Soak up Guam's rich tropical beauty during this half-day excursion along the southwestern coast to War in the Pacific National Historical Park — which brings Guam's WWII struggles to life — and other amazing highlights. Discover Ga'an Point, part of the southern landing strip during the U.S.'s liberation of Guam, and marvel at a Japanese blockhouse, pillbox and an amazing stronghold built into a rock outcropping. Pass the double-arched Talaifak Bridge that showcases 1785 Spanish architecture, and is surrounded by tranquil gardens. In Umatac Bay, take photos of Magellan Monument, which honors the explorer who discovered Guam in 1521. Journey to Fort Soledad, built high on a cliff in the early 1800s when Spanish Galleon trade was booming, to view breathtaking scenery and ancient cannons pointing toward Magellan's landing spot. Before returning to the port, explore Jeff's Pirates Cove, a favorite beach hangout that dates back to 1953, for unique souvenirs and incredible ocean views.
- Gadao's Cave will not be visited during this tour. It is difficult to walk on wet rocks near the beach to get to the Gadao's Cave. The tour guide will explain more about Gadao’s Cave.
- Wear comfortable walking shoes.
- Not recommended for passengers with limited mobility.