Snorkel the Emerald Waters of Ishigaki Island

Overview

Enjoy the shimmering emerald waters of Ishigaki Island on this fun snorkeling tour! The ocean surrounding Ishigaki is one of Japan's most beautiful waters, and is full of diverse marine life. You might even see rarer creatures like manta rays if you're lucky!

Highlights

  • [Manta Ray! Turtle!! Coral Garden!!!] Discover Japan's most beautiful waters with famous Manta Rays, Turtles and amazing Coral Garden of Kabira, Ishigaki.
  • [Easy!] From 5 years above can join our Snorkeling! Join with family and friend!!
  • [Feel!!] You have a chance to see graceful Manta rays and friendly Turtles right in front of you! Make your day un-forgettable!! in Kabira is very shallow, so that you can see them very close! And Go snorkeling in the waters of one of Japan’s most scenic national parks, and fall in love with the sea

Key Information

Important Information

- Destination will change by the sea condition. We will go to safe Coral garden instead of Manta Point, when it's high wave and winter time with north wind. - Half-day afternoon course does not include visiting manta point, please join the morning 2 sites course if you wish to try spotting manta rays. - Lunch and transportation service is not available for half-day course. - Please understand that in booking this activity, we may share your booking information (but without individually identifiable data) to the Ministry of the Environment, with which this activity is affiliated. By making a booking, you signify that you agree to these terms.

Description

Ishigaki island is located to the west of the main island of Okinawa and is a treasure trove of colorful coral reefs and tropical fishes. Snorkeling and diving is the best way to immerse yourself in this aquatic wonderland. You might even have a chance to see manta rays depending on the season! Take this opportunity to go snorkeling in one of Japan's most beautiful ocean to see colorful, lively fishes and coral reefs that sparkle when the sunlight shines through. Our tours are available in Chinese, English, and Japanese.

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