Whether you’re looking for walls, planes, shipwrecks or a simple reef dive, Guam has some of the most diverse dive sites in the world. Add in an average year-round water temperature of 84º, and you’ve got a diver’s paradise!
We are avid divers and get to travel all over our region, an area most divers consider world class. We can tell you that Guam diving is really unique in our region. Among the most popular sites are Blue Hole, Crevice, Coral Gardens, Haps Reef, Pete's Reef, Barracuda Rock and the twin shipwrecks of the Tokai Maru and the SMS Cormoran.
We have more than 60 dive sites, more than 200 species of coral and an abundance of marine life at most locations. We also have a very good variety of beach diving sites, most with very easy entries and exits. Visibility is generally from 30-60' in most harbor sites and outside the reef can range from 100-150' (barring inclement weather).
With a few exceptions, diving on Guam is very easy. Our seas are calm 90-95% of the year, and most dive sites are within an easy 10-20 minute ride by boat. A beautiful reef, perfect for diving and snorkeling, lies directly across the street from our shop in Piti.
Our rainy season, if we have one, is generally from September to December. This means that we have combinations of rain and sun throughout the day. The calmest months of the year are April - August.
We offer some of the most economical diving and dive training anywhere in the world.
Also, join in free guided beach dives on the weekends!