This is the most mysterious island in Saipan, full of various legends, and the scenery of the island itself is relatively primitive, so I personally like this feature, which is very good.
When I arrived on this small island, I felt calm down, and it seemed to be a place of exile, very lonely, but it also had a lonely beauty. I could only hear the sound of the waves, which was pretty good.
Forbidden Island is a famous scenic spot in Saipan. I came here to join the group at the end. If you drive by yourself, you will come to the SUV at the end. The chassis of the car is a bit low and not safe. The view of this small island is also good, you can go up when the tide is low.
The Forbidden Island is just southeast of Saipan. This small island is an outlying island. There is a small road to go up when the tide is low, and it will be completely separated from Saipan when the tide is high. But generally no one will go up.
The forbidden island is a small island on Saipan Island, when the tide is low, you can go to the island, when the tide is high, it is said that the island is the local people in a specific time to report the place of sacrifice activities.
It's worth a visit. The so-called dirt road is not a problem at all. My two-wheel drive Nissan Qijun has no pressure, just a bit of potholes. Real warriors, like the brothers of the blue Toyota fj in the picture, walk up to the altar. I can only take a few photos with my wife and children on the observation deck. If I am alone, I will definitely be there.
We visited this place in the afternoon of our first day in Saipan. The road to the confined island is unrepaired so be prepared for bumps. The entrance to the path is not obvious. We found it was also due to several cars parked around. It takes about an hour and a half to walk and it's still pretty tough! You need to make sure you have good quality shoes and have a hat and lots of water. I wasn't prepared for this difficult hike and wear slippers...but it's definitely worth the hard work. I just hope this place stays pristine forever!
The Forbidden Island is an outlying island of Saipan. It can't go through at high tide. If the tide goes down, you can pass it, but no one goes back up. This island is actually the place where the indigenous people held ceremonies in the past.