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Piranha Divers is a scuba diving company in Okinawa run by a couple Jan and Tomoko, who have about 10 years professional experience in learning and teaching scuba diving. At Piranha Divers there are various learning courses for people depending on their diving experience. Open Water Diver for first time scuba divers, Advanced Open Water the step after Open Water Diver, Rescue Diver & CPR an advanced course in scuba diving for people with over 30 dives experienced and a Divemaster course to be a professional diver which is a two-week course as compared to the other courses which are for three days only. Learning scuba diving at Piranha Divers definitely makes the experience and learning a great one, as the instructors and staff are well trained, efficient, friendly and welcoming.
Forest Adventure Park is a zip lining sports park for kids and adults. The harness used at the park is made by experienced professionals and experts from Europe. The design and manufacturing has also been done in Europe itself. Forest Adventure Park is built through trees and valleys of the forest with the longest zip line of 120 meters (393.70 feet) and 30 meters (98.42 feet) high. Their aim is to rebuild the forest and build an ecological park in harmony with nature. A safety course is provided before the start of the adventure that challenges ones stamina and confidence, a great way to have fun. The staff here are experienced and well trained with immense knowledge. A great way to spend a day with friends and family in the midst of fresh air and nature.
This little strip of land jutting out into the azure waters is one of the most picturesque sights in Onna. The area round Cape Maeda is a popular diving spot in the region and attracts adventure enthusiasts. For those who simply want to enjoy the scenery, the plateau-like features of the cape offer sweeping views and leisurely hikes. Don't miss the spectacular sunset from here.
Though their headquarters are in Chatan Village in Central Okinawa, Reef Encounters operates marine excursions all over Okinawa prefecture, from the northern tip of the island at Cape Hedo all the way down to Yongauni Island in the Yaeyama Region. Both experienced and novice divers can choose between snorkeling, diving and fishing, and can even become certified scuba divers. The staff is fluent in both English and Japanese, and the company also offers all-inclusive tour packages. Visit the website to make reservations.