The Northern Mariana Islands are officially called the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. It is a group of 15 islands located in the western Pacific Ocean. It is part of the Mariana Islands, which is a larger area that includes Guam. The islands cover a total area of 179 sq mi (463.63 sq km) and has a population of about 80,000. The most populous island in the Northern Marianas is Saipan, which is also the location of Capitol Hill, the administrative center.
Guide to Northern Mariana Islands Hotels
Here's a list of hotels in Northern Mariana Islands that you can book online, listed by city, with full description, star rating, address, location map, evaluation, and prices as offered by different booking sites.
The highest point in the Northern Mariana Islands is the volcano on Agrihan, which stands at 3,166 feet (965 meters). Northern Mariana Islands use the US Dollar. It is in the time zone 10 hours ahead of GMT.
U.S. citizens wishing to enter the Northern Mariana Islands must show proof of citizenship, usually by producing a valid passport. Countries enjoying the U.S. Visa Waiver program are granted a 30-day stay on entry. Citizens of other countries should check with the nearest U.S. Embassy for visa requirements.
There are regular scheduled flights to Saipan from Japan, South Korea, Taiwan. Visitors coming from the United States have to transit in Guam.