Joseph Flores Beach
The most popular and largest beach on Guam, Joseph Flores Beach Park
offers pavilions and tables for barbequing, a large amphitheater
for concerts, a large community pavilion for holding community
events, and boasts the largest park area per square feet on the
island. Located in the heart of Tumon, it makes up the
southern most point of Tumon Bay, and is easily accessible
Mata'pang Beach Park
Located in the central part of Tumon Bay right behind the smaller of the
only two police stations in Tumon, Mata'pang Beach is a great
swimming area for
tourists because of its soft, sandy bottom.
It is one of two beach parks in Tumon with pavilions and tables
available to the public, and is also the second most easily
accessible beach area if your traveling by car.
Located just north of Tumon Bay but secluded from the hustle and
bustle of the city lifestyle of Tumon, Faifa'i Beach is a
wonderful place for tourists to get away from it all. Access
to Faifa'i Beach requires a short 5 to 10 minute hike along Gun
Beach and around a small trail that goes around a cliff.
While at Faifa'i Beach be sure to check out Faifa'i Beach Resort
and maybe rent some kayaks or snorkeling gear.
Step back into time and experience the natural,
unspoiled beauty of Guam at Ritidian Beach! Located on the
northern most point of Guam, the drive to Ritidian Beach is very
desolate and secluded. Most of the area in this portion of
Guam is uninhabited and the only reason locals and tourists would
travel here is to relax on the beach. Be sure to bring lots
of water and sun block if your planning a day at Ritidian Beach!