Off Road Buggy + Grotto Snorkeling
- Side By Side or Solo Buggy
- Helmet, belt bag, and sports sandals
- Snorkeling equipment
- Sightseeing to Bird Island Lookout
- Sightseeing to Banzai Cliff
- Local Guide
- Pick-up and Drop-off Service to/from major hotels is available for $10 per person
Drivers must be 18 years of age and pass a test before operating the off-road vehicles.
TO PROTECT THE CORALS AND OTHER MARINE LIFE AT THE GROTTO, USING OF ANY TYPE OF SUNSCREEN IS PROHIBITED.
- Adult (18+) Double Rider | Price per Person
- Adult (18+) Solo Rider
Go off the beaten path on this Off Road Buggy Adventure!
Off-Road Double Buggy Adventure
Come ride with a friend! Our two-person off-road buggies are perfect for exploring the trails together. This adventure includes a stop at a local farm, trail riding, and a visit to a secluded beach. It’s great for couples and families who want to experience the thrill together!
Off-Road Solo Buggy Adventure
Now this is what we call fun! Come on a custom adventure and explore the local trails with your very own Buggy. Your expert guide escorts you along dirt roadways, into hidden trails, and to a secluded beach. You get to see beautiful views of the north coast of Saipan. It’s the most thrilling way to get to know Saipan! All equipment is provided, and your tour includes instruction, a safety orientation for operating the vehicles, and a stop for a drink.
An amazing, unforgettable underwater experience in Saipan!
Snorkeling in the Blue Grotto is a unique Saipan experience that you just can’t miss. The Blue Grotto is a cavern that is connected to the ocean by a series of tunnels. The clear blue water provides stunning visibility and is a favorite place for sea turtles to come and rest. Come join us for an absolutely unforgettable snorkeling adventure in this special cavern.
Jump in to the beautiful blue water, meet the local wildlife, swim with schools of fish, and make the best memories of your entire vacation. It’s a great experience for the whole family. This tour is subject to ocean conditions, but more often than not, we can safely snorkel here.