Sign in for a personalized experience.
Japan Guide Homepage
Travel
Living
Forum
Restaurants
Shopping
Jobs
Friends
Question Forum
-
Classifieds
-
Friends
-
Language Exchange
-
Tutors
-
Schools
-
Member Area

Home - Question Forum
Naha daily tours

ask a new question  -  post a reaction

Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question,
please post it. Thank you!

Note that this thread has not been updated in a long time, and its content might not be up-to-date anymore.

Naha daily tours 2012/9/7 15:51
Dear Friends

We (9 people) will travel to Naha on November 4, for one day only. What are the best places to visit and how? Is there any daily tour for Naha only and how much?

Please advise.

Thanks!
Stanley

by STANLEY (guest)  

Re: Naha daily tours 2013/3/8 05:40
It's hard to move around on Okinawa without a car.
There might be some tours but it's not that flexible, and there might not offer a service in English if non of you guys know Japanese.
There is a taxi tourt without a guide, without English, without entrance fee to the places you go. It's up to 9 passengers and they would go around the touristic spots for 30000 yen to 40 000 yen around 350$ for everyone.
Link in Japanese
http://www4.ocn.ne.jp/~uutaxi/taxi_price2.htm

U can also rent a car, maybe it's the cheapest way to travel around, ( around 170$ for a big car plus gas) but u need to be well prepared, and I assume it's difficult to drive it because it's a huge car and we drive on left.

It all depends what you wanna do there. Learn about Okinawan Culture? Beaches and the ocean? Americanization? Discover Japanese culture? Learn about the WW2? Okinawan history?Shopping( the worst thing you can do)?
If u like the ocean and beaches, better to go to north.
Shuri castle is the best place to see the history of Okinawa.

Good luck
Cheers

by Yasu (guest) rate this post as useful

reply to this thread

Advertisement

Online Reservations
Hotel
 
Car
 
Flight
 
Bus

(check-in)

Related Pages

Travel
Living
Japan A-Z
Community
Sightseeing
Accommodation
Transportation
Shopping
Essentials
Regions
Prefectures
Cities
Working
Studying
Living Cost
Apartments
Arts and Crafts
Entertainment
History
Religion
Etiquette
Food
Language
Tradition
Question Forum
Classifieds
Trip Reports
Member Area
Sightseeing Guide
Hokkaido
Sapporo
Otaru
Hakodate
Noboribetsu
Niseko
Furano
Daisetsuzan
Shiretoko
more...
Tohoku
Sendai
Matsushima
Hiraizumi
Hachimantai
Hirosaki
Lake Towada
Dewa Sanzan
Aizu
more...
Kanto
Tokyo
Yokohama
Kamakura
Hakone
Nikko
Kawagoe
Kusatsu
Narita
more...
Chubu
Nagoya
Mount Fuji
Izu Peninsula
Matsumoto
Kiso Valley
Takayama
Shirakawa-go
Kanazawa
more...
Kansai
Kyoto
Osaka
Nara
Kobe
Himeji
Mount Koya
Kumano
Ise Shima
more...
Chugoku
Hiroshima
Miyajima
Okayama
Kurashiki
Tottori
Matsue
Iwakuni
Hagi
more...
Shikoku
Takamatsu
Kotohira
Naoshima
Matsuyama
Kochi
Tokushima
Naruto
Iya Valley
more...
Kyushu
Fukuoka
Nagasaki
Kumamoto
Mount Aso
Beppu
Kagoshima
Kirishima
Yakushima
more...
Okinawa
Honto
Kume
Miyako
Yaeyama
Copyright © 1996-2014 japan-guide.com All rights reserved
home - site map - privacy policy - terms of use - contact - employment - Lɂ‚ - advertising