Tumon Bay

Tumon Bay (Photos courtesy of Guam Visitors Bureau)

Masso Reservoir is a manmade pond in Piti right by Veteran’s Cemetery. To get there, take the first right turn after the cemetery and then turn left on the dirt road and keep driving until you see the reservoir. Sit and have a picnic with your friends on the benches or walk past the reservoir to find a nature trail!

Marbo Cave is a natural cave and pond found in Mangilao’s back road. The turn to get there is at a four-way intersection and the drive down the road is full of turns, so be careful! The cave is a short walk from where you can park and there’s also a trail you can walk to the edge of the cliff.

Marbo Cave

Marbo Cave ()

Did you know Guam has a botanical garden? It’s called Sankyo Garden, located in Mangilao. They’re open Tuesday to Thursday from 9:00 - 4:00 and Saturday to Sunday from 9:00 - 12:00. It costs $15 to walk the beautiful paths filled with the garden’s variety of plants. And after you’re done, the ticket comes with fresh fruit to enjoy!

Sankyo Garden

Sankyo Garden ()

Need to update your instagram? Check out this swing at Jimmy Dee’s in Tamuning. It’s the perfect place for a beach photo!


Swing ()

Priest Pools is in Merizo up the hill near St. Dimas Catholic Church. It’s the second left up the hill and a short walk to see the beautiful cascading natural ponds. The fresh water is just what you need when cooling off on a hot Guam day!

Priest Pools

Priest Pools ()

These are just a few cool spots to check out. Guam is full of so many beautiful places that really any picture with the beach and the trees is instagram-worthy. If you go to other sites or beaches this weekend, be sure to post and #instaGuam!

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