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Blue Cave Snorkeling Adventure from Cape Maeda
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Swim with tropical marine life in the mystical Blue Cave with your own eyes during your snorkeling adventure by dramatic Cape Maeda. Enjoy feeding fish and other sea creatures in Okinawa's clear seas.

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Awesome!!

2020/04/18 Solo Travelers Kate

Great experience to see the Blue Cave and surrounding nursery reef. The guide was great and able to answer any question. And when you get the food to feed the fish, it's so much fun to have them all surround you begging ...

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2020/03/14 Couples Khoo Yih Perng

The guide Ayu-san was very friendly and helpful in explaining things. he spoke English well too. We got to feed the fish and explore the blue cave too. he took great photos of us during the snorkeling. Awesome experience...

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Perfect experience for beginners!

2020/03/10 Friends Eve

First time snorkeling, this was definitely easy to get started! Guide was kind and patient, pulled a buoy for people who can’t swim so that we can use this to view the water underneath without worrying too much on safety...

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  • Any cancellations made after 18:00 local time, 1 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

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Blue Cave Snorkeling Adventure from Cape Maeda
Swim with tropical marine life in the mystical Blue Cave with your own eyes during your snorkeling adventure by dramatic Cape Maeda. Enjoy feeding fish and other sea creatures in Okinawa's clear seas.