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Jungle Riverboat Adventure Cruise in Guam

  • Get off the beaten track and cruise along historic rivers
  • Visit an ancient Chamorro village to get insights into indigenous traditions
  • Small-group tour ensures a personalized experience
Jungle Riverboat Adventure Cruise in Guam
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2 hour cruise into the heart of the Talofofo River Valley. Valley of the Latte celebrates the rich cultural heritage and history of Guam every day.
From $95.00
Hotel Transfer-2:30pm-No Lunch
2 hour cruise into the heart of the Talofofo River Valley. Valley of the Latte celebrates the rich cultural heritage and history of Guam every day. Afternoon Tours do not include Lunch.
From $75.00
Skip the beach and join this half-day tour that introduces you to Guam's history and culture—in an entertaining way. Cruise through the rainforests, along the Talofofo and Ugum rivers, learn about local flora and fauna, and visit an ancient Chamorro village to learn how old traditions are being kept alive.
What to Expect
This Vally of the Latte Adventure Park tour takes you through diverse rivers and indigenous villages. A knowledgeable local guide will have you laughing and learning the entire way. 
You will be picked up from your accommodation and taken to the Adventure Park, or have the option to drive yourself.  At the visitor center you will learn about the park and meet your captain and crew.  
You will begin your adventure along the Talofofo River, where your guide will tell you about the flora, fauna, and local wildlife around you.The cruise will take you up the Talofofo and Ugum Rivers to the ancient indigenous Chamorro Village. This village is more than 3,000-years-old and surrounded by botanical gardens, an ancient latte site, and fresh water springs. Here, you will be experience storytelling, fire-making demonstrations, coconut leaf/basket weaving exhibitions, and canoe building sessions. You'll also visit the surrounding caves, where you'll learn about and latte stones. 
Moving on you'll pass fruit plantations, where you'll see land crabs, cat fish, baby deer, monitor lizards, coconut crabs, water buffalo, and more. 
For lunch, you'll dine on a local fiesta plate at the Valley of the Latte. If you take the morning tour lunch is around 11am. If you take the afternoon tour lunch will be around 2:30pm. 
After lunch, you will be dropped back at your hotel, or can spend time at your leisure if you chose the self-drive option. 
Reviews (29)
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Reviewed November 21, 2018
An excellent, informative and entertaining cruise

I went as an instructor with my University of Guam Environmental class on this cruise. The driver, Andy, was very professional, and he had a lot of interesting information to share, and was very entertaining with his stories, jokes, and commentary. I would highly recommend...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed October 24, 2018
Jungle Boat Ride

Boat ride was very interesting and worth the money. Stopped along the way to visit a replica of an original "Chamorran" village as well as see original Chamorran "Latte Stones". The Chamorro people are the indigenous people of the Mariana Islands.

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed October 22, 2018

My girlfriend and I had a great time with the jungle boat cruise. It was fun and informative as well. You get to learn more about Guam's culture and history. The tour guide was funny and helpful. From crab and cat fish feeding to getting...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank mawmawster
Reviewed September 26, 2018
Awesome Day! 5 Stars!

I had a great day on the Jungle Riverboat Adventure Cruise. I came with my mother a little early and had a nice conversation with David, the owner, in the office. He gave us a thorough explanation about the history of Guam and the local...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank Devin S
Reviewed September 3, 2018
Great family trip!

We absolutely enjoyed ourselves on this trip! Everyone from Mom and Dad down to the infant found something to love. Great narration on the river and flora and fauna viewing. Followed that up with a visit to a historical latte stone area, more wildlife and...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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