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Amphitheater

Located on the ocean side of Cabras island, the Amphitheater features a large rounded and layered area in the reef that resembles an underwater amphitheater. Sharks, tuna, turtles and baracuda are commonly seen here. The terrain drops from 60 feet to more that 120 feet in the outer reef areas. Read more…

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Anae Caverns

A short ride from the Agat Marina lies Anae Caverns. “Penetrating” the cavern doesn’t require any special certification as the exit can clearly be seen from the entrance, but please use caution anytime you’re entering an overhead environment. The cavern is fairly wide, however, divers should use caution, only entering Read more…

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Bile Bay

Bile Bay (pronounced Billy) has been a popular divesite for years. It features an easy beach entry, shallow depths, and calm waters. The easiest beach entry is on the eastern end of the bay, where a channel runs out to the reef. Heading north . on route 4, you will Read more…

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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…