Managaha Island is a small resort island outside the main island of Saipan. The island is small in size and full of thick, green tropical plants. It's only ten minutes' walk around the island. With soft sand and aquamarine sea water, the whole island is encircled by silvery white beaches; close to the seashore, the waters are bestrewn with coral reeves and shoals of colorful tropical fish are seen gliding to and fro, making the island a perfect place for snorkeling and diving. Further on offer are unique recreational activities such as jet skiing, parasailing, surfing, banana boat riding, underwater walking, etc. as ways to enjoy the sun, the beach, the blue sea and clear sky to the fullest.
The Grotto(Blue Hole) is a natural grotto connected to the Pacific Ocean and a scuba diving paradise in Saipan. The grotto's exterior exhibits a mysterious deep indigo blue; on the inside, there is a colossal cave of stalactites and two natural swimming pools connected to outer waters via a submarine passageway. Illuminated by beams of light from outer seas entering the cave through the passageway, the pools inside the Grotto give off a mysterious pale blue light, making both snorkeling and deep diving here an extraordinary experience.
Bird Island is located near the Blue Hole in the Grotto in northeastern Saipan Island. It gets its name because of the many birds who call it home. Bird Island is very beautiful. However, because it is a protected area, visitors generally are not allowed on the island. Visitors can look out on Bird Island from the scenic overlook which also has bird-watching binoculars available so you take a closer look at the many beautiful birds on the island. At low tide, it is also possible to get a bit closer to Bird Island. In addition to bird watching, this is an excellent place from which to enjoy the sunrise. As the light of the distant sun gradually colors the sky and sea, the scenery is magnificent. In the darkness of night, this is the place to go if you want to stargaze out into our brilliant galaxy.
There is a cliff in the north of Saipan called the Longevity Cliff. In June 1944, the United States surrounded and entered the Saipan where the Japanese Navy Command was located. In order to escape the fate of the captives, the Japanese ordered the officers and men of the island, family and girls’ high school students to jump off the cliff and loyal to the country. . In the process of jumping off the cliff, people shouted "Long live", and Longevity Cliff got its name.