Kerama Kayak Center (ケラマカヤックセンター)
The Kerama Kayak Center is a facility offering a range of outdoor activities, located near the Zamami Village Office in the Kerama Islands. Besides a range of kayaking trips, the Center also offers snorkeling, whale-watching etc. in the winter months. Expert guides help visitors to enjoy the beautiful natural scenery of the Kerama Islands (which have been designated a National Park).
Okinawa Pref. Shimajirigunzamamison Zamami 125-2 (Kume Island / Kerama IslandsArea)
9:00-18:00 [Winter] 9:00-17:30
Review of Kerama Kayak CenterTripAdvisor Traveler Rating
We saw a lot of fishes, corals and 3 sea turtles in...
原定要划獨木舟至無人島上, 不過因為風浪關係所以改變計畫到其他無人海灘, 在海灘上稍作休息之後(還有熱茶跟小點心), 就會先去浮潛, 然後再回到海灘上享用教練現煮的沖繩麵, 除中教練會幫你拍照做紀錄, 活動結束之後再郵寄給你, 覺得很不錯!
- Okinawa Pref. Shimajirigunzamamison Zamami 125-2 [map]
- 9:00-18:00 [Winter] 9:00-17:30
- Irregular holidays
- [1DAY Tour-] 12,500yen (tax included) [Half Sunday Tour-] 7,500yen (tax included) [SUP Tour-] 7,000yen (tax included)
- Parking Lot
- Not available
- Credit Card
- Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, Diners Club)
- Others (Smoking only on the outside terrace Available/Not available in the store)
- English Menu
- Can be enjoyed even on a rainy day
- Average budget
- [Lunch] 5,001-10,000yen
- Estimated stay time
- 120 minutes or more
- Infant friendly
- Yes (3 years old and over)
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- On foot aboutminutes
- about m
- Route from this Station Route from this Bus Stop Route from this IC Route from this Parking
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Let go of your image of a busy, ordered Japan and replace it with crystal-clear waters, white sand beaches, and relaxing folk music: You've arrived in Okinawa. A world away from the high intensity of Tokyo, Okinawans appear to live a laid-back beach life on this paradisiacal tropical island that lies in the middle of the East China Sea almost 1,000 kilometers south of mainland Japan's most southern tip. Home to a spattering of islands, prepare yourself to discover underwater caves, star-shaped sand, and an island culture sometimes unrecognizable from mainland Japan.