Okinawa Sightseeing
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沖縄の海に飛び込む若者 | Omakase Okinawa Sightseeing Tour
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Omakase Okinawa Sightseeing Tour

OKINAWA Sightseeing Tour

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Okinawa Sightseeing

Omakase‘ is the Japanese word for leave it to us!

Local knowledge is golden when it comes to touring a new place and here is no different. We take into account the time of the year, weather and type of group to design a tour around your needs that you will be extremely satisfied with.

We use the Yanbaru region in the main island of Okinawa as the base of our Okinawa sightseeing tour. The area has many points of interest that give great insights to the history, flora and fauna of the region that let it be ratified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Depending on the season, we dine in at a local restaurant or provide a locally made lunch box for lunch. We also provide snacks throughout the day.

Be sure to bring your swimwear to cool off too as we explore some of the lesser known beaches of the northern area. (March-November)

We love a photo here at Active Okinawa and our guide will be your personal photographer. We provide you with all the data when your Okinawa sightseeing tour has finished.

What to Bring

  • Solid footwear (No crocs, heels etc.)
  • Waterproof Jacket
  • Light fleece or down layer (October – March)
  • Swim Wear (March – November)
  • Rash guard (optional)
  • Towel
  • Change of clothes
  • Small Day Pack
  • Sunscreen, Insect Repellent (optional)

We Provide

  • Bilingual Guide
  • Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Snacks
  • Transport to and from accommodation (see map)
  • All photo and video data


  • We operate daily
  • 8:00 am start for accommodation pick-ups
  • 8:30 am start at the meeting point
  • Be prepared for a little bit of walking (1-2 hours depending on the plan)
  • 8-10 hours total with special interest stops and travel time.


  • ¥19800 per person (group of 2 or more) or
  • ¥29800 Private Solo Guide