Guam Dive Flag

Asan Cut

Entry and exit can be difficult when diving Asan Cut from shore, it is recommended that divers unfamiliar with this site only attempt a dive here with a buddy experienced with this location. Either way this dive should not be attempted during a tide change or when surface waves are Read more…

Guam Dive Flag

Camel Rock

Camel Rock was named for its resemblance to a camel swimming through the ocean. This relatively flat reef area is part of a much larger area around Camel Rock that was used as a dumping ground after World War II. There are thousands of pounds of ordnance littering the bottom, Read more…

Guam Dive Flag

Napoleon Cut

Off the west coast of Ritidian, Guam’s northernmost point, Napoleon Cut offers some of the least disturbed life on the island. An abundance of reef fish, clams, octopi, sharks and turtles can be found in this area, as well as large Napoleon Wrasses and other big fish. Several sand channels Read more…