Let's explore 21 places on Guam virtually!

Let's explore 21 places on Guam virtually!

by Guam Visitors Bureau
Guam Visitors Bureau

Senator Angel Santos Latte Stone Memorial Park

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a new view.

The ancient latte stones, or simply latte, are a modern symbol of Chamorro strength and identity. But how much do you know about these enduring pillars of Chamorro culture? Here are seven things to know about latte.

The latte were constructed by the Chamorros between 1200 BP to 300 BP (before present) and was in use up until around the time the Spanish colonized the Marianas in the 1600s.

Shark’s Cove

This virtual 360 experience is quite like no other! Enjoy every detail of paradise with these tours.

Take a hike to Sharks Cove Beach in 360° with KUAM’s Asha Robles for this week’s segment of Guam All Around. The beach trail is an easy hike with a few paths leading you into the jungles, but not for long. Once you reach the destination, you can enjoy great views and a nice swim.

Plaza de Espana

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a new view.

Plaza de Espana served as the center of cultural, religious, and government activities for centuries. In the 1660s, the Spanish colonial government chose this site as the Plaza Principal. Historic sites here include the Azotea, the last remaining structural element of the Governor’s Palace; the Almacen Arches, Guam’s signature triple arches that were once the entrance of the royal warehouse built in 1736; and the Chocolate House, the small round building that was used by both the Spanish and American administrations to host meriendas where beverages and pastries were served. While you’re in Hagatna, take some time to explore the Heritage Walking Trail that connects 17 historical sites and brings to life the resilient and fascinating history of the Chamorro people.

Marianas Trench mural

Witness the majesty of these giant island murals painted by local and international artists. Be sure to pin these locations for your next #Guam #instaGuam photoshoot.

This 3D perspective floor mural is now at the Guam Congress Building! Art by Lee San Nicolas (@thefueking)

Inarajan

Stroll through the culturally rich village roads of the south or take a dip in the island’s most well-known natural pool – all from the comfort of your screen!

The village was officially established in 1680 by the Spanish, along with St. Joseph Church, and was one of the main villages on Guam during the Spanish era.

Coconut crab mural

Witness the majesty of these giant island murals painted by local and international artists. Be sure to pin these locations for your next #Guam #instaGuam photoshoot.

Check out our latest mural collaboration with Guam artist Lee San Nicolas (@thefueking).

Paseo ‘Håfa Adai’ mural

Explore the island of Guam right at your fingertips! From Hagatna’s Plaza de Espana to Inarajan’s Gef Pago, it’s all waiting for you!

Check out our latest mural collaboration with Guam artist Lee San Nicolas (@thefueking).

Gef Pa’go

Stroll through the culturally rich village roads of the south or take a dip in the island’s most well-known natural pool – all from the comfort of your screen!

Staffed mainly by elder Chamorros who demonstrate traditional Chamorro arts, crafts, and cooking to visitors, Gef Pa’go Chamorro Cultural Village is modeled after a community from the 40s and 50s, when the Chamorro lifeways were more prevalently practiced. Gef Pa’go is maintained by the historic Inalahan Foundation in an effort to preserve local culture and pass down traditions to younger generations.

Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral - Basilica

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a new view.

The 2.5-mile (4km) trek winds through some of Guam’s most iconic historical sites including the Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral-Basilica, which stands on the land that Chief Kepuha gave to Father Luis Diego de San Vitores in 1669 to build the first Roman Catholic church in Guam. To this day, the Cathedral is the center of Guam’s Catholic community.

Paseo de Susana

Explore the island of Guam right at your fingertips! From Hagatna’s Plaza de Espana to Inarajan’s Gef Pago, it’s all waiting for you!

Paseo de Susana is now a popular gathering place for the people Guam.

Sheraton’s Infinity Pool  & Rick’s Reef

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One of the most picturesque views of the island can be seen from the deck at the Sheraton Laguna Guam Resort, overlooking Rick’s Reef and Hagatna Bay. Put on your virtual reality headset or move your mobile device and experience this breathtaking view of Guam in stunning 360 degrees!

