Next to the Kensington Hotel... It is estimated to be 30 meters by car. It is also possible to walk past the Kensington hotel without driving. The beach here is obviously noisier than the people in the Kensington Hotel area, and the beach is slightly dirty. After all, it is a public area, understandable. There are woods on the beach. If you drive, you can park directly on the grass and take pictures.
Very nice place, very beautiful place. .
Baby Beach, the name of this beach has been translated into Chinese. It is really cute. The scenery of this beach is really beautiful. The sand is also very delicate and clean, and the sea water is also very blue.
Baby Beach, also known as Crystal Bay, is located near the Kensington Hotel Saipan. This is the calmest beach on Saipan. The underwater coral reef forms a protective zone to block the waves from the outer sea from hitting the shore, so the entire Crystal Bay It is very calm, without big waves, and the water depth is between 2-4 meters, which is especially suitable for kayaking and snorkeling. Crystal Bay is relatively unpopular compared to other beaches, but the experience it gives is really great. Before departure, the guide will make briefing for everyone, kayaking to the center of Crystal Bay, and then fix all the kayaks to make the base camp, everyone will snorkel around the base camp; corals can be seen under the water, here There are more corals than Gunkanjima, and there are many types of fish. Because the water is not very deep, wear diving socks when snorkeling. On the one hand, protect your feet from scratches. On the other hand, don’t step on the coral during snorkeling. Just step on the sand and destroy the corals for a long time to grow out (the catch is that there is no bathing place in Crystal Bay, and only after returning from snorkeling can we return to the hotel).
A beach with a very cute name. There are relatively few people here, because there is a big hotel nearby. Usually the guests in the hotel will go to other places to play, so the whole beach is relatively deserted.