Artículos for the theme Outdoor Activities in Okinawa

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Iriomote Island is the largest island of the Yaeyama Islands (Yaeyama-shoto), the group of 19 sub-tropical islands in the deep south western waters of Okinawa P

Scuba diving in Okinawa

The coastal waters of Okinawa coast are ideal for both fish and divers. You can see an impressive variety of aquatic species, as well as coral reefs.

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Sightseeing in Okinawa by car

In Okinawa, roads are the only means of connection inland and between the small islands. By car !

The Miyako Islands

Further south-west than Okinawa, the tropics meet Japan on the Miyako Islands.

Okinawa Travel: Kume Island

Long white sandy beaches, cliffs, caves, jungle, sugar cane fields, castle remains...Kumejima is a 59km² compendium of cultural and natural sites.


Explore Iejima, a small paradise island with a surprising topography!

Urauchi River, Iriomote

Iriomote Island

Iriomote-jima holds a special place in the Japanese imagination, with its outstanding wild flora, fauna and endemic species.

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Dai Sekirinzan Park

Dai Sekirinzan Park: read a guide to Dai Sekirinzan Park in the north of Okinawa main island - part geological wonder, part nature reserve, part a great hiking and walking destination.

Kabira Bay Ishigaki Okinawa Emerald Water

Kabira Bay on Ishigaki Island in the Yaeyama Islands of Okinawa, is Ishigaki's main tourist draw and is an awe-inspiring and beautiful natural site.