From indigenous architecture and leaf covered huts to a landscape true to its heritage, Faifai Beach draws you into the wonderful cultural heritage of Guam. We entreat you to let the gentle sound of the ocean wash away the time so you may satiate
yourself in nature's pristine majesty.
Tucked behind the beach lays a sleeping National Treasure and along the way you will see bananas, noni, taro and breadfruit along the way.
The early inhabitants of Guam, the Chamorro,crossed the ocean in prerecorded time from South Asia passing through the Philippines and Malaysia. Their legacy is the Latte Stone. Experience some of these stones that have existed for hundreds of years.
Cutting a path through the jungle will find you at a limestone cave. The water collecting there is good enough to drink and was a vital source of fresh water for the ancient Chamorros.
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Imperial Building #202, 127 Gun Beach Tumon, GU 96931