On an island surrounded by water, Guam can be as much fun at sea as it is on dry land.
Fishing is as popular now as it was in the old days, when Guam's ancestors were fishing for a living. Through cultural tours, visitors to Guam can learn all about the various types of net fishing such as the throw net or gill net. Those who prefer a more hands-on experience can do trolling or bottom fishing, available from an array of fishing companies.
Guam's charters offer yearlong sea game of mahi mahi, tuna, wahoo and sailfish within minutes after leaving the dock. Customers need only arrive with a towel, some sunblock and the faith that they will strike.
Join boat captains who are familiar with Guam's waters and know exactly where the fish are biting. Learn more about the mechanics of fishing, Guam's sea conditions, and the nature of the fish that live in our waters.
Many boat charters offer a choice or combination of fishing, historical sightseeing, dolphin watching and more.
Treat yourself to an ocean view of Cetti Bay (otherwise only available via a mountainous hike), or the Spanish Bridge at Sella Bay. There's also Fouha Rock, home to the creation legend of Guam.
If it's free diving or snorkeling you want, Guam's captains will take you to the calmest spots with the best underwater views.