Embark on a tropical journey to these Guam waterfalls — which showcase the island’s remarkable natural beauty and will leave you in awe. Here are 5 waterfalls on Guam that are worth the hike.
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If you’re visiting Guam and want to see the island in ways you can only see with a hike check out some of the spots on our list. Make sure you come prepared with water, sunscreen and some mosquito repellant. It might be worth wearing longer pants to avoid scrapes and cuts from the sword grass on some of your hikes. Read all of our tips for safe hiking on Guam.
The higher the climb, the better the view and the better the jump. There are few things in this world as simple and exciting as leaping off a jagged rock, soaring through the air, and plunging into a cool pool below. When you jump, you feel just like a kid again, whose biggest worry is making the biggest splash.
Ritidian Point may be famed for its powdery, white sand and jeweled waters, but beyond the splendors of its shoreline lies much to see. The beach itself is just the ornamental fringe of the 1,203-acre Guam National Wildlife Refuge, home of Marianas fruit bats, crows, and tree snails, plus significant remnants of ancient Chamorro culture.
The Chamorro village of Pagat existed on the shelf overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Evidence to date indicates the site was occupied from before Christ to sometime after 1700. There are few artifacts of the early Chamorro village that existed there. We were “stomping” to the caves simply to explore and take a refreshing dip in the pools.