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Guam shares a vibrant story of rich local tradition and unique Chamorro culture; and it is for this reason why the Guam Island Fiesta Tour (GIFT) has been a continuous success for the past years. Inviting visitors into the homes of local families for fiesta celebrations, GIFT provides a glimpse of Guam’s history and culture, encapsulating centuries’ worth of tradition through a day of local festivities.

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Participants are greeted with shell leis and Chamorro dance performances, invited to participate in interactive cultural activities like coconut husking, talaya throwing, and tuba drinking, and are treated to large tables laden with authentic Chamorro cuisine.

“We are not just telling our visitors about Guam’s history, our food, or the way we celebrate with song and dance – we’re showing them and inviting them to experience it first-hand,” said GVB General Manager Joann Camacho. “We have received outstanding feedback from everyone involved. Our visitors love it, our families enjoy teaching about our Chamorro culture, and our industry stakeholders have begun packaging GIFT as an optional tour with airlines and hotel stays.”

For 2012, GIFT will happen in fiestas in Barrigada, Inarajan, Merizo, Tamuning, Santa Rita, Agat, Talofofo, Mangilao, Yona, Agana Heights, and Dededo, kicking off with the Barrigada celebration of San Vicente Ferrer on April 15.

For reservations, visitors may contact their tour agent or Kiyoko or Rex at LamLam Tours at (671) 649-5314/5. For $30 per adult or $20 per child, LamLam Tours will pick up visitors at several hotels in the morning, transport them to the host family, and return to hotels at 2 p.m.

For more information about GIFT, visit www.facebook.com/i.like.guam or e-mail [email protected]. You may also call the Philippine office at 519-6756.

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There is always something to celebrate on Guam, and we welcome our visitors to join us. Each of our island's 19 villages has its own festival day, or fiesta, where it's not unusual to see a village mayor working alongside the rest of the community to ensure the celebration is a success. Fiestas are a lively and intimate way for our visitors to get acquainted with the cultures of Guam's small but vibrant municipalities. Each village on Guam is united around its own patron saint, Catholic church, and a favorite town gathering place, providing the perfect setting for an authentic Chamorro cultural experience on fiesta day. 

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Hello. This is Japan Rent-A-Car.  The Guam Island Fiesta Tour (GIFT) introduces visitors into the homes of local families for village fiesta celebrations. They are greeted with shell leis, invited to participate in cultural activities like coconut husking, talaya throwing, and tuba drinking, and are treated to tables laden with authentic Chamorro cuisine. Contact the Guam Visitors Bureau for a current schedule.

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Guam Island Fiesta Tour

The Guam Island Fiesta Tour (GIFT) introduces visitors into the homes of local families for village fiesta celebrations. They are greeted with shell leis, invited to participate in cultural activities like coconut husking, talaya (cast net) throwing, and tuba (fermented coconut juice) drinking, and are treated to tables laden with authentic Chamorro cuisine. The GIFT reaches local stakeholders at a grass roots level.

The GIFT program occurs monthly in correspondence with a celebration to honor a Catholic patron saint. As local families gather for these centuries old traditions, visitors are invited to join the festivities as part of the family.

"The GIFT is a unique and intimate way to experience Chamorro culture," said GVB General Manager Joann Camacho. "It not only shows local families that they have a stake in the visitor industry, but it displays our Chamorro culture in a way that people have not been able to experience it. We are not just telling our visitors about Guam "” we're showing them and inviting them to participate."

Religious Origin

In the pre-contact period "” before Magellan discovered Guam "” there were no fi'estas. Instead, clans gathered to celebrate special events such as the harvesting of a good crop, clan contests, village events to craft a canoe, hut building, gupot Ã¥tof (roof party) or just congregating to chant and dance, tell stories and legends, give genealogy lessons, or socialize and have fun.

The Spanish Catholic missionaries introduced the system in which individual saints were honored and recognized on their patron feast date. This system was easily adapted into the Chamorro social celebrations at each of the villages. It became an occasion for families and friends from around the island to congregate for prayer and celebration.

