"Tinian, An Idyllic island in the Western Pacific, one of the fourteen island chain known as the Northern Mariana Islands."
Tinian is one of the three major islands of the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Commanding a total area of 101 square kilometers of land, it holds a wide stretch of white sands, archaic caves and historical pasts waiting to be rediscovered. Tinian's share of grim memories from World War II cast that special charisma of mystery to the island's historic past.
Tinian is located 3 miles South of Saipan and is the second most populated island in the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. The island boasts beautiful secluded white sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters. The rich marine life living in pristine reefs surrounding the island offers outstanding fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling and a variety of other water sports and activities.
Numerous sightseeing spots offer a gaze into the island's past from the Ancient Latte era to its historical impact during the World War II