16 days in Northern Mariana Islands Itinerary

16 days in Northern Mariana Islands Itinerary

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Tinian
— 14 nights
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Saipan
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Tinian

— 14 nights
Tinian--now home to around 3,000 people--was the site of a ferocious battle between Japanese and Allied forces during World War II. It was eventually captured by the U.S. forces and turned into a large military base.
Tinian is known for parks, historic sites, and shopping. Your trip includes some of its best attractions: explore and take pictures at Atomic Bomb Pits, tour the pleasant surroundings at Tachogna Beach, enjoy the sand and surf at Taga Beach, and get a taste of the local shopping with Crow's Nests.

To find photos, other places to visit, more things to do, and more tourist information, go to the Tinian trip website.

Saipan to Tinian is an approximately 3-hour travel. June in Tinian sees daily highs of 87°F and lows of 79°F at night. On the 14th (Thu), you're off to Saipan.

Things to do in Tinian

Parks · Outdoors · Beaches · Historic Sites

Saipan

— 1 night
As the largest of Northern Mariana Islands, Saipan represents an important entry port in the archipelago.
On the 15th (Fri), kick back and relax at Landing Beach, then stroll through The Grotto, and then discover the deep blue sea with a scuba or snorkeling tour.

To see where to stay, traveler tips, other places to visit, and other tourist information, read our Saipan trip planner.

Explore your travel options from Tinian to Saipan with the Route module. In July, daily temperatures in Saipan can reach 87°F, while at night they dip to 79°F. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 15th (Fri) so you can travel back home.

Things to do in Saipan

Parks · Outdoors · Wildlife · Beaches

Northern Mariana Islands travel guide

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Nature & Parks · Scuba & Snorkeling · Tourist Spots
An archipelago of 15 islands north of Guam, Northern Mariana Islands remains best known for its tropical weather, excellent scuba diving, and sobering historical reminders of World War II. Originally settled by the Chamorro people, the seemingly remote archipelago has endured a surprisingly turbulent history thanks to its strategic location in the South Pacific. Ferdinand Magellan landed in 1521 and claimed the islands for the Spanish, but since then the archipelago came under successive German, Japanese, and finally U.S. rule. A holiday in Northern Mariana Islands typically involves lazing on pristine beaches, enjoying succulent tropical fruits, and scuba diving among the many impressive offshore shipwrecks.