Modern-Day Celebrations

Today, the villages celebrate particular saints who symbolize special powers. For example, San Roke, the patron saint of Barrigada, symbolizes a healer; San Isidro, the patron saint of Fena "” and now, Malojloj "” symbolizes the farmer; and Saint Jude, the patron saint of Sinajana, symbolizes the ability to perform the impossible.

Many Chamorros are known for devotion to patron saints. A nobena (special rosary) is held for nine days, culminating with the traditional village procession and festal masses. Devotees from around the island attend the village procession and festal masses in order to fulfill their promesa, or special devotion to a saint. Promesa is a pledge of honor made when a favor asked of the saint is bestowed. Some families hold individual nobenas (religious prayers) in their homes, but for the most part, the nobena is held in the church and recited by a techa (prayer leader).

The traditional na'taotao tumano' is a dinner served after the festal mass and procession on Saturday to which all the people who participated are invited. The people of the host village provide the na'taotao tumano'. Each family in the village brings its share of food, drinks, or money that goes toward the cost of the dinner.

Some hold their fi'esta celebration at home on a Sunday to accommodate relatives and friends who come to attend the Sunday festal mass. Today, these celebrations are more open.

As in other celebrations, the family prepares for the fi'esta in advance "” livestock and crops are reserved, pÃ¥nglao (crab) and mahongang (lobster) are caught and fattened, meats are stripped and dried for tasÃ¥hos (dried beef strips), pigs are slaughtered and the ingredients for fritÃ¥da (a pork blood and intestine stew) are cleaned and preserved.

"We set the standard high in order to ensure our visitors get the  overwhelming experience they should," said Cultural Heritage Officer Sonja Lujan-Sellers. "Because of that, we have received outstanding feedback from everyone involved. Our visitors love it, our families enjoy teaching about our Chamorro culture, and our industry stakeholders have begun packaging GIFT as an optional tour with airlines and hotel stays."

For reservations, visitors may contact their tour agent or Kiyoko/Rex at Lam Lam Tours at (671) 649-5314/5 or email [email protected] . Lam Lam Tours will pick up visitors at several hotels in the morning, transport them to the host family, and return to hotels at 2 p.m.

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The Guam Island Fiesta Tour (GIFT) introduces visitors into the homes of local families for village fiesta celebrations. They are greeted with shell leis, invited to participate in cultural activities like coconut husking, talaya throwing, and tuba drinking, and are treated to tables laden with authentic Chamorro cuisine. Contact the Guam Visitors Bureau for a current schedule.

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Villages of Yona and Humåtak to kick off dual event October 9

(Tumon, Guam) The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB), in partnership with the Mayors Council of Guam, is proud to announce the return of the Guam Island Fiesta Tour (GIFT).

The GIFT program began more than 10 years ago as a way to introduce visitors into the homes of local families during various village fiestas. It was a grass-roots approach that allowed visitors to experience the CHamoru culture at an intimate level while giving local families the opportunity to teach them more about Guam. This time around, the program will be held at the village community centers or other identified locations with set itineraries coordinated through the mayors council.

The villages of Humåtak and Yona will kick off the Guam Island Fiesta Tour on Sunday, October 9. The village of Yona will celebrate its patron saint, St. Francis of Assisi, while Humåtak residents celebrate their patron saint, San Dionisio el Aeropagita.

“We’re proud to restart the GIFT program as a way to offer an immersive and friendly experience that brings our locals and visitors together. We are showcasing our CHamoru history and culture through traditions that have been passed down through generations. We thank the village mayors for their support and partnership of this program, especially as our tourism recovery efforts ramp up,” said Dr. Gerry Perez, Acting GVB President & CEO.

GVB has reached out to the Japan Guam Travel Association, Korea Guam Travel Association, hotels, and local tour operators to invite and bring visitors to the respective villages on the day of the dual event.

The Bureau will continue to work with the mayors council to schedule GIFT dates with key village fiestas in 2023.

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