Water parks on Guam offer diverse activities as swimming pools, water slides, swim through aquariums, kayaking canals, water zoos, scuba and wind surfing, water aerobics and more. The largest and most extensive of the water parks are located at the Pacific Islands Club and Onward Beach Resort. Both of these parks offer an extensive variety of water activities, a number of restaurants and live entertainment.
The Pacific water parkIslands Club has a windsurfing pool sufficiently large to allow would-be wind surfers to learn the basics from trained instructors before hitting the ocean. Somewhat smaller than the Pacific Islands Club or Onward water parks, Tarza is conveniently located in upper Tumon behind the Guam Plaza Hotel overlooking Tumon Bay .
ParasailingBeach clubs offer various activities on Tumon and Hagatna Bays such as wind surfing, kayaking, paddleboats, jet skiing and parasailing. The Pacific Islands Club and Onward hotels offer beach club services as well as their water parks. The Alupang Beach Club is located next to the Alupang Beach jet skiTower on Hagatna bay with full selection of activities. The Ocean Jet Club is located just south of Alupang Beach Tower on Hagatna Bay .
Activities vary among the various parks and clubs. Cocos islandCocos Island is a small 100-acre island located approximately 2 miles off the Southern tip of Guam, surrounded by a vast barrier reef and blessed with good beaches and turquoise lagoons. Cocos Island has recently gained international notoriety as the site of a major Spanish treasure galleon wreck with billions of dollars worth of treasure that has yet to be recovered. Cocos Island Resort offers water sports activities such as diving, jet skiing, windsurfing and parasailing. The club house has windsurfingfull facilities including restaurant, bar and swimming pools. Cocos Sailing Center offers windsurfing tours and lessons.
The Cocos wall is a popular scuba dive spot. Dives can be arranged through one on Guam ‘s many dive operators. Although Cocos Island is mostly privately owned, Dano Park on the West Side of the island is part of the territorial park system, has picnic and camping facilities and is open to the public.
There are no commercial accommodations on Cocos, so plan on staying on the main island of Guam . To get to the park, you must either hike over from the resort dock or arrange for a private boat. While somewhat off the beaten track, Cocos island offers many attractions for those who make the effort to visit.