Four Seasons Guide to Okinawa

There are very few places in the world where you can enjoy the diversity of different seasons with utmost tranquillity. Okinawa Island, one of the main islands of Japan has a scintillating confluence of the four seasons where you can experience it. There is a lot that you can do at this beautiful and serene island. You can reach Naha Airport via any of the Singapore to Okinawa flight.

Here is a four seasons guide to enjoy your time at Okinawa –

Spring: Immerse with Nature

Spring is the time when you can catch a glimpse of the vibrancy of nature in Okinawa. In this season you can see several beautiful flowers blooming under the sun. Head out to the Lemura Lily Field Park to witness the Lejima Lily Festival in the first week of May. Millions of Easter lilies bloom, giving a magnificent look.

If your Singapore to Okinawa flight lands during this time of the year, you can head straight to the park. It is just a 2 hour drive from the Naha Airport. You can also watch the Haari boat races, visit picturesque beaches and attend the Koinobori Festival.

Summer: Engage in Adventure Sports

Okinawa has some of the finest beach resorts in Japan. You can head to the marine waters to enjoy some terrific adventure sports. You can go for sailing, diving, paragliding or paddling in the ocean. The pristine clear waters will give a phenomenal feel to you.

Visit the Yohena Hydrangea Garden, a green space where you will see abundant hydrangeas. Another great place to visit is the Minamihabara where you will see attractive sunflowers. Summers is also the season where you will get to see a lot of fireworks in the night sky.

Autumn: Experience the Culture of Japan

This is the time when you will get to see a plethora of cultural activities. Japan is a culturally rich and vibrant country and you will see a glimpse of it in Okinawa. Naha Tug of war is an event that is held at the annual festival in Okinawa. Around 300,000 participants attend the event and the roots of the event can be traced backed to the 17th century.

Several Karate events are also held in autumn. Karate martial arts had originated from the Ryukyu Kingdom in Okinawa. You can visit the Shurijo Castle and other heritage sites that will throw light on Japan’s history. Some of these monuments are over 500 years old.

Winter: Hot Springs and Leisure

There is still a lot to do even when the temperature drops in Okinawa. Take a tour of a few fascinating locations in Okinawa. Visit Nago Central Park, Mount Yaedake and Nakijin Castle to experience vivid colour tones of the nature. You can also take a tour of the beautiful aquatic life by heading to Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium at the Ocean Expo Park.

In conclusion, Okinawa is a delightful place to visit regardless of the season you’re going in. As long as you have prepared your essentials and an itinerary, you will enjoy your trip to Okinawa.

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