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Okinawa Essentials: Things to Do in Okinawa for First Timers
Here's a curated list for first-timers in Okinawa who want to see the essentials. Go on convenient bus tours to take you top sights like Churaumi Aquarium and Ryukyu Village. Enjoy marine sports in snorkeling and diving spots like the Blue Cave and Kerama Islands. Your nights will be equally mesmerizing with stargazing tours that take you to see the beautiful night skies of Ishigaki, too. Mix and match as you wish and find the perfect itinerary for your first trip to Okinawa!
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  1. Private English Scuba Diving in the Blue Cave with Churaumi Aquarium Tickets Okinawa Main Island
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    Always wanted to try diving? This is your chance! Learn the basics of scuba diving in the magical Blue Cave, and enjoy the sea life and ocean scenery. Use your entrance tickets to enter the enchanting aquatic world of Churaumi aquarium.
    English Available
    Special

    From USD85.18

    Group Discount
    Daily
    2.5 - 3 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  2. Sail out from Naha, a mere 10-minute drive from the cruise terminal, and enjoy a bird's-eye view of shimmering blue ocean and the Kerama Islands. Add some fun to any day with a quick and fun parasailing experience.
    English Available

    USD66.25

    Daily
    1.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  3. Beginner and Child-Friendly Blue Cave Snorkeling Tour from Onna Okinawa Main Island
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    Perfect for snorkelers of all ages, as long as you are 5 years old or over you can join this adventure to Okinawa's magical Blue Cave with dedicated instructors. Meet cute tropical fish too!
    English Available
    Special

    USD33.12

    Daily
    2 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)