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11-Mile Reef

Region: South

Depth: 30 to 75′

Visibility: 100 to 150’+

Skill Level(s): Tech

75′ upper reef west of Guam, 11 miles off Umatac Bay. Large Pelagics, barracuda, sharks & turtles are all common here. Strong currents & rough water are common. Experienced divers only!


Agana Bay

Region: North

Depth: 20 to 80′

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Numerous Hard and soft corals with am abundance of reef fish. Great visibility and an occasional Manta Ray.


Alupat Island

Region: North

Visibility: 5 to 50′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Just off Alupat Island, numerous hard and soft corals with an abundance of reef fish. Great visibility and an occasional Manta Ray. This is an excellent night dive location and is always done by boat. Dolphins are often seen here. Manta rays are more often seen in the early hours and in the early spring and fall. Turtles are seen on most dives.


American Tanker

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 30 to 100′

Visibility: 30 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Apra Harbor. A huge concrete barge beginning at 50′, and located right beside a shallow reef. Popular as a beginning wreck dive with tons of subjects for Macro Photographers. Very easy dive for all.


Amphitheater

Region: Central

Depth: 30 to 130’+

Visibility: 50 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Cabras Island, 30-130’+ (Boat Dive Only). Natural curvature in drop-off with an abundance of deep water corals and marine life. Vis 60-150′, possibility of currents.


Amtrack

Region: South

Depth: 5 to 60′

Visibility: 30 to 70′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Located just off the Agat Cemetary, the Amtrack is a old WWII personnel carrier at 40′ with a colorful surrounding reef. Popular for boat and beach divers alike.


Anae Caverns

Region: South

Depth: 15 to 60′

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

A very unusual and easy dive for all. Wide caverns with side openings and exits. No cavern diving experience necessary. Site as also very good for snorkeling and kayaking.


Asan Cut

Region: Central

Depth: 20 to 75′

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Entrance / exit at this popular beach dive can be tricky, depending on the wind and sea conditions. Hard coral islands surrounded by sand flats with schools of reef fish and an occasional Pelagic.


Barge Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 30 to 60′

Visibility: 40 to 70′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Concrete barges that come up to the surface and rest on a 35ft bottom with a sloping drop-off. Interesting dive with various artifacts.

Lat/Lng data needed


Barracuda Rock

Region: Orote Peninsula

Depth: 0 to 60′

Visibility: 60 to 120′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Orote Point, 0-60′. A “mini” cave perfect for snorkeling and diving, and a tunnel under a huge coral head make this a very unusual dive. Rated very easy. Snorkeling and kayaking along the cliffs excellent.


Big Blue

Region: North

Depth: 30 to 130′

Visibility: 60 to 120′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Corals, Rays, Schools of Barracuda, Turtles and great visibility. This site is loaded with colorful hard corals and a variety of reef fishes.


Bile Bay

Region: South

Depth: 10 to 60′

Visibility: 30 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

A favorite southern dive site near Merizo. 10-60′, large caverns, a pod of spinner dolphins is almost always in the area, and a very easy dive for all. Perfect for snorkeling and kayaking.


Black Coral Kingdom

Region: South

Depth: 130 to 1′

Visibility: 100 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Tech

A deep upper reef /wall covered with sea whips, fans, schooling fish, black coral and sharks, tunnels, and caves. Extreme depths and currents make this site suitable for tech divers only.


Blue & White

Region: Central

Depth: 30 to 130’+

Visibility: 50 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

An extremely clear water drop-off outside Cabras Island. Upper reef flats start at 30′ with severe drop-off. Definite possibility of currents.


Blue Hole

Region: Orote Peninsula

Depth: 40 to 130’+

Visibility: 80 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced, Advanced +

Very unusual dive on a natural limestone plateau. A vertical shaft begins at 60′ with a large “window” opening at 125′. Drift dives possible. Must be an experienced Deep diver to “shoot the hole”. Great vis and the 30 to 60′ plateau make this a popular site for all divers.


Boulder Alley

Region: Orote Peninsula

Depth: 40 to 90′

Visibility: 5 to 70′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

This is a great night dive location. Drift along the cliff line between the Navy sea wall and Shark’s Pit. Large schools of pyramid butterfly fish

Missing details for this site but it appears in Google MyMaps.


