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Choose your own adventure during a flexible full-day private group sightseeing tour on Okinawa. Experience the unique culture of this Japanese island as you select from among activities like the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Shuri Castle, Churaumi Aquarium, and much more. Private vehicle transport and a driver are included, and an optional guide is also available.
Explore Okinawa aboard a private vehicle during this customizable group trip
Visit Okinawa highlights like the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Shuri Castle or Churaumi Aquarium
Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
Includes a driver and choice of vehicle options based on group size
Great way to design the perfect day out in Okinawa
Get picked up in the morning from your group’s accommodations in Naha. You’ll travel aboard your pre-selected private vehicle option on a customizable sightseeing trip of this intriguing Japanese island region.
What you see and do is up to you. You might choose to explore Shuri Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, visit the whale sharks at Churaumi Aquarium, or view the scenic rock formations at Cape Manza. Some potential itinerary options are detailed below. You’ll be dropped off at your original departure point at the end of the day.
Raging wave at the cliff of protuberant coral reef and a dazzling view of emerald ocean. Manzamo was named by the king of the Ryukyu kingdom when he visited there in the begging of the 18th century. Natural grass is spread over and the cluster of plants has been designated as okinawa's scenic beauty. Visit and see the grand beauty of the view!
Fukushu-en Garden was opened in 1992 to commemorate ten years of friendship with Naha's sister city in China, Fuzhou. Indeed, most of the wood and stone used in the construction of Fukushu-en was brought from Fuzhou.
Shikinaen (識名園) was constructed in the end of the 18th century as the second residence of the Ryukyu kings. It features beautiful, relatively simple, wooden palace buildings with Okinawan style, red tile roofs and a spacious Japanese style landscape garden with a central pond. While the garden is designed in a style seen elsewhere in Japan, the architecture and flora give Shikinaen a uniquely Okinawan flavor.
The Tamaudun Mausoleum (玉陵) was built around the beginning of the 16th century as the mausoleum for the royal family of the Ryukyu Kingdom. It was restored after suffering extensive damage during the war. The mausoleum is located only a short walk from Shuri Castle, and is also included as one of the UNESCO World Heritage designated Castles of the Ryukyu Kingdom and Related Sites.
Whilst certainly unusual, this particular quirk doesn’t detract from the beach’s appeal, and it’s a popular spot with both locals and foreign visitors. It’s the only beach within Naha where you can swim, making it ideal for those staying nearby or on a short stopover in the city.
Tsushima-maru Memorial Museum is a place where exhibits and storage the documents of the Incident of Tsushima-maru sinking occured in Wakasa, Naha-city August 22nd 1994. The museum opened to tell this tragic incident and the importance of peace to next generation on August 22nd 2004 after the 60 years of the war end.
The family of victims demand for Tsushima-maru investigation in 1997 and was discovered on December 12th. However, It's hard to conduct the refloatation operations, They conducted the memorial service for the victims and built Tsushima-maru Memorial Museum as an alternate proposal.
Tsuboya Yachimun Street is a street located in Naha, Okinawa. About 300 years ago various potters scattered in various places began to gather here. Now it is a popular spot for dealers of pottery to line up their wares and sell them. The street itself has cobblestone and red brick houses on it and exudes an atmosphere unique to Okinawa, and is fun just to walk down. There are dealers and antique shops as well as cafes to take a break at, and it’s definitely a place you’d do well to visit if you came to Okinawa.
Shurei means to “observe proprieties” and on the framed wooden plaque hanging above this gate are the characters that read Shurei no Kuni, meaning “Ryukyu Kingdom is a land of propriety”. Shurijo Castle has many stonewalls and castle gates, but the Shureimon gate has a well-balanced design and an elegant atmosphere. This gate, which represents Shurijo Castle, is constructed in the traditional Chinese architectural style of Pailou.