Scenic Sightseeing Miyakojima

  • Port

  • Level of difficulties

    Moderate

  • Type

    Meal included

  • Price

    Adults

    USD118.0

  • Duration in hours

    6

  • Shore excursion code

    01SN

Description
In this tour, you will visit popular scenic stops in Miyakojima Island.
Makiyama Observatory is a highest observatory in the island. It is located on the highest place of Irabu Island which shaped the town's symbol 'Sashiba' geometry. You can see Miyako mainland, Kurima Island, and Ikema Island from the Westside, and beautiful sea.
Higashi-hennazaki Cape, located at the southeasternmost of Miyako island, is a cape stuck out into the cobelt blue sea. This cape is approximately 2km long, 160km of width at a maximum, and 20m of height lying between Pacific Ocean and East China Sea. This spot is selected one of the 100 urban parks in Japan. Before going back to the ship, you will have time for shopping at local shopping center. During this tour, you can also enjoy Japanese Miyakojima Style Set Menu lunch.


What we will see In this tour, you will visit popular scenic stops in Miyakojima Island.
Makiyama Observatory is a highest observatory in the island. It is located on the highest place of Irabu Island which shaped the town's symbol 'Sashiba' geometry. You can see Miyako mainland, Kurima Island, and Ikema Island from the Westside, and beautiful sea.
Higashi-hennazaki Cape, located at the southeasternmost of Miyako island, is a cape stuck out into the cobelt blue sea. This cape is approximately 2km long, 160km of width at a maximum, and 20m of height lying between Pacific Ocean and East China Sea. This spot is selected one of the 100 urban parks in Japan. Before going back to the ship, you will have time for shopping at local shopping center. During this tour, you can also enjoy Japanese food.

What you need to know *Due to the capacity of restaurants, guests will have same lunch menu in different restaurants.
*Wear low-heeled, comfortable walking shoes.
*Please note heavy traffic jam will be expected, due to Travel season in Japan.  
*The schedule may be altered according to the local and seasonal reasons.
There is no time/place to exchange money, having Japanese Yen in advance is strongly recommended.?