Dive Sites 

Saipan and Tinian offer plenty of beautiful caves, coral, and marine life for world-class scuba diving. Our goal is to help you feel comfortable in a setting right for you. Message us to check boat availability for these areas. 

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Dimple (Boat)
Dimple (Boat)

Dimple is a huge coral formation with a depth range of 50' to 120' where it drops off. There are many different varieties of coral on this mound. You are likely to see hawksbill turtles, moray eels, spotted eagle rays, and large schools of fish.

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Pipeline (Boat)
Pipeline (Boat)

White sand bottom in about 60' of water with scattered coral heads. The spotted eagle rays use the coral heads as cleaning stations and you can usually find a group of them. If you sit on the bottom and just watch them, they typically will keep swimming around you and let you take all the pictures you like. There is usually some current present, but not usually too bad.

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Ice-Cream (Boat)
Ice-Cream (Boat)

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Dimple (Boat)
Dimple (Boat)

Dimple is a huge coral formation with a depth range of 50' to 120' where it drops off. There are many different varieties of coral on this mound. You are likely to see hawksbill turtles, moray eels, spotted eagle rays, and large schools of fish.

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Advanced

Grotto (Shore)
Grotto (Shore)

Diving on Saipan is not complete without at least one Grotto experience. It has been ranked as the 2nd best cavern dive in the world. Brilliant blue light filters down through the caverns making for stunning imagery. You walk 116 steps down to enter a pool that has 3 separate exits to the open ocean. You'll see large fish and an assortment of nudibranchs here.

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Spotlight (Boat)
Spotlight (Boat)

This is a cave that goes back up under the cliff line at Banzai cliff. A hole in the shelf rock on the ceiling of the cave lets a shaft of light shine down into the cave in the middle of the day during the summer. Cool tunnels to swim through in the rear of the cave that go up to air pockets within the cave. Depth is about 80'.

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Tinian Grotto (Boat)
Tinian Grotto (Boat)

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Grotto (Shore)
Grotto (Shore)

Diving on Saipan is not complete without at least one Grotto experience. It has been ranked as the 2nd best cavern dive in the world. Brilliant blue light filters down through the caverns making for stunning imagery. You walk 116 steps down to enter a pool that has 3 separate exits to the open ocean. You'll see large fish and an assortment of nudibranchs here.

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Expert

Temple of Doom
Temple of Doom

A deep rock formation outside of the Grotto. You have to be extremely good on air to make it out to the formation. The top of it is about 80' and the bottom drops off to 160'. This dive is only for very experienced divers who can manage their air extremely well.

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Temple of Doom
Temple of Doom

A deep rock formation outside of the Grotto. You have to be extremely good on air to make it out to the formation. The top of it is about 80' and the bottom drops off to 160'. This dive is only for very experienced divers who can manage their air extremely well.

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