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Dive sites nearby

Tarzan Cave

Accessible from shore only with access via Navy Base Guam, 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.

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Sharks Pit

Very unusual dive located along Orote Peninsula with many artifacts from WWII. One of the few sites on Guam with sea fans at 40 feet. A pinnacle rises from 100 to 12 feet, and is a great macro site.

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Boulder Alley

This is a great night dive location with super-clear water. Drift along the cliff line between the Navy sea wall and Shark’s Pit. Large schools of pyramid butterfly fish can be seen, along with the occasional Pelagic

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Hap’s Reef

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’. Surrounding reef and sand flats at 40 to 65’

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Barracuda Rock - Guam

This dive site is very popular for our local and visiting divers. Located along the Orote peninsula, an occasional barracuda is seen here, but not as frequent as in the past. Depths range from the very shallow to an average depth of 45’ to over 100’, with an average of about 45’.

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Crevice

Large “canyon“ starting at 60’, visibility 100’+, with Sea Fans along the walls. Schools of barracuda and some sharks are occasionally seen. Accessible by boat only with a possibility of currents. This shallow plateau is suitable for all divers, and extended range divers will love the deep wall.

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Amtrak

Located just off the Agat Cemetery, the Amtrak is a old WWII personnel carrier at 50’ with a colorful surrounding reef. the surrounding reef and sand flats make this a very interesting dive.Popular for boat and beach divers alike.

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Gab Gab 1

Located off Gab Gab Beach, this shore dive can only be accessed via the Navy Base in Guam. This popular training site is easy for divers of all levels. A variety of coral and tons of fish live here. The outer reef is accessible by boat for divers without military access privileges.

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Blue Hole - Guam

Blue Hole is a very unusual dive on a natural limestone plateau. A vertical shaft begins at 60’ with a large “window“ opening at 125’. Drift dives are possible. You 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.

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Gab Gab 2

Gab Gab 2 is just north of the dive site Gab Gab 1. There is a floating bouy that can be seen just 100 yards offshore. Start your dive here by descending on the mooring line, then swim north at 30 degrees. You will see lots of colorful coral, large jacks, nurse sharks, and tons of reef fish.

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