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Kujuku Island, Sasebo

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Known as "99 islands," there are in fact 208 small landmasses peppering the coastal area of Kujuku Island. Designated as part of a national park, the area retains unspoiled natural beauty--including dense forests and mountains--and many of the islands are uninhabited. Take a boat tour around the islands to see them up close and witness an evolving view of the surrounding area, or consider hiking up one of the nearby coastal peaks for panoramic vistas of the bay. Take a look at our Sasebo vacation builder to schedule your visit to Kujuku Island and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Used to land on the uninhabited island of 99 and take a boat from the Parsi resort course. Children's course, so looking for creatures such as crabs on a deserted island to explore, spend. It was also nice views from the island of time is just 99 Islands view. This is a summer-only plan.
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  • Is there are a lot of different shaped island area. Had met on a cruise ship. This is where is active, such as pearl farming.
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  • For lunch we recommend you look here first when you come to Sasebo, is seen watching the complex terrain, different at noon and in the evening guests can enjoy a beautiful sunset.
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