Club C is located in Saipan, the largest of fourteen islands in the United States. This is a protected area referred to as the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

Here, you will find a variety of unique activities and island culture. Everything from exotic resorts to beach activities and golf courses can be found here, as well as local shopping, historical sites, and of course entertainment in the form of Club C!

Getting Here

Saipan is easily accessible from a variety of destinations, including:

Tokyo & Nagoya (via Delta Air Lines)

Seoul (via Asiana)

Hong Kong (via Fly Guam)

Visa Information

Because Saipan is part of the United States, entry into the USA will be required in order to enter Saipan.

Special options are available for Chinese, Hong Kong, Taiwanese and South Korean nationals. For more information:

Saipan Activities

Club C is partnered with a variety of operators and activity tour companies. Here is some more information on our trusted partners and friends.

Saipan Adventures
Offers vacation planning assistance from start to finish; a one-stop shop for all of your vacation needs. They will assist you to decide where, when and how you want to experience Saipan, as well as assist you with flights, travel protection and ensure you receive all of your needed travel documents.

Fiesta Resort & Spa Saipan
Experience the joys of a tropical island paradise while enjoying luxurious accommodations at Fiesta Resort & Spa Saipan. Located ocean-front in the heart of Saipan’s downtown district, the Resort offers the perfect destination for the island traveler.

Century Tours
Since 2002, Century Tours has been customizing all-inclusive tours for travel to Saipan. Century Tours can customize itineraries to include accommodations, meals, transportation and guide services.

Kanoa Resort Saipan

Kankoes Resort lies in one of Saipan’s best beaches along Beach Road. The Resort offers amazing facilities, cuisines and services, as well as exciting activities to make your Saipan trip a memorable one.

More Information

For more information on Saipan, check out Wikitravel’s article here: