Saipan, Tinian and Rota each present a wealth of historic, cultural and geographic sites that highlight the unique richness of the Northern Marianas. The best part is, you can easily visit a number of significant sites in a single day due to the intimacy of these small islands.
San Antonio Beach marks the beginning point of Saipan's western lagoon. Its particular geography, bordered on its' southern side by Agingan point, which juts out past the reef straight into the open ocean, make it the nursery for large schools of baby barracuda and rabbit fish. Rays, small sharks, octopus, and a myriad of colorful reef fish are also a regular site here. The wreck of a landing craft just north of the PIC Hotel is a reminder of the historical importance of the beach, which served as a main invasion beach for the Americans during the WWII invasion of Saipan.
Sites on Saipan.
The following members offer tours of Beach Sites: