GUAM – THE GEM ISLAND OF USA [6D4N]
- Latte Stones Park
- Latte stones are pillars on which ancient Chamorro houses were constructed as early as 500 A.D. They have become a signature of Guam and the Northern Marianas Islands. Customarily, bones of the ancient Chamorro’s and their possessions, such as jewelry or canoes were buried below the stones.
- Fort Apugan
- Fort Santa Agueda, the only surviving Spanish fort in Hagåtña, sits atop Apugan Hill on the western coast of Guam. The fort, now commonly called Fort Apugan, provides a commanding view of the capital village of Hagåtña, the Philippine Sea, and the sheer northern clifflines of Oka Point and Urunao Point. The fort is also in a prime location to study the northern topography of the island with its raised limestone plateau. During the Spanish era, however, the site was developed for tactical purposes.
- T Stell Newman Visitor Center
- Two Lovers Point
- Dolphin Watching Tour + Underwater Observatory
- Sunset Cruise and Polynesian Dinner Show
- Premium tourist class hotels, majority provide free Wi-Fi (at least available at the lobby)
- 4N Guam Reef & Olive Spa Resort (4* or similar hotel)
- Brazilian BBQ
- Polynesian Dinner