Managaha Island is an uninhabited island as a national park . It about 1.5km of Saipan Island. You can enjoy yourself on a sandy beach, walk around the island and enjoy great activities of Marine sport. Managaha means "a little rest", enjoy the time and relax.
Managaha Island Guide Map
Managaha's main entrance is right in front of the pier with a sign engraved on a monument. Feel free to take a memory piece with you by taking a photo to remember a trip you will never forget.
We will ensure your safety at Managaha.
There is always a life guard that is posted at the swimming area. (Front Part of Managaha) Lifeguard ensures that the swimming rules are followed and makes sures the safety our guest.
Statue of Chief Aghurubw
The Statue of Chief Aghurubw in Managaha Represents the Carolinians of Saipan. It was said that in 1815 Chief Aghurubw came to the Mariana Island after long miles of voyage seeking a new place for his people. They took a rest in Managaha and then settled in Saipan. The Statue of Chief Aghurubw in Managaha is also a tombstone, after his passing the Carolinians of his clan buried their Chief where it was said to be his favorite place of the small Island.
Managaha's Eco Activities
Managaha Island is a national monument. Tasi Tour is committed on eco-activities to protect the natural environment.
We are doing the following effort so that many people can experience the nature of the island,
- use 4 generator, to supply facilities,such as rest house, toilet and restaurant
- *Water supply
- The water in Managaha is pumped from the ground water well. Filtered with RO system (reverse osmosis membrane water purification system) and suppled with special equipment.
- proccessed with special equipment
- Trash is collected daily, and transported to Saipan for proper disposal.