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The beach was my second favorite beach while visiting. It is however, on the naval base, so you will need to go with someone who has a military ID. Very chill & has a place to BBQ and play volleyball. Also, family friendly.
Wether you want to hang out at the small beach, grill out, hammock in the trees, snorkel or scuba dive. You can do it all here! The shelf drops off about 75-100yds out to around 60ft, tapering off to 90-100. Every time you dive here...More
Gab Gab is beautiful! It is on the US Naval Base so you will need access to the base to enjoy it. It wasn't hard to find and we actually kayaked there from outdoor rec. It took approx. 30 mins or so. The beach has...More
Note: This is ON the Naval Base! Only certain persons can go here!!! The area is set up for tent camping, grilling, volleyball, swimming, snorkeling and SCUBA. Rest rooms are available. Wash racks for rising salt water off of persons and equipment are readily available...More
Gab gab is quite the gem. As my title suggests, it is probably the best snorkeling spot I've been to (thus far) and I have snorkeled in some wonderful places (Hawaii, Aruba, Mexico, etc). Before I go on about why this place is so great,...More
I was snorkeling at Gab Gab beach this past Saturday. Being my first time, I asked someone looking out over the area as to what area was best to go and received very helpful information. The water was clear and there were no currents or...More
We went to Gab Gab to dive. Gab Gab 1 is a plate coral reef that runs 110 - 290. Easy entry low to no current. Visibility was about 40-50 due to a northeast trade wind at about 10-15kts not typical. Gab Gab 2 is...More