COVID: Review the latest FCDO Travel Advice before travelling to or from Northern Mariana Islands
Up to date information for vaccinations before you travel to Northern Mariana Islands are available from the NHS website
For up to date information around safety and security in Northern Mariana Islands read the Foreign & Commonwealth Office latest information for Northern Mariana Islands.
The best time to visit the Northern Mariana Islands is during the dry season from December to February when the precipitation is moderate. The coldest period of the year has pleasant temperatures that average between 73°F (22.8°C) to 81°F (27.2°C).
Visas for the Northern Mariana Islands are not required by nationals referred to in the chart above for stays of up to 90 days
The official currency of Northern Mariana Islands is the United States Dollar (USD). If you're looking to transfer or spend money in Northern Mariana Islands you can grab amazing United States Dollar deals via Wise.com (GBP to USD).
Marianas Flying Fox Fruit Bats, Golden White Eye, Marianas Nightingale Reed Warbler and Mariana fruit dove
The local dish eskabeche consists of fried fish and vegetables marinated in a vinegar sauce. Chicken dishes include kelaguen, a mixture of mincemeat, lemons, shredded coconut, onions, and peppers; chicken estufao, stewed chicken served with rice and salad; and morcizas, a garlicky stuffed, stewed chicken neck.
English, Chamorro and Carolinian are the official languages. Japanese and Korean are widely spoken.
The currency in Northern Mariana Islands is the United States Dollar (97% of the people in the Northern Mariana Islands average tipping percentage in restaurants is between 10% to 18%.).
Local Northern Mariana Islands travel experts are available.
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What is the time difference?
The GMT time difference is 9 hours