Sigua Falls

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  • Address: Yona, Guam
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Tags: Hiking Trail, Family And Kids

The Sigua Falls can be your next best holiday destination, which is now rapidly gaining the public eyes as one of the most popular hiking destinations in Yona, Guam. With very clear trails and some rope descending, your way to the falls is an adventurous activity that pulls in global thrill-seekers. It’s better to seek professional guidance if you are a beginner. The public trail head is just outside Leo Palace. Also, remember the following facts

  • Weather is very cloudy after heavy rain.
  • Trail can be slippery

Remember, most of the hike to the Sigua Falls requires you to be on the leveled ground.

How to Reach Sigua Falls

  • Rented car / Taxi

  • Sigua Falls Address: Yona, Guam
  • Sigua Falls Timing: 24-hrs
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Sigua Falls Reviews & Ratings

  • Challenging hike down to a secluded waterfall, includes an old rusted out tank on the way. Loved it. *DONT PARK IN THE RESORT: if you go into the resort up there, they are keeping track of cars and they will issue you a citation for parking there and hiking. The security guard was nice enough about it but apparently they are tightening security about parking on resort property.

  • Underestimated this hike for sure! It was a great swimming hole and beautiful waterfall, but like others said the hike is difficult. Bring plenty of water and be sure you wear good shoes (no flip flops or sandals!)

  • Loved this hike! Really wide open views to a beautiful waterfall. I would say put on sunblock and don’t go if it’s raining.

  • So beautiful, long hike but worth it!

  • Great hike with some of everything. Gets very steep and pretty hard the last 15 minutes, ropes are there for a reason! Nice falls with pool you can swim in. Rain makes mud and increases difficulty for sure! A hint -- about 30 minutes in, use the towers on the hill to the right above you as a landmark, and just left and below, you'll see the tank that's your landmark for the trail transition. Have fun!

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