Hidden along the back road of Mangilao are Marbo cave and a breathtaking cliff side view of the island’s northeastern coastline. So get your swim clothes and cameras ready because this adventure is one for the books!
Guam is such a beautiful place with gorgeous waters and nature spots overflowing with greenery. Are you in need of a way to see it all? Well you’re in luck! Round up friends and family to take part in a scavenger hunt. We’ve curated a list of 15 places and things you absolutely have to see and do around the island.
The original pre-Spanish inhabitants of Talofofo lived mostly in settlements along the Talofofo and Ugum rivers, although artifacts have been found in the Talofofo Caves, perhaps suggesting that people used the caves for shelter during typhoons.
Etitor’s note: The U.S. territory of Guam is comprised of 22 villages, many with their own distinct character, history and points of interest. Stripes Guam and Guampedia have joined forces to present this weekly feature on each of them in the hopes that it will help our readers get out – and get to know – our gracious hosts.
Guam isn’t just any tropical island paradise. Yes, you’ll find miles of endless white sand along the coast, bright and boozy beverages served up at the beachside bars and restaurants, and of course there are the mind-blowing sunsets.
Here are five things you didn’t know you loved about Guam’s beaches.