Have you visited Guam? Do you have favorite place that you visited in the island? Here’s my top places that I visited in the island based on my preferences. I hope it helps you to create your own list when planning to visit Guam – one of the US Territory in the Pacific.
Top 1 – Pagat Point and Pagat Cave
This is my favorite spot that I was able to reached while traveling around the island. This is the place that requires hiking which means you need an effort to see the place. Pagat Point is one of the amazing lookout or viewpoint to appreciate in the island. The Pagat Cave is an added bonus for the adventures that wanted to have activity with the nature.
Top 2 – Tarzan Falls
I love this falls because it requires me to do a hiking even though it was not really a mountain. Another falls that I discover as part of my travel adventures. And I had a great time sit on its walls and enjoys the waterfalls.
Top 3 – Fish Eye Marine Park
Though I was scared in swimming a deep-sea water and even I was uncomfortable with my fins, I still love this place because of the colourful fishes under the water. I just need more exposure and experience with similar adventure.
Top 4 – Guam Adventures Yigo
I love the lookout where I had a chance this paradise view from the top. Though it was not that long rest after buggy off-road adventure but its worth of a rest to appreciate such kind of scenery.
Top 5 – Asan Bay Overlook and Libugon Vista Point
Asan Bay Overlook now offers panoramic view of War In the Pacific National Historical Park in Nimitz Hill, Asan Bay and Fish Eye Marine Park. It also a reminder of its significance on the freedom of Guam from Japanese.
Libugon Vista Point offers birds-eye view of Tamuning, the islands’ international airport and Barrigada.
Top 6 – Two Lovers Point
The most accessible point to appreciate the beautiful scenery of Tumon Bay and the shorelines that surrounds it.
Top 7 – Fort Soledad
Fort Soledad offers a scenic view of Umatac Bay and emphasize its fortification of once rich village of Umatac.
Top 8 – Fort Santa Agueda
A fort that offers the view of capital city of the island which is Hagatna.
Top 9 – Hagatna Heritage Walk
A learning walks to discover the historical importance of the city and understanding how the history shaped the island right now.
Top 10 – Chamorro Village
A gluttony adventure indeed in Chamorro Village every Wednesday where different kinds of people get out to have fun inside the village either through shopping of different kind of cultural souvenirs and to be fill the empty stomach.
Top 11 – Tumon Bay
The most tourist populated area in the island. Whether you enjoy the walk like I did in the bay or have an adventure in the water will fill-up your time here.
Top 12 – Tamuning
Walking in the city is not bad at all, if you just wanted to chill in the city, the island has Tamuning where you can enjoy the city life of the island.
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