Busena Marine Parkブセナ海中公園
Busena Marine Park is located at Cape Busena, near Nago City. An underwater observatory has been built in the waters off the cape, providing a 360-degree view of the beautifully colored fish through 24 underwater windows. Glass-bottomed boats depart from the pier near the observatory, enabling visitors to “stroll” through the ocean. Please note that there is an admission charge for the observatory, and there is also a charge for the trips in the glass-bottomed boats (packages combining the two activities at a specially reduced price are available).
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I have done skin diving in this Centre back in 2015. It was a wonderful experience. Last week, I brought my son to do fun diving here again.
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- [Undersea Observation Tower Apr.-Oct.] 9:00-18:00
[Undersea Observation Tower Nov.-Mar.] 9:00-17:30 (Last entry is 30 minutes )
[Glass bottom boat Apr-Oct.] First flight 9:10 Last flight 17:30
[Glass bottom boat Nov.-Mar.] First flight 9:10 Last flight 17:00
- open everyday (may be discontinued due to sea conditions)
- [Underwater observation tower] Adults 1030 yen, High college student 820 yen, Children (4 years old-Junior High School Students) 520 yen
[grass bottom boat] Adults 1540 yen, High college student 1230 yen, Children 770 yen
[set fee Friday] Adults 2060 yen, High college student 1650 yen,
- Parking Lot
- Credit Card
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