Events

ENJOY THESE EVENTS AS THEY HAPPEN ACROSS MICRONESIA!
E.g., 12-05-2022
E.g., 12-05-2022
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SAIPAN

19th Annual Christmas in The Marianas (Saipan)

Holiday cheer abounds at this annual festival featuring Christmas music, caroling, Christmas trees and lights, and island food. Evening hours and venue to be announced. For more information, contact Marianas Visitors Authority Community Projects Specialist Jack Aranda at [email protected] or 1.670.664.3210.
SAIPAN

19th Annual Christmas in The Marianas (Saipan)

oliday cheer abounds at this annual festival featuring Christmas music, caroling, Christmas trees and lights, and island food. Evening hours and venue to be announced. For more information, contact Marianas Visitors Authority Community Projects Specialist Jack Aranda at [email protected] or 1.670.664.3210.
SAIPAN

19th Annual Christmas in The Marianas (Saipan)

Holiday cheer abounds at this annual festival featuring Christmas music, caroling, Christmas trees and lights, and island food. Evening hours and venue to be announced. For more information, contact Marianas Visitors Authority Community Projects Specialist Jack Aranda at [email protected] or 1.670.664.3210.
GUAM

Boonie Stomps - Togcha River

November 26    Togcha River     Difficult     3 miles
We travel through the river and vegetation to find caves & waterfalls
We will head up the Togcha River, going over and under vines, roots, and through mud. Along the way we will explore a few caves and then some waterfalls.
Special Conditions: Crawling through mud, steep slopes up and down, river walking, cave exploring, and Fire Ants.
Bring: 3 liters water, sturdy shoes that can get wet, sun screen, insect repellent, lunch, headlamp, and camera. Long sleeves with hood and pants recommended for fire ants.
Special conditions: Sword grass, river crossing, rope climb, and a muddy swamp
Parking Location: Google Maps or Apple Maps: 13.369352, 144.752569 (side of the road)
SAIPAN

19th Annual Christmas in The Marianas (Saipan)

Holiday cheer abounds at this annual festival featuring Christmas music, caroling, Christmas trees and lights, and island food. Evening hours and venue to be announced. For more information, contact Marianas Visitors Authority Community Projects Specialist Jack Aranda at [email protected] or 1.670.664.3210.
GUAM

Boonie Stomps - Fouha

November 19    Fouha     Medium     1.5 miles
Explore an area that has a significant part in one of Guam’s most enduring legends.
We will head down a trail that will pop us right out onto the beach. From there we will journey to this legendary Fouha Rock. If the tide is right, we will continue to the pools to do some swimming. Very Kid friendly!
Special conditions: Rope climbing, steep slopes, slippery mud, and walking in water.Bring: 2 quarts water, hiking shoes, gloves, sun screen, snacks, and camera (Snorkel and/or kids floaters to swim if tide is right)
Parking Location: Google Maps or Apple Maps: 13.419824585379395, 144.74604817322555 (down the road from theSpecial Conditions: Possible mud, walking through water, and steep slope up and down.
Parking Location: Google Maps or Apple Maps: 13.301649, 144.658951 (side of the road)

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