- What to see during Kume Island diving ?
We will have chances to see: Manta Ray, Hammerhead Shark, Whitetipreef Shark, Turtle, Moray Eel, Tuna, Giant Trevally, Titan Triggerfish, Lionfish, and more.
Kume Islands diving:
Diver experience level: Advanced Open Water certified diver, great buoyancy control, minimum 50 logged dives !!!
Dive site access: Speedboat
Marine conditions: Cavern and photography
Current: Sometimes a little strong – great for diving!
Depth: 10 - 30 m
Temperature: Winter 21 - 23 degrees / Summer 25 - 29 degrees
About the day:
We meet at Naha National Airport at 6:15 am
Arrive at the Ishigaki Island around 8:00 am
First day - 3 dives
Second day - 2 dives
Returns to Tomari Ferry Port around 4:30am on the second day
Price & inclusions
Price for 5 boat dives – ¥65,000 ~ per person
Flight ticket from Naha to Kume, Ferry ticket Kume to Tomarin port (Naha), Hotel with breakfast, tanks, weights, guide & diving photos.
¥5,000 / person for a full set: BCD, regulator, wetsuit, fins/boots, mask/snorkel & dive computer.
- About the dive site:
A trip that can be carried out at any time of the year. Chances are you can see Manta Ray every year and in winter the Mantas are eating on the surface. The diving in Tanbara is amazing. In winter you have the chance to see even a hammerhead shark
Other Special Tour:
After booking the air ticket and hotel, any type of cancellation is charged 100% cancellation fee.
Checklist for anyone who has any concerns regarding their health. Click on the PDF file below.
Travel / Dive insurance:
Aloha Divers Okinawa strongly recommends that all customers purchase their own diving / traveling insurance to cover unfortunate events arising from vacations / sport activities.
Aloha Divers Okinawa is not responsible for any injuries or losses sustained during our tours.
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OKINAWA CODE OF CONDUCT:
At Aloha Divers Okinawa we support and adhere to the Green fins Code of Conduct, guidelines that promote a sustainable way of diving. Established by experts, scientific researchers and dive guides. This standard has been designed to provide divers and dive centres with the most eco-friendly experience for marine life in Okinawa.