Two Lovers Point
Two Lovers Point Review
This cliff-side lookout point, which plunges 400 feet vertically down into the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean, offers unparalleled views over Tumon Bay and much of the island. The site is named after a local legend, which tells the story of two young lovers from the island's indigenous Chamorro peoples. Forbidden by their families from being together in life, they came here and leapt to their deaths in a suicide pact. However grim the origins of the name are, this is a lovely spot, and the panoramic vistas from the split-level platform perched on the cliff edge are truly breathtaking.
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