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A lesser known spot on Tinian

At the extreme south-east part of Tinian, the area is home to ocean, cliffs, and shrines to those... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2018
StevenP3559
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Pueblo, Colorado
A beautiful yet somber must see spot on Tinian

I visited this stunning location on Tinian as part of a WWII history trip with my wife. This spot... read more

Reviewed 4 January 2017
MarkS4646
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30 Jan 2018
“A lesser known spot on Tinian”
3 Jan 2017
“A beautiful yet somber must see spot on Tinian”
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Reviewed 30 January 2018

At the extreme south-east part of Tinian, the area is home to ocean, cliffs, and shrines to those who died here. A very peaceful setting today.

1  Thank StevenP3559
Reviewed 4 January 2017

I visited this stunning location on Tinian as part of a WWII history trip with my wife. This spot was both beautiful and somber. A must see stop for WWII history buffs.

1  Thank MarkS4646
Reviewed 13 August 2016

Like Saipan, Tinian has its suicide cliff. Quiet, with no one around. After the Battle of Tinian, my father was stationed near here to defend the Island for the remainder of the war. He would watch the B-52's take off from the airstrip.

2  Thank Shann115
Reviewed 1 March 2016

On a clear day you can see Tinian Island. It played a significant part in WWII. Suicide Cliffs - sad to know the history of how so many lost their lives here. The area offers great photo opportunities.

1  Thank Geraldine F
Reviewed 30 October 2015

We actually had sunrise service here in March 2002. It was beautiful. Wow! It's really not a "beach" area, but it was still nice to listen to the waves crash up on the rocks.

Thank Maketa C
Reviewed 26 September 2015

Great place with a lot of history. Saw quite a few sea turtles in the water below which was great. Found an old bullet which was neat. View of the deep holes in the hillside show from military shelling during he was.

Thank Bill S
Reviewed 6 August 2015

There are no many things to do in Tinian, but it is just good as it is. It's a one of the best peaceful in the world.

Thank mokujino
Reviewed 11 March 2014

I borrowed a mountain bike and headed off. The roads are really smooth and it's a long steady climb to the lookout, but achievable. From the lookout to suicide cliff is nearly all downhill. No shops out there so pack your own water and snack.

Thank DrGribbles
Reviewed 10 November 2013

The whole island is rich in history as we get many Japanese tourists to see some WW2 memorials and sites. This is the cliff that Japanese were jumping off when the American came to the island during WW2. Intersting history and beautiful horizon of the...More

Thank Christine H
Reviewed 21 May 2013

Rich in history, there are plaques to commemorate lives lost. Beautiful ocean views. Some roads are a little rough.

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