Famed for its nearly 40 kilometers of striking coastline, Omijima Island is located in the center of
Kita-Nagato Kaigan Quasi-National Park, a nationally protected area. The island’s coast features
incredible rock sculptures and tunnels shaped by the ocean waves, whose shape has earned them the
nickname, the "Alps of the Sea." From the sea, you can explore all the miraculous hidden pockets of
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Dolphin-style boats are smaller and able to manage sharper turns, and are therefore suitable for skimming through tighter areas, like tunnels through the rocks. Dolphin boats make for a more exciting journey around Omijima Island.
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Whale-style boats are larger, and include observation decks in the aft (rear) for visitors to feel the salt air for themselves on this dynamic ocean journey.
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Summer Fishing Fire Cruise
Guests who make reservations in the summertime will be have the opportunity for a rare treat, as they will also be able to participate in a “Fishing Fire Cruise” in the evening.
After taking in a radiant sunset from the water, guests can enjoy the uniquely delightful sight of the countless twinkling lights of squid boats.
(March 1st-end of November)
(April 1st-end of September)
December 1st-end of February
*Rides may be cancelled in the case of bad weather/rough seas.