San Antonio Bridge & Sirena Park

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a new view.

San Antonio Bridge, one of several surviving stone bridges on the island. It was built in 1800 and spanned the Agaña River until the river was diverted in 1946. Beside the bridge is a statue of Sirena, Guam’s legendary mermaid.

The San Antonio Bridge is a less visited area so it’s a good place for sitting and chatting. The bridge was originally built over a river, but now there is no water since the river was diverted. It’s located in Agana across the boat basin and can be seen from Marine Drive.

Airport ‘Welcome to Guam’ mural

Explore the island of Guam right at your fingertips! From Hagåtña’s Plaza de Espana to Inarajan’s Gef Pago, it’s all waiting for you!

Witness the majesty of these giant island murals painted by local and international artists. Be sure to pin these locations for your next #Guam #instaGuam photoshoot.

Located at the Guam International Airport, this mural gives a warm welcome to anyone stepping foot on Guam! Artwork by Lee San Nicolas (@thefueking)

Inspirational Art

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a new view.

The ancient latte stones, or simply latte, are a modern symbol of Chamorro strength and identity. But how much do you know about these enduring pillars of Chamorro culture? Here are seven things to know about latte.

The latte were constructed by the Chamorros between 1200 BP to 300 BP (before present) and was in use up until around the time the Spanish colonized the Marianas in the 1600s.

Creation Point: Fu’a

Stroll through the culturally rich village roads of the south or take a dip in the island’s most well-known natural pool – all from the comfort of your screen!

In one of Guam’s most enduring legends, Puntan and Fu’una are the brother and sister gods of creation who sacrificed themselves to create the universe.

At her brother’s request, Fu’una used her spirit to divide Puntan’s body and use it to create the universe. With his back she made the earth, with his chest she made the sky. One of his eyes became the sun, and the other became the moon. With his eyebrows she made rainbows.

Umatac Village

Stroll through the culturally rich village roads of the south or take a dip in the island’s most well-known natural pool – all from the comfort of your screen!

In Umatac houses are close to one another with just a few streets that wind through the village. These small streets allow one to easily find and visit many of the villages historic and cultural sites.

Old Court Building

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a new view.

The Old Court Buidling of Guam is one of the newest additions to the Guam Register of Historic Places under U.S. military rule the poeple of Guam were afforded very few rights and protections and were considered Ward’s of the nations with no U.S. citizenship and no application to the nation’s Constitution.

This building was paid for by the people of Guam and symbolized that they were finally given the right to have three equal branches of government the judicial legislative and executive branches instead of one branch of military government that had existed previously.

Decadent flavor & innovative style

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Chocolate lovers, you’re going to love this in 360 degrees! The new Gold Discovery Collection was rolled out by Godiva at the T Galleria in Tumon. It was a night of flavors and fashion, because along with debut of the new luxury chocolates, fashion designer Sophie Ann Cochevelou designed four dresses inspired by the new collection. Cochevelou is an East London-based fashion, costume and jewelry designer and performance maker.

Inarajan & Umatac historic tour

Stroll through the culturally rich village roads of the south or take a dip in the island’s most well-known natural pool – all from the comfort of your screen!

The village’s Chamorro name, Inalåhan (Inarajan), probably refers to the åla or large woven coconut-leaf harvest baskets for which the village was noted. The name could also be derived from the word hålla, meaning to pull something or move something with a rope tied to it.

How to get to Umatac

Spend a day in the island’s capital and witness what makes this village so special. Cruise through some of the most historical monuments on Guam and appreciate it from a neA Stroll through the culturally rich village roads of the south or take a dip in the island’s most well-known natural pool – all from the comfort of your screen!

The small village of Umatac is located in southern Guam along Umatac Bay. The community of Umatac is relatively smaller than others on Guam and made up of a handful of residents, many of whom are related to each other.

Guam Windward Memorial

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Have a look at the picturesque and serene surroundings of the new Guam Windward Memorial in 360 degrees. Guam All Around is proudly brought to you by the Guam Visitors Bureau.

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