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Fishing Charters & Tours · Historic Sites · Scuba & Snorkeling
The Friendly Island
Vacations in Rota may not be as popular as trips to its larger neighbor, Saipan, and the World War II site of Tinian. Nevertheless, the small island of around 2,500 residents offers some interesting opportunities for wildlife spotting, as it is home to several endangered species, including the Mariana fruit bat. Rota has an international airport and, on its northern coastline, a pleasant beach offering a much quieter alternative to those on Saipan. Use our world travel planner: Rota and all its delights await.
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Where to stay in Rota

When it comes to accommodations in Rota, you have a clear choice--north or south. The northern option, a mid-range resort and country club, sits right on the pleasant Mochong Beach and offers the best access to waterfront activities. If you head south, you can stay at a budget hotel offering access to Tweksberry Beach and views over Wedding Cake Conservation Area.
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