Saipan, an island located in the Western Pacific Ocean, is the principal locality of the United States Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Saipan is about 13 miles in length of mostly shallow waters. Having a rugged terrain, the ridge extends from the northern tip to southwestwards with a height of 1560 feet. The island also has an extinct volcano.
With uncrowded beaches and warm waters, Saipan is
a great location to scuba diving, snorkeling, and swimming. The blue water and
clean air will take your breath away. Enjoy long walks on the beach and take in
all the beauty that Saipan offers.
When the sun sets, head out to Oleai Beach Club where you can have some beverages and watch the sunset at your table. It is a great lunch and dinner spot on the beach where tourist and locals flock to.