Saipan is the largest island in the Northern Mariana Islands and the most busiest.
A Beautiful Island
Many choose the Micronesian volcanic island of Saipan to tour the famous Grotto, an underwater limestone cavern plummeting seventy feet at its deepest point. The Grotto is home to a city of sea life, including turtles, coral, and reef sharks. Land-lovers can find satisfaction in the Garapan Street market, a display of Saipan's unique food and craft tradition, or the World War II battlefields, a visual history of the Battle of Saipan.
History of the Northern Mariana Islands
The NMI Museum of History and Culture, also known as the NMI Museum, is a museum in Garapan, Saipan hosting exhibitions about the Chamorro and Carolinian people and also displays artifacts, documents, textiles, and photographs from the Spanish, German, Japanese, and American periods in the Northern Mariana Islands.