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Go Waterfall Trekking & Canyoning at Iriomote Island!

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If you visit Iriomote Island, you cannot leave without going trekking and canyoning! Join this tour to see the colorful fishes and coral reefs under the clear seawater! Iriomote Island is Okinawa's second largest island. Is it largely undeveloped, and nearly 90 percent of the island is covered by dense jungle and mangrove forests. Most of the forest makes up the Iriomote National Park, which is Japan's southernmost national park. The island's attractions are based around tours to Iriomote Island's abundant nature including sea and river kayaking, canyoning, canoeing, and trekking! This tour offers you with the opportunity to enjoy nature through canyoning and trekking! Detailed itineraries: There are 2 courses you can choose from. A) Waterfall Trekking & Canyoning Course You can enjoy Iriomote's nature by canyoning and waterfall trekking in the jungle. -Canoyoning (40m) -Trekking (50m) -Lunch -Waterfall hiking *Please note that the schedule can change due to the weather conditions. B) Mangrove Canoyoning and Jungle Trekking You can enjoy Iriomote's nature by canyoning and jungle trekking -Canoyoning (1-2h) -Lunch -Trekking (3-4h) *Please note that the schedule can change due to the weather conditions. Why we love it: - You will be amazed by the beautiful waterfall, and the fresh air at Iriomote Island! - Since nearly 90 percent of the island is covered by the dense jungle and mangrove forests, you will enjoy the beauty of nature! - A professional guide will teach you how to do canyoning and trekking! - Beginners are welcome to try canyoning and trekking! - You will never forget the beauty of Iriomote Island! - If you are interested in outdoor activities at Iriomote Island, don't miss this chance! It will be your unforgettable experience! Don't miss this opportunity and make your trip unforgettable! Enjoy the outdoor activities while you explore the nature around you!

If you visit Iriomote Island, you cannot leave without going trekking and canyoning! Join this tour to see the colorful fishes and coral reefs under the clear seawater! Iriomote Island is Okinawa's second largest island. Is it largely undeveloped, and nearly 90 percent of the island is covered by dense jungle and mangrove forests. Most of the forest makes up the Iriomote National Park, which is Japan's southernmost national park. The island's attractions are based around tours to Iriomote Island's abundant nature including sea and river kayaking, canyoning, canoeing, and trekking! This tour offers you with the opportunity to enjoy nature through canyoning and trekking! Detailed itineraries: There are 2 courses you can choose from. A) Waterfall Trekking & Canyoning Course You can enjoy Iriomote's nature by canyoning and waterfall trekking in the jungle. -Canoyoning (40m) -Trekking (50m) -Lunch -Waterfall hiking *Please note that the schedule can change due to the weather conditions. B) Mangrove Canoyoning and Jungle Trekking You can enjoy Iriomote's nature by canyoning and jungle trekking -Canoyoning (1-2h) -Lunch -Trekking (3-4h) *Please note that the schedule can change due to the weather conditions. Why we love it: - You will be amazed by the beautiful waterfall, and the fresh air at Iriomote Island! - Since nearly 90 percent of the island is covered by the dense jungle and mangrove forests, you will enjoy the beauty of nature! - A professional guide will teach you how to do canyoning and trekking! - Beginners are welcome to try canyoning and trekking! - You will never forget the beauty of Iriomote Island! - If you are interested in outdoor activities at Iriomote Island, don't miss this chance! It will be your unforgettable experience! Don't miss this opportunity and make your trip unforgettable! Enjoy the outdoor activities while you explore the nature around you!

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