On this popular plan, you can experience the nature of Iriomote Island, a World Heritage Site, through two river activities: splash canyoning, and SUP or canoeing. Enjoy the thrills and spills of jungle play on Iriomote!
• Target age for this activity : 6 years old to 65 years old • The exact start and end time will change depending on the day, so we will contact you the day before the tour with details of the meeting time • If the shop does not contact you by the evening of the previous day, please contact us via email or using the guest inquiry form in our website • Please change into clothes suitable for getting wet before gathering for the tour • Please visit the restroom before the tour; there is no restroom near the activity site • If you will be late, please contact us as soon as possible • We cannot accept participation after drinking alcohol 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.
On this popular plan, you can experience the nature of Iriomote Island, a World Heritage Site, through two river activities. Try canoeing or SUP (stand up paddleboard), plus splash canyoning, in the Clear Stream of Mangrove Forest on Iriomote Island! ⭑ Splash canyoning On the canyoning trip, you can go down the valley in one go. Wearing a life jacket and helmet, enjoy the thrills of jumping into waterfalls and splashing down rivers. ⭑ Coola Falls Mangrove SUP/canoeing In mangrove cruising, choose from SUP or canoeing through the mangrove forests created by the nature of Iriomote Island, and aim for a waterfall called "Lucky Waterfall." Stand up paddleboard, or "SUP," is the way to enjoy such nature in style. It's a new activity of standing on the board and rowing (of course you can enjoy sitting). On the other hand, canoeing is the easiest way to experience the overflowing nature of Iriomote. It can be enjoyed by people of all ages, from small children to seniors, and should not be missed when you visit Okinawa.