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  • 1

    Talofofo Falls

    9 reviews

    wow k lugar tan hermoso un lugar para pasar unas buenas vacaciones

  • 2

    Sigua Falls

    2 reviews

    From Chamorro Village take State Route 4 to Ordot. Make a right to Sunshine Plaza/Dero Rd. Follow the sign to Leo Palace Resort. Trail starts before the gate to the resort on your right. Bring lots of water

  • 3

    Kmart

    3 reviews

    There are many good deals to be found here. This was always the first place I shopped for my daily needs.

  • 4

    Ypao Beach Park

    3 reviews

    This was a great beach until they turned off the water supply to all the showers. Guam has a habit of doing this type of stupidity, yet they are always screaming for more tourism.

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  • 5

    Tarza Magical Adventure Zone & Water Park

    2 reviews

    Was all the rage a decade ago. Haven't been recently, but remembered it being loads of fun!

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  • 6

    Two Lovers Point

    2 reviews

    This is a historical point that two young lovers threw themselves off the cliff rather than go through with the arranged marriages that their parents set up with other people.

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  • 7

    Fendi DFS

    2 reviews

    The main drag in the resort/tourist area of Guam, San Vittores Road along Tumon Bay, is very much like Waikiki meets Ala Moana Mall. There are about 4 high end fashion malls, catering mostly to Japanese tourists and other Designer Brand obsessed Asian Female Tourists who are crawling all over them, looking for Coach bags, the current favorite of the ...

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  • 8

    Fusion tavern

    1 review

    Great bar with an OK beer selection. Buy Mama some shots!

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  • 9

    Pigo Catholic Cemetery

    1 review

    This is the most amazing cemetery I've ever seen. It has 20 foot tall statues of Jesus and the apostles in the front. The cemetery overlooks a beautiful beach. There are many above ground crypts with glass globes mounted to them in which people write out their prayers for the dead and place them inside the globe. There are two ...

  • 10

    Sanders Slope

    1 review

    It takes your breath away when you are entering this road going down to Tarague Beach. The view is spectacular overlooking the ocean, beach, mountains, & the lush fauna. Located in Anderson AFB. Park your car where its safe for other cars to pass by. The road is narrow & there is no turn out or parking space.

  • 11

    The Beach

    1 review

    This bar & grill is at a prime location located at the north end of Tumon next to Gun Beach. Plenty of seating and the view is great while you eat & drink.

  • 12

    Pati Point

    1 review

    It's pristine secluded hidden jewel of the northern part of Guam. You can walk the beach all the way to Tarague Beach. The best part is no tourist to ruin this beautiful place. A warning, do not swim on high surf and tide.

  • 13

    Tarague Beach

    1 review

    This is another secluded beach available for any servicemen. Every time I go to places like this I am blessed. No words to describe it but a big wow and then you just enjoy your stay. Just bring what you need to get lazy on this beach. Peaceful and relaxing. When we got here there is even plenty of black ...

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  • 14

    The Beach Bar

    2 reviews

    Somehow Daytona Beach ended up in the middle of the Pacific at this popular nightspot. This rowdy meat market is pleasantly located by the water -- which is good because it gives the partiers here a place to throw up discreetly. If you are a military guy looking to meet a chunky local girl in a short dress -- this ...

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  • 15

    Underwater World

    1 review
    Popular withFamilies
  • 16

    Tumon Sands Plaza

    1 review

    Upscale shopping for high end, name brand products. Excellent window shopping if you're not prepared to spend that much money.

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  • 17

    Alupang Island

    1 review

    The only way you can access this very small island is by going through any hotels along the State Route 30 like Santa Fe hotel. Walk down to the beach and rent a kayak to explore it. You can also walk to it during low tides. Suggest to bring snacks

  • 18

    Chamorro Village

    1 review

    Every Wednesday night the Chamorro Village has dozens of booths set up selling local food, gifts and entertainment. .

  • 19

    Mandara Spa

    1 review

    Staff is real nice, wait is short, and they sometimes do 2 for 1 specials. :) Shiatsu massages aren't all the same at Mandara Spas across the island -- the ones here are a bit gentler. When you're done, head across the hall to Taste restaurant or outside to the pool/beach.

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  • 20

    Mandara Spa at Nikko

    1 review

    A nicer location than some of the others on island. Warm and cozy, candles abound. Dim inside, but rooms can be sunnier as they have patios that lead out to the pools. You can feel the tropical-ness of the place, even when you're indoors. When you're all done with your massage, you can just go up to the hotel lobby, ...

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