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Hit the Road for a Lazy 3-Hour Southern Drive

So, you’ve tanned until your golden brown or burnt to a crisp, shopped till you dropped, and are ready to leave the manicured tourist strip of Tumon Bay and see Guam’s rugged south. Follow our itinerary for an awe-inspiring and relaxing drive around the island’s sleepy southern end.

So, you’ve tanned until your golden brown or burnt to a crisp, shopped till you dropped, and are ready to leave the manicured tourist strip of Tumon Bay and see Guam’s rugged south. Follow our itinerary for an awe-inspiring and relaxing drive around the island’s sleepy southern end.

The Latte of Freedom

More than a government house, this stop offers ocean vistas from atop the world’s largest latte — the Latte of Freedom.

Ocean view Latte of Freedom Guam

Memorias Para I Lalahi-ta

Take in sweeping views of Umatac from the hilltops.

Umatac Memorias View Guam

Fort Señora Nuestra de la Soledad

Remnants of Spanish colonization remain at this oft-visited historical site. You will see canons, an eroded Japanese bunker, and maybe even a carabao, Guam’s docile water buffalo.

Dusk Fort Soledad

Merizo Bell Tower & Merizo Combento

Built in 1910, this tower was constructed to unite the people of Merizo with organized community functions. Merizo Conbento is the oldest building on Guam, built by the Spanish to house the priest assigned to San Dimas Catholic Church. It dates to 1858.

merizo bell tower merizo combento

Kathy’s Mini-Mart

Make a quick stop at Kathy’s (next to Bank of Guam in Merizo) for the island’s best pickled papaya.

Inarajan Pools

Stop for a few minutes to admire the crashing waves and bustling hermit crabs on this crater filled beach.

Inarajan Pools, Guam

Talofofo Bay

One of the island’s few black sand beaches meets the Talofofo River.

Talofofo Bay Beach Guam

Pago Bay, Yona

Before you start down the hill towards Pago Bay, take a quick right towards Del Carmen apartments for a spectacular view of the eastern coastline.

pago bay

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Hit the Road for a Lazy 3-Hour Southern Drive
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