Enjoy island-hopping, world-class diving, pristine beaches, and diverse wildlife in the Kerama Islands
Tokashiki Island, Zamami, Aka, and Geruma are the four inhabited islands of the Keramas. Together with the many uninhabited islands that surround them, they make up Keramashoto National Park. The reef-filled waters around the Kerama Islands are renowned for their transparency and are home to many varieties of coral. Winter offers opportunities to watch humpback whales, which migrate to the area to breed. Hike trails on the islands to view white sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs, or join a diving or snorkeling tour to explore the marine environment. The Kerama Islands' close proximity to Naha makes them a viable day-trip excursion from the main island.
Enjoy immaculate white beaches, beautiful sunsets, and whale watching
Enjoy crystal-clear blue waters, white beaches and encounter incredible sea life
Explore crystal-clear waters off Tokashiki Island, the largest of the Kerama Islands
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