Guam’s waters are not limited to just the beaches, but are also part of the land, with cascading waterfalls. While some waterfall sites such as Talofofo Falls have been developed for visitors, the vast majority of the island’s natural waterfalls are very much in the pristine condition today as they were when the Ancient Chamorro people inhabited the island. Set aside some time to explore Guam’s natural spaces and learn about the island’s culture and wildlife.
Ranked as Guam’s best waterfall, Tarzan Falls is a natural waterfall that makes for an easy half-day activity. The trail along the fall can be quite muddy and tricky to navigate after the rain, but the panoramic view of the falls from the bottom of the trail is worth the effort. Another one is the Priests Pool, which is the site of eight cascading falls. It’s an easy walk to reach the top pool, although climbing down to explore all of the pools will require some aide for little ones. Hidden away in the greenery of Central Guam are two more, the San Carlos Falls and Swim Hole. The hike is a bit stiff and may need supervision, especially for amateurs.
PC: Guam Pacific Daily News