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All reviews great view entrance fee tumon bay the cliff souvenir shop micronesia mall tour buses beautiful site short drive view of the ocean visiting guam take pictures beautiful sunset tourist spot great spot locks legend
Can't beat the sunset here! However, they close at sunset. There's a restaurant and gift shop, plus plenty of areas to get great pictures. You can purchase a ticket to go to the gazebo on the point, but we didn't want to waste our money...More
A beautiful part of history with vast ocean views not to be missed. Paths bring you up to the monument area and near the edge of the cliffs. You can hear the water and smell the natural floral aromas; a must stop on the island.
This is a must visit spot when on Guam. It provides a great view of the coast line and the story of the Two Lovers is interesting. There was an employee on site that answered questions and was very helpful. Parking can be a challenge...More
Beautiful ocean view from the top of the tower. You can see the waves crashing on the rocks below. A. very sentimental legend and a must see place in Guam. Nice gift store and some food and drink stants serving fresh fruit drinks.
We made a quick stop for photos here. The scenery is great, if windy. I really disliked the foam hearts that they sell to attach to the fence. They're not environmental, and will end up in the ocean when a typhoon hits.
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When I visited the Two Lovers Point I drove a rented car and I actually missed the "small" road sign due to the road construction in the area. I'm sorry, I'm not familiar with the shuttle service. But I finally found the... More
When I visited the Two Lovers Point I drove a rented car and I actually missed the "small" road sign due to the road construction in the area. I'm sorry, I'm not familiar with the shuttle service. But I finally found the "other route" by making a U-turn in the main highway.