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Dive into Visually Stunning Caves in Okinawa


Take a scuba diving or snorkeling tour of Okinawa’s Blue Cave while learning about protecting the ocean and its coral reefs


Get up close with teeming schools of tropical fish on a coral reef and then plunge into an undersea cave illuminated by otherworldly blue light—one of the most photogenic places in all of Japan. These are only some of the experiences available when you try a beginner-friendly diving or snorkeling tour off Okinawa, a mecca for environmentally conscious travelers. 



Okinawa’s Blue Cave is truly breathtaking. This limestone formation at Cape Maeda in Onna Village is suffused with blue light because of its highly reflective white floor. The color of the light changes throughout the day, making this experience different every time. You can get up close with tropical fish and intriguing rock formations in this incredible aquatic environment.



Contribution to Sustainability

The tour provider, Murunu-shi, is committed to supporting the Green Fins initiative in Okinawa. This worldwide campaign works to protect the planet’s coral reefs and is supported by UN Environment Programme (UNEP). As part of their commitment, Murunu-shi has abolished disposable plastic products at their facilities.




Okinawa Gala Aoiumi facility 915 Takashiho, Yomitan-son, Nakagami-gun, Okinawa-ken


approx. 180 min. or more


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