is on the northwestern coast of Guam and is only accessible to
those in the military or through special authorization because it is
located within Navy property.
Access to Haputo Beach requires some hiking down narrow steps which
take you down about 300 feet to the beach. The beach is situated
within a protected cove with beautiful clear water and soft, white
sand. Because of its location and restricted access Haputo Beach
is very secluded and you'll be lucky to find any signs of other people
during the weekdays.
There is an archeological site near Haputo Beach which was once the
location of an ancient Chamorro village. Today, this ancient
Chamorro site is simply referred to as Hila'an by the locals. At
the end of the beach there is a trail which goes inland leading to the
site which is scattered with latte stone.