Okinawa, Japan

In 2021, the islands of Amami and Okinawa were registered as Unesco World Natural Heritage sites. Okinawa Prefecture, located in the southwestern corner of Japan, has a rich natural environment with beautiful seas and subtropical terrestrial forests, and is home to rare plants and animals, including species such as the Okinawa rail bird and the Iriomote wild cat. Okinawa features five cruise ports: Naha, Nakagusuku, Motobu, Hirara and Ishihaki. Each location offers something different, making Okinawa a distinct cruise destination.


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