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Micro Beach is a nice sandy beach compared to other beaches on Saipan. Beach is clean and water has decent depth to be able to swim, snorkel (no coral close to shore), paddle board or rent Waverunners. There is boat traffic for banana boats and...More
I really love this beach, why?! Because the amazing white sands that stretches the shore lines reachings sand bars within the limits of low tides, these are really in fact one of the best safe beaches to go out here in this beautiful majestic island...More
This beach has lovely white sand and artfully arranged palm trees with a great view across the lagoon. It's very narrow, as are most of the beaches i saw here and can get busy, especially at weekends, as it's frequented by the locals.
This beach is two beaches. Sand is good and snorkeling is zero for both sides. The hotel side is what you expect. An oft locked gate separates the patrons each beach. The Public side, car accessible, is locally patronized and the tree shade is far...More
This beach practically is at the center of the town, so it is very accessible. Since it is facing west, it is also a good place for sunset viewing.
I think the beach itself is nothing special. Since it is just outside two very big...More
the best part of micro beach I would say is in front of Hyatt Regency hotel, you can walk about half miles into the sea, and the sunset is amazing... one of the best sunset I have seen, ever... definite a worthy of visiting spot...More
The entire west coast of Saipan serves as sunset beach but if heading for a spot our Saipan family wanting to impress brought us to Micro Beach. The tide was low and we found ourselves walking out on the cleanest, pure sand simply demanding any...More
Not sure if the tide in front of American Memorial Park is always like this, but it was too shallow to do anything. It was like a kiddy pool. However it's so shallow at one part that you can walk out and basically stand on...More