Tinian is Saipan's sister island and is the site from where the Enola Gay took off on its fateful Nagasaki and Hiroshima attack missions. It would be a shame as well as a missed opportunity to come all the way out here to this remote region of the western Pacific and NOT set foot on this island of major historical significance. We'll see the actual runway from which the B-29 bombers took off, the bomb pits, replicas of the bombs, as well as structures built during the Japanese era, and local cultural sites as well. You'll be among the very few people around the world who have set foot on Tinian and relived the world-changing event in which it plays a major--but often overlooked--part. The cost includes round trip airfare, transportation and transfer on both islands.