“Learning about the Nature of Okinawa through Fieldwork in Forest”, NPO Nature Experience SchoolAdd to My List
Due to the subtropical climate and geographical conditions of the island, Okinawa still retains a precious ecosystem.
There is a forest near the southern tip of Okinawa, known as "The Forest of Horohoro" by the locals. A whopping 100 plant and animal species have been found in this forest. There is a nearly 600-meter-long promenade in the forest that leads to the sea, where you can easily enjoy the subtropical nature of Okinawa. Through guided tours of the promenade and group work, participants of this program can reflect on the conservation and development of the natural environment.
- 〒901-0512 #1F Fuku Building, 296, Gushikami
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- Approximately 30 minutes by car from Naha Airport
- Vehicle parking
- Suitable for large buses
- Cost / Visit fee
- 2,000 yen per person (taxes and venue fee not included)
- Business Hour
Required time 120 minutes
- Consultation required