Gef Pa'go Chamorro Cultural Village also known as the Gef Pa'go Park is a fascinating remnant of the bygone Spanish era in Guam. Situated on the beautiful shores of the Inarajan bay, this quaint little village/museum is managed by the Historic Inahalan Foundation, and is one of the premier tourist destinations of Guam. Named after the indigenous Chamorro people who inhabited the island, Gef Pa'go is home to thatched huts, demonstrations and products showcasing the life, times and ways of the Chamorros. The interesting shop at Gef Pa'go stocks up antiques and curios from the 20th century pre-war days, traditional hand-woven stuff and various other Chamorro products. The Gef Pa'go Tours gives you a complete round-up of the venue. Visit website for more information.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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