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Aharen Beach

Aharen | Agaren Beaches, Tokashiki-son, Shimajiri-gun 901-3500, Okinawa Prefecture
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A sincere tranquil spot on the planet.

Turquoise coloured water and a white sandy beach. Aharen. A beautiful beach on a Tokashiki Jima. If... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2018
traktorweltweit
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Hong Kong, China
via mobile
Aharen Beach - Awesome!

Aharen Beach is the place to go. Uncluttered. Minimal crowd. Great lookout area on the far right... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2017
Wendy L
,
Singapore
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Aharen | Agaren Beaches, Tokashiki-son, Shimajiri-gun 901-3500, Okinawa Prefecture
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Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile

Turquoise coloured water and a white sandy beach. Aharen. A beautiful beach on a Tokashiki Jima. If you come out of season you might have it all to your self. What could possible be better? It is so quiet and clean. Fantastic place.

1  Thank traktorweltweit
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Reviewed 22 December 2017

Aharen Beach is the place to go. Uncluttered. Minimal crowd. Great lookout area on the far right side of the beach. Worth the day spent sunning and swimming.

Thank Wendy L
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Reviewed 27 October 2017

After Zamami island beach I was disappointed because of too much dead coral. Yet there are some live corals that you can see fish. The bus takes you all the way to the beach non stop and at the bus terminus, shower/restroom facilities are available....More

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Reviewed 6 October 2017

A beautiful beach with crystal clear waters that isn’t as crowded as I’d feared it’ll be. There are many corals and fishes here, though I wouldn’t say it’s spectacular and colourful.. having witnessed real vibrancy way before the unfortunate global bleaching of the world’s corals...More

Thank xlne
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Reviewed 8 August 2017

Water is very clear and the beach is white and clean (some dead coral but not too much). Very exotic feel with still and clear water full of underwater life and great view of green mountains around. Sunbeds on the beach (prices are ok) but...More

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Reviewed 2 August 2017

This places is a great little get away. It's a small island and a very slow pace-of-life but it's one of my favorite spots I want to go if I'm in the mood to be a beach bum. The water visibility is incredible, some great...More

Thank Pablo B
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Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

This beach is beautiful and a must visit if you go to tokashiki! It is such a quiet beach and can be reached easily by a taxi bus (only 300 yen per person). You can buy a "bracelet" for 500 yen which gives you access...More

Thank Denise A
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

We went to Aharen Beach in mid April. The weather was a bit overcast and breezy, but it wasn't cold. The water is cold when you first get in, but you get used to it quickly. We rented snorkel masks for 500 yen each and...More

Thank Alysse F
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Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

I was very excited to do snorkeling. Unfortunately the water had so many Jellyfish that it was impossible to do it. One local said that it was because it was too much wind. Anyway, the place itself is really beautiful. But i think that the...More

1  Thank Famori
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Reviewed 13 March 2017

I went over as a day trip from Naha in November. The weather was still great (about 26 degrees, which is perfect for me) and there was hardly anyone there. Almost like having the whole beach to yourself. The water is crystal clear, the sand...More

1  Thank ripvanmarlowe
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Jessica L
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I guess you can't, but there is a camp site next to the beach. It's a public one but you need to pay and less facilities like cold shower. But one special, if you stay there your tent will be a closer accommodation than any... More
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