To mark the Lunar New Year, the Marianas Visitors Authority (MVA) and community partners will hold an evening Lunar New Year Party in The Marianas on Feb. 5, 2019.
If you’ve never biked the quiet roadways and back trails of Tinian, the 15th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival Feb. 16-17, 2019, in The Marianas will make it easier than ever with free transportation for bike racers from Saipan to Tinian.
The Marianas Tourism Education Council (MTEC) Tourism Summit for CNMI Public School System students will be held on Jan. 24, 2019.
To reassure Korean travelers of the recovery of The Marianas following Super Typhoon Yutu in October 2018, the Marianas Visitors Authority (MVA) and Asiana Airlines recently hosted a FAM tour for 13 key industry partners to see the destination for themselves.
Residents and visitors turned out en masse on Dec. 29 for the #MarianasSTRONG Year-end Celebration at Paseo de Marianas in Garapan, Saipan, marking the resiliency and recovery of The Marianas following Super Typhoon Yutu in October 2018 and welcoming the New Year.
In lieu of its annual Christmas in The Marianas event, the Marianas Visitors Authority (MVA) and its tourism partners will celebrate the #MarianasSTRONG Year-end Celebration on Dec. 29, 2018, at Paseo de Marianas in Garapan, Saipan.
The 15th Annual Tinian Hot Pepper Festival will be held over Presidents Day weekend on Feb. 16-17, 2019, in The Marianas.
A unified push by the Marianas Visitors Authority (MVA) and its tourism partners to rebuild the Korean market after Super Typhoon Yutu is paying off, with a sudden uptick in bookings made in early December.
Saipan has been ranked as the most popular Pacific island destination among Chinese tourists, according the Mafengwo, one of China’s largest online websites that enables users to share travel experiences.
“I felt I had to do something help or support you and started fundraising activities alone in Matsumoto city, mountainous area of Japan.” So wrote Toshio Matsumura in a message accompanying a donation of $1,000 to aid The Marianas in its recovery from Super Typhoon Yutu, which hit the islands in October 2018.