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Watersports have been a staple recreation on Guam since the first Chamorro seafarers settled the island thousands of years ago. Today Guam's watersport facilities are one of its biggest tourist attractions. Most major hotels operate their own marine centers and several companies offer a wide range of marine sports and beach activities located within or close to the Tumon tourist area. Two watersport resorts, Cocos Island and Star Sand are also located at either end of the island away from major urban and tourist areas.

Parasailing, banana boating and jet skiing, windsurfing, sailing, snorkelling and sea kayaking are among the most popular watersport activities. Beach facilities also include an array of water 'toys' including water tricycles, water beetles, pedal boats, water skates and floatation mattresses. They also offer beach volleyball courts, bungee trampolines, lounge chairs, beach umbrellas and food and beverage facilities - everything anyone could ever want for a fun day at the beach.

Tour operators offer a variety of day and half-day packages combing a choice of watersport activities and lunch. There are also special programmes for children, as well as several dive, dolphin watching, fishing and watersport combo tours.

Guam also boasts three large waterparks providing fun for all ages. Tarza, located in the heart of the Tumon area, is Guam's vast waterslide complex. Onward Water Park features a flowing river, rubber rings, waterslides, pools and water games. Pacific Islands Club's 10 acre waterpark is a landscaped wonder of waterfalls, lagoon and winding river, game pools, a lap pool and a 240,000 gallon swim - thru aquarium where guests can snorkel among some 1200 tropical fish of 65 different species.

Fish Eye Marine Park and Guam Seawalker Tours also offer underwater experiences of the 'fishy' kind in a controlled environment in the sheltered waters of Piti lagoon.


Watersport facilities

Cocos Island
E-mail: cocos@ite.net

E-mail: wstco@ite.com

Onward Waterpark

Pacific Islands Club

Fish Eye Marine Park

Guam Seawalker Tours