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Blue Hole

The Blue Hole, one of Guam’s most popular divesites, is a natural shaft extending down into the reef. Soft and hard corals, sea whips, fish and eels can be seen inside the shaft. The upper reef is at about 60 feet. From there, the shaft drops to 300+ feet. Gliding Read more…

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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…

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Coral Gardens

This reef is a great shallow dive. Beautiful coraI formations and white, sandy crevices provide habitats for a large variety of fish and invertebrates. Corals of all shapes, sizes and colors dot the reef, making the site a great place for underwater photography . Clams, anemones and various crustaceans can Read more…

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Crevice

The Crevice is a deep canyon off Orote Point, at the mouth of which lies a large boulder which was once part of the cliffline Both walls of the crevice hold numerous sea fans and whips. Large pelagic fish can be seen swimming through the crevice in search of food. Read more…