Komentarze (26) (Tsuji Beach) 空港や国際通りからも近く、那覇市内唯一の海水浴場として人気の「波の上ビーチ」の西側、「波の上緑地」に「那覇シーサイドパーク」が4月27日にオープンしました！ 更衣室やシャワー、トイレなど施設が整っており、エントリーしやすいスロープも。講習や体験ダイビングに便利なほか、ニシキテグリなど生物も充実しており、これから人気がでそう。詳細は改めてPADIのウェブサイトでも紹介予定なので要チェック！
Airport and close to the Kokusai-Dori, Naha Seaside Park opened as a bathing place in the city only. "on the West of the"popular naminoue Beach"wave"green 4/27! Also equipped facilities such as changing rooms, showers and toilets, and easy entry. Organisms such as Alastair also boasts convenient addition training and scuba diving from this popular so. Stay tuned because more are presented too PADI website again! (Translated by Bing) (Taka Diving Service) Nathan Kaempfer Thanks for the hot dive tip it was a great source. So the full report, flew into Miyako at sunset, stayed at a hostel near their "Kokusai Street" (3000Y/night), rented a car (3000Y/day), picked up tanks (1000Y/tank if referred by Taka Dive Shop otherwise 2000Y/tank) actually very difficult to find tanks we had to go straight to the wholesale gas company (most people do the all inclusive boat dives 12000Y/day which includes lunch and three tanks), we drove south towards Kurima Island as locals said best place to beach dive. It is a 1K swim from the west facing beach to get to deep waters. We opted to stay in the shallow near the finger style reefs near the beach as they are full of life (Eels, lobster, sea turtle, tons of life). Then we drove to Boragawa Beach almost all the way to the light house on the southern cape. Definitely recommend this dive, it was extremely low tide so we walked the reef out and jumped in (careful many crown of thorns here) but the reef is from 5-10ft below surface to 65 ft at low tide. There are networks of "tunnels" and cracks in the reef that made this an incredible dive allowing you to stay at 50 - 65 ft and cruise near the sandy bottom. Felt a lot like cave diving in many places. Then when you are finished get rid of the tanks and swim east along the shore line (you can kayak or walk if the tide is low enough) and there is a famous cave right at the same beach that has limestone formations and a fresh water stream/waterfalls inside. The rock is like velcro so you can cilmb in and up no problem. You have to swim into the cave and at high tide you might not be able to spot the opening very easily. There are many locals taking tours there so you can follow them. Then we drove the rest of the island and I left that night. I recommend getting involved in the local drinking tradition. Don't ask me why there is a German Cultural Center out their either. Good times, good livin!