Unwind at Okuma Private Beach & Resort in Okinawa

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    • 2021-10-18


The four islands of Amami-Oshima, Tokunoshima, northern Okinawa, and Iriomote were registered as UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites in July 2021. Okuma Private Beach & Resort is located near the Yanbaru area in Okinawa, now listed on the World Heritage List. Read on to learn about its features!

A Resort Hotel Rooted in the Yanbaru Area

The lush Yanbaru area located in the northern region of Okinawa Island was registered as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage (*1) site in July of 2021.

Okuma Private Beach & Resort
is known as the most luxurious hotel in the area.

Our writer-photographer visited this hotel, where guests can enjoy ancient Okinawa landscape that's been beautifully preserved.

The following article features our writer's relaxing experiences at the hotel.

*1: In July 2021, the four islands of Amami-Oshima, Tokunoshima, Okinawa (northern region), and Iriomote were registered as UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites.

Less than Two Hours Away from Naha

Naha, the prefectural capital of southern Okinawa, and Nago, a beach resort town in the central region, are the top sightseeing spots in Okinawa. A trip to Okuma beach gives visitors a chance to get away from these crowded destinations and enjoy the nature of Okinawa.
Okuma Private Beach & Resort is located in the northern region, about 100 kilometers from Naha and 30 kilometers from Nago. It takes roughly an hour and forty minutes by car from Naha (*2).

Thanks to the sunny scenery, the drive flies by. Let's take a look at the resort's features and attractions!
*2: Hotel guests can use the free bus service, which requires a reservation and runs once a day.

The first thing you'll spot is a hotel sign; the resort has an unassuming, comfortable atmosphere.

Before heading to your room, take a walk by the private beach, which is one of the hotel's highlights.

The white sand seems to stretch on forever alongside the emerald-colored ocean. A beach of this size on Japan's main island is very rare.

A wide variety of activities are also available, so guests can enjoy snorkeling, or go on a cruise! Guests can easily make reservations for these at the reception desk. ........

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