Day 01: Arrive Naha (-/-/-)
You will be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel for the next three nights.
Day 02: Naha – South Okinawa – Naha (B/-/-)
After breakfast you will meet your tour guide at a designated meeting place in Okinawa, then depart on a fantastic tour of the South! Visit Shuri Castle (please note that the admission fee is not included and must be paid on arrival). Now a University Campus, the original Ryukyuan gusuku was mostly destroyed during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945. Continue to Okinawa World where you can explore a beautiful natural limestone cave, as well as a traditional craft village. Admire the stunning glass at the Ryukyu Glass Village, then wander through the Okinawa Outlet Mall. Your tour will conclude at the same point as your morning meeting point and you will need to make your own way back to your hotel.
Day 03: Naha – North Okinawa – Naha (B/-/-)
Today includes a full day tour of Northern Okinawa. You will meet at the same departure point as yesterday, then travel to the Nago Pineapple Park. This tropical fruit park boasts beautiful gardens. Continue to Kourijima for stunning ocean views, then the Ocean Expo Park, home of the impressive Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium. Visit Okiashigoten, famous for its sweet treats including delicious Beni-imo sweet potato, then stop at Cape Manza. This stunning scenic area is popular with locals and tourists alike. Your tour will conclude at your original meeting point.
Day 04: Depart Naha (B/-/-)
Enjoy the day at your leisure until it is time to transfer to the airport for your onward flight.
Number of Days 4
Price From $1149
Surcharges may apply.
1 day South SIC Tour: visit Okinawa World, Ryuku Glass Village, Okinawa Outlet Mall, and more.
1 day North SIC Tour: wander through Nago Pineapple Park, Ocean Expo Park, Cape Manza, and more.
3 nights accommodation
Return airport transfers (airport bus)
English speaking guides
International Airfares and taxes
Any other service not mentioned
$ Price (Twin Share)
From $1,149 per person (land only, low season)