Tropical Beach, Ginowan

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Take a swim in the Pacific at Tropical Beach, one of the most popular beaches on the main island. With a comfortable netted-off swimming area, this manmade beach is kid-friendly. You can reserve BBQ spots for beach parties and rent a stand. Observe the sunset, ride banana boats and jet skis, snorkel or scuba dive in clear water. The beach is 40 minutes by car from the closest airport. It offers free parking, restrooms, showers, and food facilities. By using our Ginowan route builder website , you can arrange your visit to Tropical Beach and other attractions in Ginowan.
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  • That indeed this season does not sea shells picked up about at children. Alone, compared with inland sea is clean, so don't satisfy. That was in the kids...
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  • I've always been disappointing December season. Enjoyed the BBQ in the BIRT said. Recall drinks or add ingredients in Naha city, bringing in. Local served BBQ set (tropical HP for details). BBQ equipment can be rented in the iron plate set for propane gas. Firestarters, plates, cups, etc., at their own expense is provided. Rain, although very windy so not fly paper plates are also available, such as tape and good will. Beachside BBQ is very, very nice.
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  • In Okinawa of Japan's traditional performing arts "Fireworks", "nature-culture" of major held Ryukyu sea Fire Festival 2018 2018 collaboration, celebrates the 15th 4/14 (Saturday)!  As a major entertainment's greatest originality by integrating fireworks in summer events in Japan and Okinawa music and culture in Okinawa, also boasts the largest one of Japan's leading even the illusion of fireworks.  Held in ginowan Seaside Park backdrop, visited many people from outside of Okinawa Prefecture, Okinawa early one summer's leitmotif autumn sky of the East China Sea 10000 Fireworks this year. Main event "Fireworks illusions". Latest hits, numerous sound, involuntarily and want to dance will be like configuring the computer-controlled from the classic song and colorful fireworks and beating up the contest of fireworks, sound and are held for approximately one hour.
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  • The sea is beautiful here although there's many hotels and other buildings surrounding it. I think it is the closest beach to Naha which is worth visiting, but if you want to see a more natural setting you have to go farther northwards.
  • Easy to reach and free more or less. If you ride a bike it's very easy to get close to the beach area. BBQing is ok here so bring your own stuff and cook out. Plenty of covered areas. You can reserve these ahead of time but unless it is mid summer or holiday it isn't required.
  • Nice beach with plenty of facilities
  • This is one of the nicer beaches on Okinawa. It has free parking but it is limited so get there early. Beach use is free and it has restrooms and changing rooms. Additionally you can rent umbrellas and sun shades for larger crowds. You can bring your own tents but will be required to set them up behind the rentals. There is a fair amount of open beach to use and the swimming area is netted so wildlife, such as jellyfish, can get in. Additionally, there are grassy areas and a park nearby if you want to take a break from the water. There is no snorkeling allowed; flotation devices (rings, tubes, water wings) are allowed but are limited to personal sizes (no multi-person rafts). It is a great place to spend a sunny day!
  • Nice accessible beach

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