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Dive sites nearby

Camel Rock

Asan, 30-130’+. Salvage area used to dump hundreds of WWII ammunition and artifacts. Very interesting historical dive. The steep drop off is host to numerous sea fans

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Piti Bomb Holes

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 anemone beds and numerous hard and soft corals. Great for snorkelers’ and divers of all levels.

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Agana Bay

Beautiful reef located in front of the AMT Beach House dive shop. Loaded with hard and soft corals with an abundance of reef fish. Only done by boat, it’s a great drift dive!

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Amphitheater

Cabras Island, 30-130’+ (Boat Dive Only). Natural curvature in drop-off with an abundance of deep water corals and marine life. Vis up to 200’ makes this popular with photographers. All Divers can enjoy the shallow reef, with very advanced to Tech divers only on the deeper walls.

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Alupat Island

Just off Alupat Island, numerous Hard and soft corals with am abundance of reef fish. Great visibility and an occasional Manta Ray.this is an excellent night dive location and is always done by boat.

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Palace Wall

Near the Sheridan Hotel (Formally named “The Palace Hotel“), this wall is a favorite for deep and extended range tech divers. Shallow reef flats suitable for all divers. Occasional Pelagics & Mantas are seen. Can be done from shore with a long walk and snorkel. Best in the summer months when the seas are calm

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Lunar Scape

North end of Luminao Reef. Popular reef dive by boat as it is common to see big pelagic fish and occasional sharks. Best done as a drift dive and always from a boat.

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Tokai Maru, wreck

The Tokai Maru was sunk via torpedo by the U.S. submarine, Snapper on August 27th, 1943 and is now resting at the bottom of Apra Harbor in 130’ of water. Sitting alongside the Coromoran (scuttled at the beginning of WWI), this is a unique wreck site.

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SMS Cormoran, wreck

The WWI wreck, SMS Cormoran lies in 130 feet of water on her starboard side, adjacent to the Tokai Maru (which sunk in 1943). ​This is a very unique wreck diving site as it is the only dive site in the world where you can dive wrecks from both World Wars in a single dive.

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Luminao Reef

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

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