You can relax at any of the beaches in Mariana, but the most recommended is Rota Island!
Rota, which can be reached in about 30 minutes from Saipan by small plane, is an island with a lot of untouched nature.
Te Teto Beach, the most famous beach on the island, has thatched roof cabanas lined up on the deep blue sea and white sand, giving it the image of a ``southern island'' that everyone imagines.
Tetet Beach is popular among locals as it is said that just looking at the bright blue sea of Rota Blue is soothing. On weekends, you can see locals enjoying BBQ and playing in the sea.
It is possible to go from Saipan or Guam. Please come and visit us!
Photo by @hommania
Sabal Farmer's Market is the best morning activity when traveling to Saipan!
The market is held every Saturday, and there are a variety of stalls selling fresh vegetables and fruits grown by local people, as well as food, sweets, and daily necessities.
There are shops where you can not only see but also eat tropical fruits, and the most popular among them is the easy-to-drink juices!
TUPU CANE JUICE's raw sugarcane juice, made by cold-pressing sugarcane harvested in Saipan using a special juicer, is gaining popularity among locals.
It's fun just to watch the long, slender sugarcane being sucked into a special machine, and you'll look forward to drinking the resulting juice.
Entries for Saipan Marathon 2024 are now open
"Saipan Marathon 2024" will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2024. It is planned to be a tournament of the previous scale, which will be recruiting participants from overseas for the first time in several years, and an entry site has been opened since September 1st.
A full marathon, half marathon, 10KM, and 5KM, this is a southern island resort marathon that you can enjoy according to your level, from beginners to advanced marathons. The marathon is relatively flat, making it easy for beginners to participate in overseas marathons. And the top finishers in each race will receive wonderful prizes...
For more information, please visit the Marianas Tourism Board's Marathon page
And here is the entry site