Off route 16, there is a trail head for Tarzan Falls. Once you park in the lot by the windmill, you start your hike.
There are a lot of trails, but all of them go down to the falls.
I recommend taking the trails to the left, because they are drier.
If you go to the right, you’ll be on trails mostly used for ATVs and other vehicles. That makes deep ruts which fill with water.
Either way, you’ll get down to the top of the falls.
The first set are very pretty, and also small. Usually there are a lot of people at the top, so you should be able to get someone to take your picture. This is our hiking group!
When you follow the posted sign and climb down, you’ll see the largest of the falls.
Make sure you have good hiking boots, because there is a lot of mud.
Also, be sure to wear plenty of sunscreen.
There is a swimming hole, so bring a bathing suit if you want to swim.
If you plan to go onto the rocks, use caution because they are very slippery.
There is a rope swing on the left side of the pool for swinging into the water, but again, be cautious of the rocks.
After you see the big falls, head downstream along the smaller trail.
There are two more sets of waterfalls that you can get to.
I recommend bringing snacks, so that you can eat when you get down to the end of the trail.
There are lots of good spots to swim or wade. There aren’t many fish, but you may see tadpoles or fresh water shrimp.
The hike is only 1.4 miles total, but bring lots of water. It’s a long and difficult hike back up.
This is one of the easier hikes on Guam, so it’s excellent for beginners.