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Beautiful , breathtaking view but sad history during ww2. Need to rent car to get there, no public... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2018
rmana2018
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Farmington Hills, Michigan
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The must see historical stop on Saipan

Banzai Cliff - renamed here on T.A. in some odd bit of PC (signs all over the island, as well as... read more

Reviewed 19 November 2017
mlahm
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

Beautiful , breathtaking view but sad history during ww2. Need to rent car to get there, no public transport. Bring hat or umbrella and cool drink.

Thank rmana2018
Reviewed 19 November 2017

Banzai Cliff - renamed here on T.A. in some odd bit of PC (signs all over the island, as well as the spot itself, refer to it as Banzai Cliff.). There are several monuments and memorials here as well as an explanatory plaque. Photos are...More

Thank mlahm
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

Banzai Cliff is worth a stop due to its significance during WW2. It's tough to get good photos of a cliff when you're on it so stop for the history more than the photos.

1  Thank Mathyew
Reviewed 22 March 2017

This is located at the Northern part of Saipan and had many monuments dedicated to those who lost their lives during WWII. This place is another cliff where Japanese jumped off and refused to be captured during WWII. The scenery here is so beautiful and...More

Thank SmartTravellerHK
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

My first time to visit Banzai Cliff. It's a bit emotional to learn the legendary story of the Japanese soldiers. These spot has been well taken care of. Clean and it has fresh air coming from the 🌊 sea. The sound of the waves when...More

Thank Marilyn G
Reviewed 19 January 2017

This is a place you must visit while on Saipan, to pay respect and to feel the warm South Pacific breeze and sub on your face while taking in an amazing view. Many people died here; there are monuments, and amazing views.

Thank Josh B
Reviewed 17 January 2017

When in Saipan you'll drive around the island and there are at least 3 MUST SEE stops along the way 1) The Grotto; 2) Suicide Cliff; and, 3) Banzai Cliff. This was a tragic site during WWII where Japanese chose to jump off into the...More

Thank bdude2016
Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

Even though it was storming and raining it was still beautiful! We just spent quite a while there, enjoying the view and resting

Thank StefanMayak
Reviewed 5 December 2015 via mobile

This is an amazingly beautiful and solemn place - sunset is very pleasant and relaxing. Take time to look for sea turtles surfacing for air - we saw 7 on the surface at once! The occasional shark can also be seen. Great place to relax...More

2  Thank kirksan
Reviewed 13 November 2014

Even the Americans who were here in 1944 who for various reason felt a hatred for there foe (which was reciprocated by the Japanese) unlike that which was felt toward the Germans were horrified by the sight of woman and children jumping to their deaths....More

3  Thank evac93rd
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