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Historical landmarks, coupled with the natural beauty of Guam, offer numerous sights of interest. Latte, which served as foundation pillars for the thatched huts of the Chamorros, are found in parks and out-of-the-way jungle areas.
The graceful remains of Spanish buildings, the Plaza De Espana, and stone bridges may be seen in Hagatna, Guam’s capital. In other locations throughout the island, the Spanish influence is clearly visible in the architectural design of Guam’s southern homes and villages.
Guam has more to offer than its splendid seas. The mild year-round climate makes the island ideal for many outdoor activities. A trip to Guam is not complete without shopping for gifts and souvenirs. Guam has a myriad of retail outlets where you can find a wide array of stylish, fashionable, trendy duty free items.
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. Managaha Island is a short boat ride away where the crystal waters of the lagoon offer award-winning snorkeling and water sports.The cavernous Grotto is rated as the No. 2 scuba dive anywhere in the Pacific.
Visitors to Saipan will find a well-balanced mixture of beautiful nature with modern amenities, nightlife, and shopping venues. Much more awaits the happy visitor to Saipan.