Have fun stand up paddle (SUP) boarding to a majestic sunset at Japan's tropical islands! Paddle across Kerama Blue lagoon’s clear waters, marvel at the marine life of coral reefs, and soak in an unforgettable view of a setting golden sun.
- The activity may be canceled in case of strong winds or high waves - Please note that a beautiful sunset may not be visible due to cloudy weather. In such an event, no refund can be given - Your hand luggage can be stored in an automatic locker for 300 JPY - Children aged 5–10 years old can share a SUP board with an adult. Please book from the option [Child Sharing SUP Board With Adult ] . Total weight of adult and child must be under 120 kg. 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.
There are some places in the world that are so stunning, so captivating, that no pictures or words can do them justice. Kerama Blue lagoon is such a place. Located to the far southwest of Japan in Keramashoto National Park, Kerama Blue is a world-renowned lagoon surrounded by lush tropical islands. The cerulean blue waters are so crystal clear that they are considered some of the most pristine in the world. Experience the myriad of Kerama Blue's natural treasures by stand up paddle (SUP) boarding at sunset! SUP boarding — a standing form of kayaking — is an easy-to-learn water sport that is accessible to different ages. Beginners can readily take part in this activity, as a guide will give a briefing at the beginning and the paddling will take place at a calm bay. Taking off from the white beaches of the famous Tokashiki Island, you'll paddle into the pure waters of Kerama Blue and take in the breathtaking landscape that surrounds you. Through the transparent waters, watch the lagoon’s rich marine life swim by you and go about their lives. Right beneath you will be a vast expanse of coral reefs — an ecosystem that is called the ‘rainforest of the sea’ for containing a quarter of the world’s marine life. As you have fun paddling around and marveling at the variety of aquatic species, you can begin to get a sense of how rich the ecosystem of the coral reefs are. Even when looking away from the waters, the horizon framed by the surrounding islands' mountains and their sandy beaches is a sight to behold. The crowning moment of this experience, however, is when the sun begins to set. The changing colors across the clear sky, the reflection of warm hues across the sea, the sinking golden sun — you'll find it hard to describe the majesty of this experience to your family and friends. Drift freely with the ocean’s current, watching the sun disappear behind the frame of mountains. The feeling of bliss that fills you will be something you will never forget. Book now for a truly special experience of Kerama Blue!