Destinations

Saipan

Saipan is the largest of the Northern Mariana Islands and the capital.  About 12.5 miles long and 5.5 miles wide, Saipan is the principal island and major commercial center of the archipelago.  Formed by a rising coral reef, this tropical paradise offers beautiful white sand beaches with crystal clear water and ocean-riding, fresh, clean air.  Visitors to Saipan will find a well-balanced mixture of beautiful nature with modern amenities, nightlife, and shopping venues. 

Saipan
Saipan

With a large barrier reef and the lagoon inside, Saipan's waters are breathtakingly beautiful. Managaha island sits just within the reef off of Saipan's western coast and is a popular day trip.

Garapan
Garapan

Saipan Airport
Saipan Airport

Saipan
Saipan

With a large barrier reef and the lagoon inside, Saipan's waters are breathtakingly beautiful. Managaha island sits just within the reef off of Saipan's western coast and is a popular day trip.

1/4

Tinian

Tinian is where we (Star Marianas Air) call home and is the closest island to the capital of Saipan, situated about 5 miles southwest and easily accessible by air (10 min.).  Tinian features unique historical sites; from prehistoric stone monoliths called Taga Stones to the very runways and loading docks that put atom bombs aboard the Enola Gay to stop WWII. 

Taga Beach Tinian
Taga Beach Tinian

Taga Beach is a favorite swimming location for tourists and locals alike.

Sumiyoshi Shrine Tinian
Sumiyoshi Shrine Tinian

Tucked away in Carolinas Heights Tinian, Sumiyoshi Shrine gives a glimpse of Tinian's past.

Tinian
Tinian

San Jose Village Tinian

Taga Beach Tinian
Taga Beach Tinian

Taga Beach is a favorite swimming location for tourists and locals alike.

1/6

Rota

The beautiful island of Rota posseses a unique character and charm that wins over just about everyone that goes there. On the western side of the island, take a refreshing dip in the cool, clear water at Rota's famous Swimming Hole. Just north of the airport, discover how the ancient Chamorros carved giant latte stones out of the limestone rock at the As Nieves Latte Stone Quarry.

The Friendliest Island
The Friendliest Island

The people of Rota really are friendly. Don't forget to wave when you are passing someone on the road.

Japanese Cannon
Japanese Cannon

This cannon looks out over Rota's East Harbor and Wedding Cake Mountain

Songsong Village
Songsong Village

The view overlooks Songsong village and Wedding Cake Mountain.

The Friendliest Island
The Friendliest Island

The people of Rota really are friendly. Don't forget to wave when you are passing someone on the road.

1/6