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This one requires some planning. Because practically one man (the owner) maintain the farm, you need to give him enough time to prepare for your visit. Because they harvest the fruit in the morning of your visit, you need to make the reservation for the...More
This is a large, working fruit farm about 30 minutes from Tumon area of Guam. Need ground transportation to get here.
We went in private vehicles, and while they did allow us to walk around, they were not willing to do any of the fruit...More
Check the season for fruit. Nothing was ripe on the trees when I went and the trip through the fruit trees was very expensive. Also, hours are very short. It is better, cheap and easy to see mangos, papaya and avocados growing along sides of...More
We were driving around the island and decided to stop in. When we arrived we thought it might be closed but someone came to welcome us. It was a slow day so there were no tours but we paid $10 to drive our own car...More
When I was 18, I actually used to work there. The fruits at the buffet are fruits that have fallen to the ground-No local grown produce is wasted. The Melon, Pineapple,Juice and other normal varieties of fruit are store bought. All the tourists are told...More
We visited Hamamoto Tropical Fruit World today and we were very impressed. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable. A lot of work has been done constructing trails around the property, which gives visitors a view of nature seldom seen. We noticed several renovation projects in-progress,...More
SAD, SAD, SAD, we attempted to visit this place no less than 3 times over a 4 year period. The first time we thought, okay their busy attending to tourist, we can come back. The 2nd time we were told, we are closed for a...More