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Settle in for a romantic sunset over the water at Two Lovers Point. According to a local legend, at this site a Spanish nobleman and the daughter of a Chamorro chieftain decided to take their lives so they could be together forever. The ill-fated lovers leapt off the cliff and into the sea below, their souls finally finding freedom in the afterlife. You can feel the romance of the tale as you look down at the clear but rock-strewn water from the safety of the observation point, which now stands out as one of Guam's best-known attractions. Make Two Lovers Point part of your personalized Tumon itinerary using our Tumon attractions planning site.
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Pretty view, cheap, and well maintained facility with a little shop and love locks. One of many Lookout points on the island so not a "must see" but it was nice and easy to access from the Tumon area.
Pretty view, cheap, and well maintained facility with a little shop and love locks. One of many Lookout points on the island so not a "must see" but it was nice and easy to access from the Tumon area. more »
This is a must-see in Guam, beautiful ocean views and FaiFai Beach. Admission cost is extremely fair, only $3.00 per person. You can also purchase a small foam heart and lock to write a message on...
This is a must-see in Guam, beautiful ocean views and FaiFai Beach. Admission cost is extremely fair, only $3.00 per person. You can also purchase a small foam heart and lock to write a message on... more »
A beautiful place with an awesome history. I can’t add anything to what 1000 other people have said. When I visited today 1/25/2022, We were the only ones there, it was a beautiful day, and it was...
A beautiful place with an awesome history. I can’t add anything to what 1000 other people have said. When I visited today 1/25/2022, We were the only ones there, it was a beautiful day, and it was... more »
This is such a great photo spot! You have to pay $3 a person to get to the best views, but it is worth it. You can see a wide expanse of ocean as well as a lot of the island. You can also purchase a lock to put on the fence. I found their gift shop prices extremely reasonable and I made a lot of purchases.
Seriously gorgeous spot. Bit of a tourist trap, but the view is well worth the time to drive here and the $3 entry fee they charge. Not much to do other than walk around and enjoy the sun and the view, but again, well worth it. Could take anywhere from 15-45 minutes out of your day depending on how much time you want to spend soaking in the sights. Even though the viewing balcony hangs over the cliffside, I think this is acceptable for those afraid of heights as there are wide platforms, many handrails, and you don’t have to go against the edge to see the beautiful view!
Whether you are traveling and visiting with your lover or not, you should still come here and get the ticket to go on the elevated lookout area!!! The tickets aren’t even expensive and the views are amazing!! For real! At first perhaps I was trying to be all economical and see the views from the side without getting a ticket to go to the elevated lookout area, but then I really wanted to get the foam heart and heart lock and I realized you aren’t really engaging with the area if you don’t go out there. So we got tickets, got the foam hearts and heart lock and went in! It’s really great that they put the story on the wall and have all this other art work that help to bring your imagination back to how it must have felt for that young couple. When you go up the stairs and finally see the views you realize it is WAY different than the views you see from the side without the tickets! You NEED to see these views WOW! Beautiful! So peaceful from there! So so gorgeous! Wow you are SO high up (it’s not scary tho) and you see everything! This was definitely among my most favorite places I visited in Guam! I want to go back there every time I come visit! Do Bring your lover!
The sight to the naked eye is absolutely breathtaking. A camera does not do it justice. Thoroughly enjoyed the sight. Would definitely recommend a visit if you're ever in Guam. We got to see a shark and a few turtles cruising around as well lol.
Typical tourist attraction. It was not crowded when we went (Sunday in May around noon time). Maybe about 2 other couples were there. The view is pretty. I didnt go inside the paid section, however. There is a $3 entrance fee, but the free area was pretty as well. There are 2 juice stands, a gift shop, and restrooms.
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