Cabras Wall

Region: Central

Deep wall dive that can be accessed by shore (long snorkel) or preferably, by boat. Nurse sharks can usually be found under the overhanging wall at 130′ and deeper. Great tech dive site.

Missing details for this site but it appears in Google MyMaps.


Camel Rock

Region: Central

Depth: 30 to 130’+

Visibility: 50 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Asan, 30-130’+. Salvage area used to dump hundreds of WWII ammunition and artifacts. Very interesting historical dive. Leave it all there!


Cemetery Wall

Region: South

Depth: 5 to 60′

Visibility: 30 to 70′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Home to the Amtrak, this reef flat drops from 5 to 50′, where large reef and sand flat areas can be found. Popular for boat and beach divers alike.


Cetti Bay

Region: South

Depth: 40 to 90′

Normally a drift dive, possibility of currents. Visibility ranges from 30-80′. Sand channels, coral & lots of reef fish. Great site for macro photography.


Cocos East

Region: South

Depth: 30 to 130’+

Visibility: 60 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Also known as “Yellow Wall”, experienced divers can discover super clear waters, pelagics, & drift along Guam’s greatest walls.


Cocos West

Region: South

Depth: 30 to 120’+

Visibility: 70 to 100’+

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Often a drift dive. Gently sloping wall drops off dramatically at about 120′. Rays & sharks are common.


Coke Bottle Reef

Region: Central

Depth: 10 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Shallow reef flat along the break water. Many of the thousands of Coca Cola bottles left by the Seabees can still be found. Leave them behind!


Coral Gardens

Region: South

Depth: 5 to 45′

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Agat Bay, 5-45′. Beautiful coral formations and white, sandy crevices. Perfect for beginners and a superb photographers dive.


Crevice

Region: Orote Peninsula

Depth: 60 to 130’+

Visibility: 80 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced, Advanced +

Large “canyon” starting at 60′, visibility 100’+, Sea Fans along walls. Schools of barracuda and some sharks occasionally seen. Possibility of currents.


Double Reef

Region: North

Depth: 10 to 70′

Visibility: 60 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Northern dive site. 10-70′ coral reef with schooling fish, clear water, and great coral formations. Very easy for all divers & snorkelers.


Elephant Ear Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

A seamount rising to about 55′, this reef is located between Barge and Gab Gab2 reefs. True to its name, this reef is covered with Elephant Ear sponges


Fai Fai

Region: North

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Fai Fai beach.


Family Beach

Region: Apra Harbor

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Family beach


Finger Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 5 to 90′

Visibility: 30 to 75′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Apra Harbor, 5-90′. A really nice harbor reef dive for everyone. Sloping corals with many anemones and hundreds of fish. Perfect for diving and snorkeling.


Fish Bowl

Region: South

Depth: 5 to 45′

Visibility: 40 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Agat Bay, 5-45′. Beautiful coral formations and white, sandy crevices. Perfect for beginners and a superb photographers dive.


Fouha Bay

Region: South

Depth: 40 to 90′

Visibility: 40 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

North of Umatac Bay, features a reef flat that slopes from 40 to 90′. Remnants of a WW2 Japanese zero (engine block w/propeller), can be found at the 60 level. Very easy dive for all divers but requires long over-reef walk if not done from a boat.


Gab Gab I

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 5 to 90′

Visibility: 30 to 70′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Apra Harbor, 5-90′. A really nice harbor beach dive for everyone. Sloping corals with many anemones and hundreds of fish. Perfect for diving and snorkeling. Access through Navy Base Guam for shore divers


Gab Gab II

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 50 to 100′

Visibility: 30 to 75′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Apra Harbor, 50-100′ reef that’s home to the Atlantis Submarine. A chance to view the sub “from the outside”. Numerous corals, large jacks, nurse sharks and tons of fish.


