A crystal clear beach surrounded by beautiful coral reefs.
Sunset at Taga Beach
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When visiting the Northern Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean, don’t leave without swimming at Taga Beach.
From the top, you’ll notice this beautiful little bay surrounded by about 15-foot cliffs on both sides. Locals and visitors find it exciting to jump off the rocks and make a big splash into the clean and blue waters. If you’re afraid of heights, there are man made stairs and ladders to the beach which makes this beach great for all ages. The sandy seabed stretches out to the Pacific Ocean. Colorful coral reefs are situated on both sides of the bay. It is also the perfect spot to catch an amazing sunset. Definitely worth a stop.
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Bring a snorkel mask and some sunblock, you might stay there all day.
August 22, 2016
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