Guest Houses

Dive Reservation

Here are a few budget accomodation spots for those looking for a bit of fellowship and good times with other travelers while on vacation. 

Guesthouse Churahama - Located right on the beach, this guesthouse attracts many divers here on vacation.  One of the most recognized dive sites in Okinawa - Sunabe No. 1 Point - is right outside your door.  Dormitory - 1,500 yen. Private 2,500 yen.

Oyado - This guest house is located in the hills of Chatan, overlooking the ocean and the surrounding town.  Nice view and nice extras like free rental moped and bikes.  Sorry about the Japanese only webpage - ask us for help with bookings.  Dorm rooms - 1,800 yen.  Private rooms available.

Hamby Resort -  A 5 minute walk to the Flea Market and Araha Beach in Chatan, this guesthouse is super clean and operated by a very friendly staff.  Single rooms are available.  Free bicycle rentals, free rice and food stuffs, etc.  Sorry, no English website available.  Contact us for help with bookings.  This is our personal favorite about a 20 minute walk from the shop but we pick-up here every morning.

 

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Yonaguni Trips.

We are still setting up trips to Yonaguni to explore the monuments and great drift dives found there. You can contact our staff to book a det of dates or set up a custom tour. .

Get Certified at Reef Encounters!!

We are still offering certification classes weekly.  Advanced classes also go weekly.  Remember we have day, evening and weekend schedules available.  Classes can be taught in English or Japanese. 

Intro to Tech and the new NAUI Tech classes to include Technical Decompression Diver and Extreme Exposure Diver are also available monthly.

We are also headed back to Africa in August - so if you want to explore the wonders of Pemba and Zanzibar let us know. We can also arrange for a full blown land safari in Tanzania to see elephants, lions, rhino and more.

 

 

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