Garden Eel Pits

Region: South

Depth: 40 to 100′

Visibility: 60 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

South of Anae Island, a wide sand channel drops from 40 to 100′. In addition to the many garden eels, the coral slopes and drop-offs are abundant with schools of small fish


Gun Beach

Region: North

Depth: 10 to 110′

Visibility: 50 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

North Tumon Bay, popular with beach and boat divers alike. Rich coral growth and an abundance of fish (within the Tumon Marine Preserve). Home to several turtles and frequented by Mantas. Depths from 10 to 120′


Hap’s Reef

Region: South

Depth: 25 to 65′

Visibility: 50 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Agat Bay, 25-65′, Super dive for all…great visibility and a fantastic primer for marine life! Covered by literally thousands of fish, the reef flat reaches up to 20 to 30′. Surounding reef and sand flats at 40 to 65′


Harley Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 10 to 60′

Visibility: 5 to 40′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Guam Harley-Davidson identified the motorcycle as a 1944/45 WLA Flathead. The Harley Davidson motorcycle rests in about 10′ with a sloping wall covered in coral. A great dive and unique photo op for Harley enthusiasts.


Hidden Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 40 to 90′

Visibility: 40 to 90′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Near the entrance of Apra Harbor, this is a beautiful reef located in Apra Harbor not normally visited by divers. A great variety of pristine corals with a gradually sloping wall to 120′. Vis usually 40-90′.


Hilton Wall

Region: North

Depth: 20 to 130′

Visibility: 60 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Sea Fans, Schools of Barracuda and great visibility. Sallow reef flats are loaded with colorful hard corals and a variety of reef fishes.


Hospital Point

Region: North

Depth: 30 to 100’+

Great coral growth and variety of reef fishes. This area is also known for regular manta and turtle sightings.


Hourglass Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 30 to 80′

Deeper reef found about 100 yards off Western Shoals. The coral here is in fantastic shape as this reef is not visited often by divers.


Jade Shoals

Region: Apra Harbor

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Shallow Reef in Apra Harbor. Tons of soft corals and numerous reef fish.


Kitsugawa Maru

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 65 to 140′

Visibility: 15 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Advanced +

Apra Harbor, 65-140′ freighter sunk July 44′ sitting upright on bottom. Large bow gun. Vis 15-60′. Wreck is 80% intact. Masts begin at 60′. Must be Advanced Certified with Deep experience to enjoy this boat dive.


Luminao Reef

Region: Central

Depth: 40 to 120’+

Visibility: 5 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

A wide variety of reef fish can be viewed at Luminao Reef, as well as passing pelagic species, such as tuna and barracuda. Visibility is usually quite clear here – a great boat drift dive.


Lunar Scape

Region: Central

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

North end of Luminoa Reef. This is a popular reef dive by boat as it is common to see big pelagic fish and occasional sharks. Best done as a drift dive. Sharks and rays are often seen here, as are turtles and numerous reef fish. Stay neutrally buoyant and ride the currents!


Mystery Wreck

Region: Apra Harbor

Sunken fishing boat lies in 130′ of water. Probably sank during Typhoon Paka, in 1997.


Napoleon Cut

Region: North

Depth: 10 to 130′

Visibility: 60 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Northern reef from 10-130′ Sloping wall with sand channels, overhangs, and small sharks, cuda’s, and unusual rock formations. Named for the occasional Napoleon Wrasse that may be seen here.


Nathan’s Dent

Region: South

Depth: 30 to 80′

Visibility: 40 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

A great site just south of Facpi. 30-80′ sand flats, small caves, coral islands. Very easy dive for all. Scorpion fish, shells, lionfish.


Nichiyu Maru

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: to 90′

Located under a secure fuel pier, there is limited access to this WW2 wreck site. depths to 90′, with very limited visibility


Northern Caves

Region: North

Depth: 0 to 60′

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

South of Haputo Beach, an entrance at 25′ that goes into a large opening in the cliff line with a exit point at the surface (no light needed). Easy for all divers.


Octopus Reef

Region: North

Depth: 15 to 110′

Visibility: 60 to 120′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

North site near Uruno point, 15-110′. Lots of surge channels with vertical walls, tunnels, and steep Amphitheatre-like slope. Numerous octopus, large wrasses and parrotfish, and super clear water.


