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Major cities and airports in Northern Mariana Islands

  1. Saipan: Francisco C. Ada/Saipan International Airport
  2. Tinian: Tinian International Airport
  3. Rota: Rota International Airport

Time and Communication

The Northern Mariana Islands are in the Chamorro Standard Time zone (UTC+10) and do not observe daylight saving time. IT&E and Docomo Pacific are the main mobile operators, and both offer extensive coverage with good call quality.

Money and shopping

The local currency is the United States dollar (USD). Credit and debit card payment is common, especially for Visa and MasterCard. American Express may be less commonly accepted. Currency exchange services, where needed, typically operate during normal business hours.


Public transportation on the islands is limited, so most people rely on cars to get around. Car rentals are readily available and are a popular choice for tourists. Taxis are also an option, but they are less common.

Touristic attractions

  • Managaha Island: A small islet in Saipan’s lagoon known for its white sandy beaches and clear waters for snorkeling and diving.
  • Garapan Street Market: Offers a wide range of local foods, crafts, and performances every Tuesday and Thursday evening.
  • Last Command Post Park: A historical park where remnants of Japanese fortifications from World War II can be seen.
  • Mt. Tapochao: The highest point on Saipan, offering panoramic views of the entire island.
  • Grotto: A stunning limestone cavern filled with clear blue water, popular among divers and snorkelers.
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