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Diving Miyako


  • 6@1Coral Reef
    Lots of table coral formations can be seen from 15 meters deep. There is a wide variation of coral.

  • 62Toriike
    One of the most famous diving sites in Miyako Island. Two ponds that are connected via tunnels with the open sea.

  • 63@Triple Three
    This site is renowned for three arches. There have been plenty of encounters with whitetip reef sharks.

  • 64@Corss Hole
    A cave vertically drops from 5 to 25 meters deep. Schools of caroline sweeper are swirling inside the cave.

  • 65@Double Arch
    Unique geography provides an arch, tunnel and crevasse in the shallows. From April to October is the best time to visit.

  • 66@L-shaped Arch
    A wide open dome and arches are on a reef. Lowly trevally and banded trevally visit here.

  • 67@Shiratori Drop
    Schools of slender cardinalfish apper like a big lacy curtain. Big migratory fish try to prey on them.

  • 68@Nakanoshima Channel
    It is a underwater maze with countless waterways and tunnels. You'll be mesmerized by the beauty of the bright and dark worlds.

  • L Maou no Kyuden (Demon King Palace)
    Once you jump in from the hole made by a flock of coral reefs, your body will almost drag into the deep water and you will arrive at a giant pit called gDemon King Palace.h The sunlight coming down from the top is impressive.

  • M Antonio Gaudi
    This spot is known for its complexity of intertwined arches and its cavefs structure resembles the works of Spanish architect, Antonio Gaudi, famous for his unique and highly individualistic designs.

  • 69 Rock Beauty
    Small rock reefs and table corals convey an underwater minature garden. Blue clavelina can only be seen here.

  • 70 Yaebishi Basslet Arch
    Schools of brushytooth butterflyfish swim gracefully. Dogtooth tuna and other large migratory fish show up at the outer reef.

  • 71 Kijaka
    Corals grow thick near the water surface. A variety of larval fish and unusual fish can be seen here.

  • 72 Yaebishi Sand Garden
    Coral grows in the center of the Yaebishi sand area. Yellow sweepers are beautiful in summer. A good place for photography.

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