Old Wives Beach

Region: South

Old wives beach


Outhouse Beach / Apra Beach

Region: Apra Harbor

Visibility: 3 to 35′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

A popular training site for beginner dive classes. A wide variety of fish frequent this location. It is also a great night dive for divers of all levels. It is common to see Green Sea Turtles, Stingrays, and Eagle Rays. Night divers are more likely to see eels, octopus, and nudibranchs.


Palace Wall

Region: North

Depth: 30 to 130’+

Visibility: 40 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced, Advanced +

Near the Sheridan Hotel (Formally named “The Palace”), this wall is a favorite for deep and extended range tech divers. Shallow reef flats suitable for all divers. Occasional Pelagics & Mantas are seen


Pati Point

Region: North

Depth: 30 to 120′

Visibility: 80 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Tech

Drift dive with possibility of high currents and moderate to rough seas. Barracuda, sharks, large pelagic fish, corals. Features a large cavern at 115′. This is an exciting dive for experienced divers!


Pete’s Reef

Region: South

Depth: 20 to 70′

Visibility: 60 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Very Popular site on the northern side of Facpi Point. Find a large Magnificent Anemone along the sand channel in about 45′ of water. This is a great drift dive along the sloping coral wall.


Pete’s West

Region: South

Visibility: 5 to 45′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Western end of Facpi Point, this site has a healthy coral growth and is home to numerous reef fish. Only done by boat and usually as a drift dive


Piti Bomb Holes

Region: Central

Depth: 5 to 35′

Visibility: 30 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Home to the Fish Eye u/w observatory, this popular beach site is home to an abundance of juvenile reef fishes as well as several anenome beds and numerous hard and soft corals. Great for snorkelers’ and divers of all levels.


Seabee Junkyard

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 35 to 140′

Visibility: 20 to 40′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Apra Harbor, 35-140′ plateau on breakwater with many bulldozers and other construction equipment left by the Seabees when they finished building the breakwater. Also has small harbor transfer ship on bottom at 130. Vis usually 20-40′.


Piti Channel

Region: Central

Depth: 5 to 40′

Visibility: 30 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

An all-time favorite for Photographers (especially at night), this beach dive features a vast variety of life and macro – shot opportunities.


Piti Stingrays

Region: Central

Depth: 5 to 60′

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Straight out from Fish Eye, this sight features large sand pits that are frequented by rays and nurse sharks. Coral formations and nearby wall for all levels of diving.


Ritidian Point

Region: North

Depth: 10 to 130′

Visibility: 80 to 120′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

sloping reef (10-130′) on the NW corner of Guam. Drift dive with possibility of high currents. Barracuda, sharks, large pelagic fish, sea whips & hard corals. A great dive!


RMS Scotia

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 25 to 45′

Visibility: 5 to 75′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Sank on March 11, 1904. Depth 25 – 45′ The Scotia was a record-setting cruise liner for the Cunard lines before being converted to a cable layer. Shallow dive that is prone to surge when northern swells come in. Super clear water and a great dive when the seas are calm


Ron’s Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Usually done as a drift dive, starting at “First Beach”, then due west out of the harbor. Only accessible by boat, and divers must be very aware of boats transiting overhead.


Scuba Beach

Region: Apra Harbor

Scuba Beach features a wide variety of coral with several sand flats that make it ideal for diver training. Entry can be by boat or via a stairway built into the artificial shoreline. Depths range from standing depth to 100+ feet. A wide variety of coral and fish enjoy the sheltered habitat along the sloping reef. Damsels, angels, butterfly, parrotfish, and wrasse are common. Turtles are seen on most dives.


Scuba Cut

Region: North

Depth: 5 to 80′

Visibility: 60 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Drift dive with possibility of high currents and surge. Schools of parrot fish, sharks, large pelagic fish, and some of Guam’s most pristine corals. A great dive!


Sella Bay

Region: South

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Beautiful bay in southern Guam. Great as a snorkel dive from the boat. Check out the Spanish bridge that is visible from the water. Rain will cause this site to have poor visibility for diving


Sharks Pit

Region: Orote Peninsula

Depth: 20 to 130’+

Visibility: 80 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced, Advanced +

Very unusual dive located along Orote Peninsula with many artifacts from WWII. One of the few sites on Guam with sea fans at 40′. Super visibility.


