With some 900 species found in our waters, Guam's reefs harbor more fish than any other location in the United States, and the Fish Eye Marine Park - Guam's first and only underwater observatory - is a perfect place to view many of the species that call Guam home.
It's an attraction that some 200,000 people visit every year.
Guests can view all that Guam has to offer while staying cool and dry in the comforts of the Observatory, using its windows to the underwater world.
Because the area is a designated one of Guam's Marine Preserves, many species are attracted to this area of plentiful food, making it a popular breeding ground when schools of fish congregate safely.
The Marine Park was built with a goal to become an island resource for marine study for schools and youth organizations, and a place where the world can observe and appreciate underwater life.
To Show, Preserve, Educate and Promote is the Fish Eye Marine Park's mission.