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Diving Kerama


  • 22 Seabed Desert
    Stark white sand spreads over the seabed. Sand tornados and other natural beauty attracts divers.
  • 23 North of the Lighthouse
    Swimming with the current, you can observe sea fans, crevasses and pigmy sweepers.
  • 24 Under the Screwpine
    The shallow shore has some reefs where colorful fish are swimming around. Suitable for photography and fish watching.

  • 25 Amuro Coral Reef
    As fish are fed, platax teira , blue-striped snapper and dozens of others will flock around you.

  • 26 Nishibama
    The shallow water is safe and comfortable for beginning divers. Reefs cover a gentle sand slope.

  • 27 Uchakashi iYuhinaj
    This dynamic landscape includes a precipitously dropped wall. Beautiful corals in the shallows and dogtooth tuna offshore can be observed.

  • 28 Nita Cave
    A wide opening lets sunlight inside, beginning divers can enjoy the site without worry. Coral reefs outside are beautiful as well.

  • 29 Takachinshi
    Fascinating marine life; sea fans cover the cave's wall, dogtooth tuna swim around the cave, and slender sprat are near the waters surface.

  • 30 Tomumoya North
    Because the ridge of reefs are on the seabed and currents flow from different directions, dogtooth tuna and barracuda can be seen year-round.

  • A Gahi Ushiji (Akan Nakase)
    Acropora, or generally referred to as table coral, and Seriatopora, or eda coral, are just exquisite. You can often encounter various unique fish such as the Nokogiridai fish (gnathodentex-aureolineatus), Adeyako fish (pomacanthus-xanthometopon), and the napoleon fish around the root of Acropora and Seriatopora.

  • W Kubanishi (Cave course)
    Kubanishi is an interesting diving spot because of its complicated terrain changes! An abundance of colorful Acropora and Seriatopora makes this a great spot to observe the spawning of Giant cuttlefish.

  • X Shimozone
    From the depth of 5m, you will go down to 50m in the blink of an eye. A coral root is hidden in the middle of the open sea. A flock of dogtooth tunas gather like a wall and whale sharks can sometimes be seen at this spot, too!

  • F Maejima Paraiso
    Here you will find endless beautiful white sand! Maejima Paraiso, an uninhabited island between Kerama and Cheebishi Islands, is a popular spot to observe countless healthy coral reefs.

  • 31 Ugan
    Tremendous drop-off of 30-meter vertical falls into the deep. Dogtooth tuna and other big migratory fish often swim through the area.

  • 32 Gishippu Waterway iKamiguj
    Popular fish can be observed; many anemonefish and orange-dashed goby in the sand area. The weak current is suitable for beginning divers.

  • 33 Kuro Island North Twin Rocks
    Stellar water clarity and dynamic landscape make this site very popular. Gobies can be observed in deepwater.

  • H Gishipp (Akaya)
    The table corals and many other types of coral reefs in the shallow ocean are beautiful. Itfs a great spot to see anemone fish and peculiar gobies.

  • E Tokashiku beach Mae (In front of Tokashiku Beach)
    You can encounter shadows of fish around the man-made fish shelters. Also, you can see clown anemonefish and Touaka Kumanomi (saddleback clownfish), which are popular among divers

  • B Ariga iCablej
    There are numerous colorful fish such as Hanadai (crimson sea bream) come around the root of corals. During the summer, flocks of baby fish come around the root like clouds in the sky. You can also see a great number of Garden eels from the sandy ocean bottom.

  • C Sanbonne
    The spot where you can feed fish! Rokusen-suzumedai (scissor-tail sergeant) and Yellow goatfish come and gather for food. It is the recommended spot for those who like to play with fish.

  • 34 Rirukawa
    Table coral expands without limits, and almost no current. You'll see pigmy sweeper, cuttlefish and many other sealife.

  • G Hanari beach Mae (In front of Hanari Beach)
    The diving spot of Aharen beach! Its shallow water and plenty of coral reef roots make a safe and fun spot for beginners. Also, a great number of experts come to this spot to observe Japanese eagle rays.

  • 36 Unse iGufachij
    Dogtooth tuna and mackerel are a favorite in summer, even manta can be observed in winter but be careful with the strong currents.

  • 37 Arari
    Sea fans, big ones up to 2 meters in diameter, decorate the landscape between the reefs. Manta often show up in the site.

  • 38 Jitsuru
    The dramatic drop-off and mature coral reefs captivate divers. From summer to fall is the best season for diving.

  • D Nozaki
    You will see Butterfly fish and other colorful fish. The coral shelves are presented throughout the water as deep as 15m in depth. After the wall-like coral shelves, you can explore the wide sandy ocean bottom.

  • Q Tamalulu
    The corals spread out on one-side of the reefs and a flock of fish around the coral shelf is a fascinating sight. Holes and cracks on the coral shelf make the whole atmosphere even more fantastic.

  • V Kuroshima (Kuroshima Island)
    Dynamic water landscape and shadows of fish! Hundreds of batfish gather in flocks and a great numbers of migratory fish, such as Giant Travellies and Dogtooth tuna can be seen here.

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