Aloha Divers Okinawa
Okinawa Dive Center - languages: English, Portuguese, Spanish & Japanese
"Arrive as our customer and leave as our friend."
Aloha divers Okinawa
- Aloha Divers Okinawa -
A scuba diving shop and school run by Brazilian instructors passionate on giving visitors the best diving experience possible, while showing them these incredible islands that make up Okinawa. We can speak and teach in 4 different languages (English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Japanese) to serve a wide group of people. We provide snorkeling, discover scuba diving (experimental diving), and certified diving experiences, along with basic to Divemaster and some specialty courses. Aloha Divers offers day trips to popular dive sites such as the Kerama islands, Manza area (Dream Hole), Minna & Sesoko Island, Sunabe, Maeda Misaki (Blue Cave), Cape Hedo and USS Emmons, and other areas around Okinawa.
- Service in 4 languages -
🇺🇸 English, 🇧🇷 Portuguese, 🇪🇸 Spanish and 🇯🇵 Japanese
Okinawa is a sub-tropical island located in the south of Japan in the Pacific Ocean. There are 169 islands that make up the Okinawa islands, and the main island has approximately 1,433, 571 inhabitants covering an area of 1,206.96 square kilometers.
Okinawa was historically part of an independent kingdom, known as the Ryukyu Kingdom, which has been essential to the development of the Okinawan culture, unique to the rest of Japanese culture.
With the beautiful surrounding sea, its natural forests, and UNESCO World Heritage sites, Okinawa has so much to offer! Its location close to the tropics allows for the cultivation of sugar cane, banana, pineapple, and sweet potato.
Tourists from other parts of Japan and around the world make their way to Okinawa because of its famous crystal clear waters and the opportunity to participate in thrilling water sports, including scuba diving.
Below you will see two graphs showing the average ocean and air temperatures in Okinawa throughout the year.