Piti Bomb Holes

Piti Bomb Holes is a popular dive site located in Guam, known for its unique underwater landscape created by bomb craters from World War II. This dive offers a mix of shallow and deep areas, making it suitable for divers of all levels. The crystal-clear waters provide excellent visibility, allowing divers to explore the vibrant coral reefs and encounter a variety of marine life, including colorful tropical fish, turtles, and even reef sharks. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, Piti Bomb Holes is a must-visit dive site in Guam.

Piti Bomb Holes

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Pacific Ocean
Type of water
Type of dive
Wetsuit Thickness
7 mm
Visibility (avg)
7.2 m
Air Temperature (avg)
5.6 ºC
Water Temp. (avg)
15.5 ºC
Maximum depth (avg)
12 m
Dive time (avg)
50 mins

Month-to-month statistics at Piti Bomb Holes

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