Tamuning-Tumon-Harmon Village, Guam

(57 reviews)

Average on surface: 30ºC

Average on bottom: 29ºC

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Average depth: 22.93m

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shark eels turtle octopus

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Surface swam to buoy for Gab Gab 2 dove to about 40 feet swam north on 360 heading an made the reef. First thing we saw was the sea turtle sitting on top of the wreath with about a 3 to 4 foot shell. Numerous fish feeders in the area for a tourist sub tons of fish saw a 10 to 15 foot nurse shark, a titan triggerfish and schools of large spade fish to name a few. Lots of fish in the area due to the theaters excellent place to dive.

Super dive on a beautiful coral slope. Terrassing corals with stalagmites on top. Loads of Sergeant Majors, Moorish Idols, Long-nosed Butterflyfish, Regal Angelfish, Dusky Anemonefish, a baby lionfish, lots of damsels, etc.

Best service ever. Short notice. Booked from the Hilton and transported over to the Westin. Guides kayaked us out into the ocean beyond the reef and we geared up in the water and dove. Saw dozens of species of fish, sea cucumbers, and giant turtles.

We ended up drifting north with the current and there were some very interesting rocks at the bottom around 50'. Had some cool cave-like features and some underhangs you could swim under. I enjoyed this dive and would go back in a heartbeat.

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