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Saipan Northern Mariana Islands Cruise Port

Location:

Shuttle buses transport you to Garapan, the island's primary commercial area from the pier.

There are no facilities where you are docked.

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Monthly Climate Averages for Saipan Northern Mariana Islands

 

Sightseeing:

Saipan is 23 km (14 mi) long and 8 km (5 mi) wide. The best beaches and most populated areas are on the western and southern coasts, with the north and east being rugged and mountainous.

Saipan is fairly small and by renting a car or moped, it is easy to drive around the island and take in the natural splendor, as well as visit a number of parks. Scuba diving is also popular, and the underwater world should definitely be seen.

Tours Excursions Transportation:

One of Saipan's most popular tourist attractions is a submarine ride in Tanapag Lagoon. The sub has been specially designed with large viewing ports for full access to the area's tropical fish and wartime wrecks.

The most popular ship-sponsored excursion features a highlights tour of Saipan's wartime past with stops at Suicide Cliff, the Last Command Post, the Okinawa Peace Memorial and a run through Garapan.

Nearby Places:

Shopping and Food:

Currency:

United States dollar (USD)

ATMs are available at most banks and major shopping centers.

Communication:

Official languages English, Chamorro, Carolinian

Many hotels and restaurants on Saipan now offer free wireless internet access to customers that bring their own laptops

Opening Hours and Holidays:

Shopping hours Mon-Sun 0800-2100.

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