SMS Cormoran

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 80 to 130′

Visibility: 20 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

German merchant raider sitting alongside the Tokai at 80 to 130′. (Touch both wrecks at 95′) Very interesting dive for experienced divers only. Visibility 20-60′.


Spanish Steps

Region: Orote Peninsula

Depth: 20 to 100′

Visibility: 5 to 55′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

A great snorkel site by shore, this dive is almost always done by boat and usually as a drift dive starting within the cove and then following the currents either to the north or south. Super clear water and home to schooling bait fish and small squid. Check out the carpet anemone in about 60′


Sponge Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 35 to 55′

Visibility: 5 to 50′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

This reef rises to about 35′ and is covered with sponges and an abundance of coral. Located close to Victor pier, it is seldom visited by divers


Stingray City

Region: South

Depth: 60 to 100′

Visibility: 5 to 65′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Deep sand flat (60-100′} is often frequented by stingrays. Many divers have also reported garden eel sightings in the deeper sand areas


Surprise Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 35 to 120′

Visibility: 5 to 45′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Pristine coral can be found on this sea mount that is due west from San Luis beach. Several great anemone beds and numerous reef fish


Tarzan Cave

Region: South

Depth: 30 to 60′

Visibility: 60 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Accessible from shore (long swim), this is a popular snorkel and dive site. An old crane, pipes and other wreckage can be found, this site is home to several turtles.


The Pinnacle

Region: North

Depth: 120 to 200’+

Visibility: 80 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Tech

Deep water reef with top at 120′. School of Barracuda, large fish, occasional sharks and rays, sea fans on both ends. Currents. This is a very advanced dive and requires an experienced deep or tech certified diver.


The Tunnel

Region: North

Depth: 15 to 60′

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Northern coral reef extending out from cliff line. Schooling fish, clear water, and great coral formations. A natural opening in the reef that starts at 35′ and exits at 45′. Caverns and sand channels abound in the area.


The Wall

Region: Orote Peninsula

Depth: 40 to 130’+

Visibility: 80 to 150′

Skill Level(s): Advanced, Advanced +

40-130′ + This site has the steepest knife-edge wall that we’ve seen on Guam. Normally a drift dive, the wall is spotted with fans and small soft corals that can be viewed by divers with deep experience. Moderate depts along the cliffline (35 – 65′) suitable for all divers.


Tokai Maru

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 40 to 120′

Visibility: 20 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Advanced

Apra Harbor, 40-120′. WWII Japanese long range freighter that’s popular for advanced and wreck certified divers. Visibility 20-60′ but can be cut to zero if the silt is kicked-up. She sits on a port list in the harbor and is adjacent to the Cormorran.


Tumon Bay

Region: North

Depth: 50 to 130′

Great diversity of coral, schools of reef fish, turtles & rays. Nice 60-100ft visibility. Loaded with colorful hard corals and a variety of reef fish.


Turtle Rock

Region: South

Depth: 40 to 60′

Visibility: 5 to 55′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Frequented by shore divers, but is better accessed by boat. Steep drop-off down to 85′ along the rock island. Named for its turtle-like shape, this site is also home to numerous sea turtles


Umatac Zero

Region: South

Skill Level(s): Beginner

The Japanese Zero plane broke apart during a typhoon in 1997. Parts of the fuselage and also the engine block and propeller can be found in a small ravine in about 50′ Nice drift dive by boat.


Val Bomber

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 25 to 100′

Visibility: 35 to 60′

Skill Level(s): Beginner, Advanced

Apra Harbor, 25-100′. Japanese Val bomber sits in 85′ laying against side of reef. There are also numerous barges in shallow water that can be explored on the same dive.


Vecki Reef

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 15 to 130’+

Visibility: 40 to 80′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Dive near the mouth of the harbor at this beautiful reef. Slopes from shallow reef flat down to 130+ Very easy and great visibility for all divers.


Western Shoals

Region: Apra Harbor

Depth: 10 to 90′

Visibility: 30 to 100′

Skill Level(s): Beginner

Apra Harbor, 10 – 90′ Sloping reef with a large variety of corals and thousands of fish. Very easy dive for all.