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Go Snorkeling with Emerald Ocean! - in Ishigaki Island

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Ishigaki island is located to the west of the main island of Okinawa and is a treasure trove of colorful coral reefs and tropical fishes. Snorkeling and diving is the best way to immerse yourself in this aquatic wonderland. You might even have a chance to see the Manta rays during the season! Take this opportunity to go snorkeling in one of Japan's most beautiful ocean to see colorful, lively fishes and coral reefs that sparkle when the sunlight shines through. Here is the basic daily schedule of the tour we have planned for you. 8:30AM Meet up at the dive shop. 9:00AM Depart to the snorkeling spot by boat. -1st Point: Coral reef (Half day course will go back to the shop 11:30) -2nd Point: Manta ray point 13:00PM Go back to the dive shop. -Lunch time. 15:00PM Go back to hotel. *Transportation service is available for the one day course. (Reservation required) *The half day course will not be going to the Manta point. Please join the one day course if you wish to see Manta rays.

Ishigaki island is located to the west of the main island of Okinawa and is a treasure trove of colorful coral reefs and tropical fishes. Snorkeling and diving is the best way to immerse yourself in this aquatic wonderland. You might even have a chance to see the Manta rays during the season! Take this opportunity to go snorkeling in one of Japan's most beautiful ocean to see colorful, lively fishes and coral reefs that sparkle when the sunlight shines through. Here is the basic daily schedule of the tour we have planned for you. 8:30AM Meet up at the dive shop. 9:00AM Depart to the snorkeling spot by boat. -1st Point: Coral reef (Half day course will go back to the shop 11:30) -2nd Point: Manta ray point 13:00PM Go back to the dive shop. -Lunch time. 15:00PM Go back to hotel. *Transportation service is available for the one day course. (Reservation required) *The half day course will not be going to the Manta point. Please join the one day course if you wish to see Manta rays.