In a virgin forest of tree ferns, ancient dinosaurs appear! You can go around the course in about 30–40 minutes, and there are rest areas along the way. Enjoyed by families with children, couples, and a wide variety of visitors.
Ancient dinosaurs, said to have lived about 100 million years ago, appear in a virgin forest of tree ferns at Dino Park Yanbaru Subtropical Forest. Here, you will feel like you've slipped back in time to the age of the dinosaurs. There are also many unusual and exotic plants in the park, one reason why it is so attractive and exciting. Many beautiful flowers bloom in each different season. You can get around the course in about 30–40 minutes. There are rest areas along the way, so you can enjoy the park as a family, couple, or otherwise. There are more than 80 dinosaurs in Dino Park Yanbaru Subtropical Forest. There are a wide variety of dinosaurs such as tyrannosaurus, stegosaurus, brachiosaurus, and so on. When you walk in the park, you can hear the roar of the dinosaurs, and feel the powerful movement of the dinosaurs in the forest — these make for an exciting and adventurous experience! Paths in the park are well maintained. You will feel a comfortable atmosphere with the sunlight filtering through the tall trees of the subtropical forest, so even if you just walk the paths, you can enjoy the nature of Okinawa. Also, dinosaur eggs are hidden in the trees, so you can enjoy finding them! After passing through the kids’ space, there is a dinosaur shop. In the store, various dinosaur goods are on display. There is also a sweets factory that you can enjoy shopping in while visiting the factory. And there are desserts with dinosaur motifs such as “Gaogao Dinosaur Baumkuchen,” which looks like fossils buried in the stratum, and “Gaogao Dinosaur Cookies.”
9:00 - 18:00 (Last entry 17:30)
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