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Tallest Mountain in World / Panoramic Island View / WW2 History Lesson

More than meets the eye. Here's the plan. Drive on a sunny day. See & reflect on all the spots you... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2017
Jim W
via mobile
Great view, rough road

The view once there is awesome! Pretty much almost a 360 degree view of Saipan with a hint of... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
Saipan, Mariana Islands
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Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

More than meets the eye. Here's the plan. Drive on a sunny day. See & reflect on all the spots you visited, from up high. For more in depth appreciation, before you go up, youtube WW2 Battle of Saipan and Marianna's Trench . Realize you...More

1  Thank Jim W
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

The view once there is awesome! Pretty much almost a 360 degree view of Saipan with a hint of Tinian in view. Some small vendors with island trinkets and fresh coconut juice to try is available at the parking level. The road is a little...More

Thank Rmagedn
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

Amazing view at CNMI highest peak Mt Tapochao. I went to Saipan for business trip. My duty is to train Power99fm Sales staff. The GM went to visit Power99 fm antenna sight and I went for a ride to experience an amazing view from the...More

1  Thank Marilyn G
Reviewed 15 March 2017

We get on top of Tapachao during our Let's Go Atraction. Was cool to ride Polaris there. Will recommend to visit once.

Thank leilaniboomer
Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

From Minnesota perhaps explains my preference for beaches over skyline views. Should you decide this is part of your preferences give yourself a 5 for effort. The story goes that the road surface is scraped once a year just before Easter. It deteriorates thereafter explaining...More

Thank Taylo102
Reviewed 6 March 2017

The road up Mt Tapochao is a little hard to find, and pretty rugged near the top; but well worth the effort. You'll see views of the entire island; and an excellent narrative on signage about the battle. The concrete Christ is up here, too.....More

Thank Roomforerror
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Great place to visit and you can not miss it while in Saipan, you can see the whole island from there when the weather is clear. Road to get to the top is not very good as of Feb 2017. But you can park somewhere...More

1  Thank prnvic
Reviewed 10 January 2017

The road is quite bumpy so you'd better ride SUV or a jeep. But once you get here, you will be able to see the whole island. However, when it is too cloudy, it would be quite difficult to get a good view, so check...More

Thank charlmens
Reviewed 8 January 2017

After a bumpy drive up an unsealed and windy road you will reach Mt.Tapochao, the highest point on the island of Saipan. To actually reach the summit from the car park, you are required to climb a small amount of stairs, but once you have...More

1  Thank quinni_224
Reviewed 31 December 2016

The road up to this location is extremely rough and I would not suggest doing it in a car (a jeep, SUV, etc works). Once to the top, you see an exquisite view of the entire island. We went just as everyone was turning on...More

Thank Kyle H
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