Cocos Island is located just three miles off the southern shore of Merizo Village. Measuring approximately 1 mile long by 100 yards wide, the islet is the largest of Guam’s reef islands.
Surrounded by sparkling turquoise waters, the resort is accessible by a short ferry ride. The destination is a popular spot for windsurfing, para-sailing, jet skiing, snorkeling and picnicking.
Quiet woodsy trails thread throughout and offer excellent bird watching. Additionally, as Guam was a provisioning stop during the Age of the Galleons, this area is also a Spanish galleon wreck site with underwater archaeological recovery efforts underway since 1998.