Journey across the gorgeous island of Guam on this guided half-day tour that starts with a scenic drive through villages that originated thousands of years ago: Guam's capital, a main landing site for the U.S. Marines during WWII; the site of the War in the Pacific National Historic Park; the Spanish Bridge and Nimitz Hill; and the spot where Magellan landed while sailing the globe in 1521. Explore the village's brilliant natural saltwater pool, visit the historic church and see the rustic streets laid in 1680. There will also be live demonstrations in the village. At Fort Santa Agueda, take photos of original cannons and mesmerizing panoramic views overlooking the gem-like bay and the Philippine Sea. Then learn about an ancient Chamorro legend at Two Lovers Point, a dramatic cliff with a soaring observation platform and breathtaking views. Finally, take an opportunity to browse around and shop for souvenirs before returning to port.