatable bird's-eye...