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What to do in Okinawa
Okinawa is the gorgeous southern prefecture of Japan that’s home to marine wonders, beautiful beaches, world-class dive sites, cherry blossoms, the tastiest seafood and more! Like the rest of Japan, Okinawa is a dream destination that will give you an unforgettable travel experience.
Are you travelling with family? Perfect! Bring everyone to the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, which is one of the biggest and best aquatic museums in the world. If you want to join the marine wildlife for a swim, you can go diving in Okinawa’s incredible dive sites.
Enjoy a day at the pristine beaches of Okinawa too. Take your pick from Okuma Beach, Aragusuku Beach, Sunayama Beach, Nirai Beach, and Kondoi Beach. Answer the call of the ocean and sail off to Ishigaki Island. It’s a perfect romantic experience for you and your partner.
But if you want to get away from it all, you’ll fall in love with Iriomote Island. Be one with nature and spend hours under cool waterfalls, trek the jungles, or paddleboard your way around the island’s mangrove forest.
Add a cultural edge to your travel photos by visiting Okinawa’s nine UNESCO World Heritage sites. There’s Sefa-utaki, Shikinaen, Tamaudun, the Katsurenko Castle remains, Zakimijo Castle remains, Nakagusukujo Castle remains, Nakijinjo Castle remains, Sonohyan-utaki Ishimon and Shurijo Castle.
There are plenty of exciting events in Okinawa too. If you’re dreaming of blloming cherry blossoms, hanami in Okinawa is a more relaxing experience and happens earlier in January too. You should also join in celebrating the Shuri Castle Festival (New Year), Naha dragon-boat races (March), Eisa festivals (August), and the exciting Naha Great Tug of War Festival (October).
When to visit Okinawa
The best time to visit Okinawa to see cherry blossoms is January and July to September for the best water sport experience. Just remember to avoid Okinawa’s rainy season from May to June.
Filipinos need a travel visa to fly to Japan and travel to Okinawa. Find out how to apply for your Japan tourist visa with your Philippine passport and visit the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines for more travel info.
Travelling to and around Okinawa
To reach Okinawa, your plane will be landing at Naha Airport. From there you can reach the cities in Okinawa by taxi, bus, and monorail. You can travel around Okinawa prefecture by plane, ferry, bus, rental cars, and booked tours.
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