Guam Waterfalls are about as undeveloped and as adventurous as they come. Situated in the Marianas Island Chain east of the Philippines in a region informally known as Micronesia, this is the largest island of that chain so it makes sense that such an island would harbor waterfalls.
That said, there seemed to be a different mentality when it came to visiting waterfalls on this island, and that has to do with the desire to keep the waterfalls in remote wilderness places that require “boonie stomps”, which is basically going on difficult trekking adventures that involve tramping through mud, swordgrass, mountain ridges, steep slopes, and slippery stream beds.
With the exception of just one waterfall that was privately owned and developed, you’ll have to earn your waterfall sightings, and I’ve got the cuts and bruises to show for it.
Indeed, you’re not likely going to get to all the waterfalls in a single trip, but I’m certainly keen to come back and get to the rest of the best of this island. In the meantime, have a look below and see my humbling sampling of the Guam Waterfalls that I’ve personally visited so far…
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