Marine Walk & Blue Cave Diving Experience (Okinawa)

Okinawa is located in the southwestern part of Japan, close to China and Taiwan. It is surrounded by beautiful ocean waters and attracts visitors from all over the world as a resort where you can enjoy the everlasting summer of a subtropical climate. The islands of Okinawa are scattered over an area of about 1,000 km east and west, with each island having its own unique culture, such as the main island of Okinawa and Ishigaki Island near the southernmost point of the prefecture.


Experience diving in the popular Blue Cave! A PADI instructor will guide everyone. Even first-timers can enjoy the experience.
After diving, try a marine walk experience.
Your head doesn’t get wet at all during a marine walk, so it’s easy to breathe. Enjoy the beautiful waters of Okinawa to the fullest.

Popular Blue Cave Diving Experience

Diving is one of the typical activities enjoyed by visitors to Okinawa. An oxygen tank lets you enjoy the splendors of Okinawa’s aquatic world. All the instructors will provide training in how to breathe and how to swim, so you can have a worry-free dive. In the crystal-clear waters, enjoy the highly transparent sea where beautiful tropical fish drift by. All equipment required for this tour is lent free of charge.
The Blue Cave is found in Onna Village in central Okinawa. This is a popular destination thanks to the magical blue tint of the ocean waters. In this one precious location you can encounter coral reefs and tropical fish before you proceed to enter the cave, making it a site where you can experience all the splendors of Okinawa’s oceans at once.

The Blue Cave is enveloped by a mystical blue light. Be sure to visit this place for a memory of your trip to Okinawa. You will be taken to the dive point by boat so there’s no need to carry heavy equipment.

Basic Information

Cost

From 14,000 yen