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Like most places on Guam, you want to bring all your belongings with you as to not have them stolen/windows smashed.
The hike down has been slightly overgrown but we didn't get lost once. We noticed some tour groups, but you definitely don't need to...More
It is best to go here in a group. Make sure to bring a headlight because the cave is very dark. When you get there be careful where you put your bag because there are a lot of cockroaches. It is best to bring a...More
The along the road shows signs that cars have been broken into (broken glass), so leave your valuables at home or take them with you for the hike. The first half is a small easy trail through the jungle. Then it becomes more difficult as...More
The hold to pagat cave isn't too difficult at all. The hike back might be a little tiresome if you're easily winded. However, the trail takes you into the jungle, but don't worry, the trail is fairly easy to follow. The cave is beautiful. It's...More
The hike is not for the faint of heart. It is very steep and rugged! You must have on good shoes. Make sure to bring water shoes, a flashlight and a swimsuit for when you get to the cave. Make sure you finish the hike...More
It is a fairly easy hike until you start heading to the cliffs and then it gets a little more difficult. Follow the mark trail and you will be fine. It was a gorgeous view and worth the hike to get there. It is not...More
Ok first off it is a hike and it's not easy. Wear good shoes and be ready to hike down and have some super uneven footing. My wife and wore our strap on sandals but they are really good ones we hike in often.
This hike was challenging but, oh so rewarding. The most Beautiful view I've seen. Bring water, wet shoes and flashlights for the cave. If I our hike further up from the cave you will see the overlook. Natives go cliff diving here from the lowest...More
Trailhead is fairly easy to find along the "back road", arterial road taking you along Guam's eastern side. Hike itself is moderately difficult. Bring a flashlight and wear swimsuit if you plan on exploring cave.