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agana-heights

Agana Heights

Agana Heights – Sitting on cliffs overlooking the capital, Agana Heights was the perfect strategic location for forts and lookouts in the Spanish Era.  Today, it’s your go-to for sunsets and picnics.

agat

Agat

Home to the iconic Spanish Bridges, Agat is the gateway to the south and the perfect first stop for a sightseeing road trip.

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Asan

This coastal village encompasses a large area on Guam’s western shore, and serves as a good example of Guamanian suburbia.

barrigada

Barrigada

Barrigada’s name was derived from the Chamorro meaning for stomach, and sits centrally in the “body” of the island.

dededo

Dededo

One of Guam’s largest and most populated villages, Dededo is home to the largest shopping mall in Micronesia, and is a can’t-miss while driving along Route 1.

hagatna

Hagatna

Hagatña is the heartbeat of the island. Its name derived from the Chamorro word for blood, everything that happens and has happened has flowed from the Capital.

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Inarajan

The village that time left alone. It sits right on the water’s edge, and its architecture and traditions still reflect life from the Spanish Era to the early American period.

mangilao

Mangilao

Mangilao is the neighbor to Barrigada centrally, and is the causeway between the north and south of the island.

merizo

Merizo

Merizo lies on Guam’s southernmost point, and its roadway is nestled between the mountains and the sea. Cocos Lagoon, a popular spot for fishing and water activities, extends from the shore of the village.

mongmong

Mongmong-Toto-Maite

Think of the tri-state areas, just on much smaller scale. This triplet is home to multiple schools and Guam’s international airport.

ordot-chalan

Ordot-Chalan Pago

This village stretches across the limestone north and volcanic south of Guam, the result of which is a rugged and diverse terrain spotted with valleys and wetlands.

piti

Piti

Piti’s waters are home to the popular “bomb holes” dive spots and an enchanting underwater observatory. Piti also serves as a portal through which all of Guam’s consumables run at the Port of Guam.

starita

Santa Rita

The village of Santa Rita is largely taken up by the Naval Station, but is one of the coziest and quietest areas on island.

sinajana

Sinajana

Sinajana sits on a hilltop adjacent to Agana Heights and divides most of its real estate between housing and schools.

talofofo

Talofofo

Referred to as “God’s Country,” Talofofo is surrounded by green and home to the Talofofo River and Falls – local favorites for adventurers and beauty lovers.

tamuning

Tamuning

Tamuning is one of the busier villages where residents can do business, grab some grinds, or go shopping all within the same area.

tumon

Tumon

Luxury shopping, five star hotels, and tourism activities come together in what’s known as the tourism district. After fine dining, catch the world’s best sunset on the white sandy shores of Tumon Bay.

umatac

Umatac

This village only holds a handful of residents, but a heaping of history: Umatac Bay is where Ferdinand Magellan first landed and “discovered” Guam.

yigo

Yigo

Yigo is Guam’s largest and northernmost village inhabited by largely by the United States Air Force and its personnel.

yona

Yona

Yona is the first southern village you’ll encounter when travelling down the eastern part of the island. Upon entering you’ll stumble onto Jeff’s Pirates Cove, an iconic restaurant and gift shop.