Located on the Northwest corner of Guam (about 50 minutes from Hagatna Boat Basin), Ritidian point is one of Guam's most popular drift dive locations for experienced divers.
The reef starts shallow and extends to a depth of about 120 feet, where an abundance of sea whips are found. The upper reef flats are cut with several sand channels running perpendicular to shore. Large pelagics can be found here along with clams, corals and invertebrates.
While the cut reveals large animals, the reef flats are dotted with clams, corals and invertebrates.
Although much of this dive can be enjoyed at shallow depths, the tendency for strong winds and currents give this site an "advanced" rating. The most northern areas of this site can get quite rough when the wind picks up.