You'll need a car or taxi ride to reach this, the northernmost point of Guam, some 12 miles north of Tumon Bay. Protected within the Guam National Wildlife Refuge, it's the only part of the reserve open to the public, and the least-visited area of the island. But your reward for making it this far is the one thing that Tumon Beach cannot offer you: a gorgeous white beach largely devoid of other tourists—you may even have the sea and sand to yourself. The water here is great for swimming, but exercise caution: because the point is more exposed than Tumon, there may be strong currents. Less confident swimmers should stick to the shallows.
Hwy. 3A, Agana, Guam