What to do

Saipan attracts tourists for its beautiful beaches with white sand. Ocean on the west side of the island very quiet, shallow and warm. Here you can find numerous water activities which include fishing, scuba diving, jet skiing, wakeboarding, parasailing, banana boat rides, snorkeling and much more.


Saipan has some amazing ocean view golf courses. Perhaps the favorite is the Lau Lau Bay Resort, which was designed by legendary course designer Greg Norman. Kingfisher also offers stunning ocean views from the back nine with infinity pools, and a breathtaking par 3 over the waves.


Not as famous as Palau for its diving attractions, Saipan has some wonderful dive spots for both beginning and advanced divers including probably Saipan's most popular dive spot - The Grotto. You can spend your whole vacation exploring various diving locations across the island in some of the most clear and pristine tropical waters.


You can also enjoy the fantastic performance of traditional dance of Polynesia, Hawaii, Tahiti including the dynamical fire dance. The show is organized in Chamorro-Carolinian Village Cultural Centers on the top of mountain Tapochao, hotel Dai-ich, Serena Garden, Hotel Hyatt.


Descend in to the beautiful lagoon aboard "Deepstar". You will see colorful fishes, beautiful coral and a wide variety of marine life. Sharks, rays and turtles frequently appear in the clear blue water. The tour includes visiting WW2 historical artifacts, airplane and shipwreck sites.


Saipan has excellent deep sea fishing, sport fishing and trolling year round. You can catch marlin, mahi mahi, tuna, barracuda, wahoo, and much, much more. Many of the local Japanese restaurants will also prepare your fish for you.

You can also order the Helicopter Tour and see this amazing paradise from a bird's flight or visit casino on Tinian.


The island's eastern beaches and cliffs can be viewed as you descend deep into the Marianas Trench, the deepest point on Earth, approximately 10,911 meters!


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