Okinawa Drive Package

Okinawa, the southernmost part of Japan, is the group of 160 subtropical islands known as the Ryukyu Islands. The seas surrounding Okinawa’s islands are considered among the world’s most beautiful with coral reefs and abundant marine wildlife making snorkeling and scuba diving some of the top attractions. Okinawa is well known for its unique culture and cuisine which is quite different to that of mainland Japan. There are also many preserved sites and theme parks where it’s possible to step back in time.Looking for something different? Why not try one of our JTB drive packages! Make your own personal itinerary and travel at your own pace where you can meet the locals and share experiences.

Suggested Itinerary

Day 1: Okinawa – Shuri-jo Castle – Fukushuen Garden – Naha
Day 2: Sefa-uaki sacred site – Kaigungo Navy HQ Park – Okinawa World
Day 3: Ryukyu Mura Park – Cape Zanpa – Nakagusuku Castle – Zakimi Castle
Day 4-5: Churaumi Aquarium & Ocean Park – Busena Underwater Park – Fruits Land

DAY 1: NAHA > BUSENA

Naha City: The capital of Okinawa prefecture . Naha is an extremely intriguing city that has a distinctly different feel to the rest of Japan.
Shuri-jo Castle: A World Heritage Site showing its exceptional cultural and historical values in its unique stonework and architectural design.

DAY 2: NAHA > BUSENA

Sefa-uaki sacred site: An important sacred site of the Okinawa religion . Located on a densely forested hillside along the ocean and features several rock formations which are connected by walking trails.

DAY 3: NAHA > BUSENA

Cape Zanpa: A picturesque spot on the western peninsula of Okinawa Island , take the time to visit the lighthouse and explore its history and heritage.
Nakagusuku Castle Ruins: Only ruins remain of the castle today, but these are well preserved and the castle’s division into multiple citadels can still clearly be recognized.

DAY 4-5: NAHA > BUSENA

Churaumi Aquarium & Ocean Park: Visit one of the largest aquariums in the world!
Busena Marine Park:
From the underwater observatory with 24 windows giving a 360-degree view, you can watch the underwater world four meters below sea level.


A valid International driver’s license is required to drive in Japan. Petrol, toll charges and parking fees are not included in tour prices.

 

 





















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