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With scuba diving sites, brightly colored corals, lagoons, caves and mountains, Saipan offers a rich outdoor lifestyle. Dive to see tropical fish, hike through acres of jungle or simply relax on the beaches.
Saipan is the largest of the Northern Mariana Islands. The western Pacific Ocean archipelago is part of the United States Commonwealth and lies south of Japan and east of the Philippines.
Garapan is the island’s largest town, the hub of Saipan’s tourist industry with hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and stores. Pick up maps and tourist information and get your bearings.
Most visitors come to Saipan for its beaches, particularly those on the island’s western side. An offshore coral reef has created a large lagoon with numerous sandy coves. Micro Beach is one of the most visited. Steady winds and calm waves attract windsurfers; plan to give this sport a try. Treat yourself to a picnic or barbecue using the beach’s pavilions.
Divers love Saipan. The island’s handful of scuba diving operators serve all experience levels. Explore the rich marine flora, reefs and shipwrecks.
Go to the Blue Grotto, a large underwater limestone cavern on the island’s northern side. This dive site is worth a visit even for non-divers, just to see the dark blue water and rock formations. Swim or snorkel if you aren’t diving.
Saipan was the location of a fierce and decisive battle between U.S. forces and Japanese soldiers during World War II. Visit the Last Command Post and see the bunker and its cannons. Look for tanks half-way submerged in the sea.
To explore some of the island’s jungle, take the Laderan Tangke Trail, a 2-mile (3.2-kilometer) loop through the Marpi Commonwealth Forest. Along the way you may see such birds as rufous fantails and nightingale reed warblers.
Most of Saipan’s resorts and hotels provide tours to various sites. You can also reach the island’s beaches, jungle and historic sites by renting a car or scooter or taking a taxi.
Throw yourself into all there is to see and do and return home with the best souvenir of all — warm memories of your sensational trip!
Your trip to Saipan is about to get a whole lot more exciting. There are plenty of things to do, such as:
Got a little time on your side? Visit our Saipan things to do page for a full range of options.
Great place. Ocean front, nice rooms, comfortable beds & very friendly staff. Good hotel bars & restaurants, some with live entertainment. There is a free shuttle bus to town (every hour, takes about 10 minutes). The pools are very nice too. The only disappointment is the internet speed and stability. ...
2nd stay at this property. Staff again this time is very friendly and welcoming. Building has a few years on it. Well maintained, but rooms could use updating. Will stay again when in Saipan.
수영장 워터 슬라이드 이용이 좋았어요 ㅎㅎ 전객실 오션뷰라서 방배정도 걱정할 필요가 없고 시내에서는 거리가 조금 있지만 렌트카로 움직인다면 북부투어 위치와 가까워서 더 좋아요
Very fairly priced and within walking distance of numerous restaurants and shopping spots. A perfect hotel for the business traveler.
Rooms were nice and clean. Great views of water. Food options were poor and over priced compared to Hyatt and other eateries nearby.
The old part of the hotel has very pool design. The cleanness is not so great. The bathroom smells. Considering this is in Saipan, it is not so bad. Will stay again.