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Fai Fai Beach combines powdery white sand, azure water, and dramatic cliffs in one memorable package. Unlike at many of Guam's other beaches, here you won't see touts offering kayaks for rent or other water activities, but will instead be able to relax and enjoy the pristine natural scenery at your own leisure. Bring thick-soled, water-appropriate footwear to protect against the rocky sea floor, and pack plenty of water and snacks to last the day. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Fai Fai Beach by using our Tumon trip itinerary builder.
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This is a gorgeous beach, even though it's a bit difficult to access with the destroyed bridge from Gun Beach. You can easily wade across though as the water is about waist deep, at most. This beach..... more
This is a gorgeous beach, even though it's a bit difficult to access with the destroyed bridge from Gun Beach. You can easily wade across though as the water is about waist deep, at most. This beach..... more »
This is a wonderful little respite and a great beach. You can rent snorkel or paddle equipment or just hang out on the swings or hammocks. They've got a nice shaded area with tables to eat, and the...
This is a wonderful little respite and a great beach. You can rent snorkel or paddle equipment or just hang out on the swings or hammocks. They've got a nice shaded area with tables to eat, and the... more »
Parked behind hotel Nikko and hiked about 20 ish minutes to reach Faifai beach via access thru Gun Beach. It was low tide so perfect to walk thru alongside the cliff where gun beach is and being water shoes! The trail that supposedly goes around and alongside the cliff side of gun beach ends up where there used to be planks that you could walk across to get to the point of access to faifai but doesn’t exist anymore as seen in picture Pretty secluded beach and we had it all to ourselves which was awesome! Great place to snorkel even in low tide and I was able to get out past the reef
We took the trail from Gun Beach to reach there. Part of the bridge that leads to the beach is washed down by the ocean. So we had to get in the water and carefully traverse the slippery rocks. It requires careful navigation and can be dangerous if there is a strong current. But it was worth it. You will be rewarded with a majestic view of the beach. However, the beach was crowded, not by humans but with an army of shy crabs. Best time to go there is in the morning while the sun is on the other side. The most picturesque time of the day is sunset but walking in dim light might not be for the faint of heart.
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