Have a lovely day on the island during this tour, with a picturesque drive full of photo opportunities. You will make a photo stop at Ga’an point – the landing site of U.S, forces during the liberation of Guam. You’ll view the old Spanish bridge during your drive, then enjoy another photo opportunity at the Magellan Monument in Umatac Bay, which honors explorer Ferdinand Magellan who discovered Guam in 1521. You’ll drive by Bear's rock — a natural land form that depicts the shape of a bear and is over 50-feet high, then you’ll visit Plaza de España, the location of the Governor’s Palace during Spain’s long reign. See original structures from 350 years ago, like the Chocolate House. Finally, you’ll see Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral Basilica, a massive, beautiful Roman Catholic cathedral and the site of the first Roman Catholic Church in Guam.
- Wear comfortable walking shoes.