Named after one of the many secluded beaches on Guam, the Ritidian is a simple, classy yet sexy cheeky bottom, with narrow side cuts at the waist and a wider coverage at the back.
Located on the northernmost tip of Guam, Ritidian is one of the most spectacular and culturally rich places on island, a fairly popular site for fishing, swimming and picnicking.
The name Ritidian is possibly derived from the Chamorro word “Litekyan” and is probably a reference to the rapidly stirring or churning waters off of Ritidian. On a clear day, one can see in the distance the island of Luta (Rota), some forty-seven miles north-northeast of Guam, the closest of the Northern Mariana Islands to Guam.
Ritidian is a wildlife preserve covering 371 acres and an archeological site containing an abundance of cultural resources, including latte sets, water wells, limestone mortars, cave drawings, pottery and shell artifacts from the earliest inhabitants of the island. The area is the site of a thriving Chamorro village that predates the arrival of the Spanish in 1521 by over 600 years.