We offer day trips for certified divers, intro divers, and snorkellers out on our 40ft cruiser - Reef Encounters I. We usually head out to the spectacular dive/snorkeling sites located in the the Kerama island group, which is world famous for its magnificient coral reefs and abundant sea life. We also take day trips to the Chiibishi Islands, Rukan Atoll, Onna Village, and Sesoko-Island. (See the dive locations map)
We offer 2 tank, 3 tank, and snorkeling trips from our boat. Here is a typical schedule for a day trip out to the islands:
8:15 am - Meet at the boat harbor, set up gear, prepare for departure
9:00 am - Depart for Kerama Islands
10:00 am - Arrive at first dive site, dive preparation, enter the water
11:30 am - Arrive at second dive site, dive preparation, enter the water
12:30 - 2:00 pm - Lunch break at second dive site, snorkeling, nap time, relax
2:00 pm - Depart for final dive (usually a drift dive), preparation, enter the water
3:00 pm - Leave the Keramas, head home
4:00 pm - Arrive at the marina, drive to shop for debriefing and log book, sayonara!
All day trips are totally dependant on weather conditions, currents, wind, and tide changes. Time schedules are very flexible because of Okinawa's sudden changes in weather. Please check with us for current conditions and schedules.
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.