Although small in size, Okinawa is blessed with a great variety of nature, from the stunning ocean with its reefs and exotic life in the ocean to jungle-covered hills in the north with a plethora of extremely rare species of flora and fauna.
Iriomote Island in the south is often called the last true wilderness in Japan. White sandy beaches that are kilometers long make the islands a marine leisure paradise. Scuba diving and snorkeling are next to none in the world.
Finally, the warm climate year-round makes it possible to engage in any outdoor activity at any time anywhere on the islands.