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The only way to visit this attraction is with a guide, entrance fee per person is 2200 JPY. Tour is quite long, over an hour, but it’s very nice in terms of nature and guide is informative. Much less crowded than neighboring cave.
After touring so many WW2 sites in Okinawa, it was refreshing to visit a valley where archeologists found a 3000 man in a concrete sarcophagus. There is a great tour that runs for 80 minutes and commences in the Gangala Cave. The cave is a...More
My family enjoyed the walking tour that started at the Valley of Gangala cave café and ended at the free zone of the Okinawa World.
Getting there and fees: it was a short drive from Naha city to Valley of Gangala (mapcode 232 494 476*25),...More
Gangala valley is a special experience, the walk through the forest brings us close to nature and the plants that are endemic to this island ecosystem. The limestone caves provide a treasure of prehistoric artifacts and a story of the first humans habitation in this...More
This place can only be toured through booking the guided tour. Will recommend booking in advance on their website. Our 2 kids were able to enter free with 2 paying adults.
We were given English audio guides and at each stop, the guide will play...More
I absolutely love this place and could not stop talking about it after my visit. I highly recommend it to all nature lovers who enjoy a short and easy trek and also to people interested in rock formation.
Getting there is easy with public transport,...More
Guess as long as you pay the entrance fee, you could go in and explore but I am not absolutely sure. Included in our tour was a local drink, a guide who would just give you brief and basic explanation at a couple of spots... More
Guess as long as you pay the entrance fee, you could go in and explore but I am not absolutely sure. Included in our tour was a local drink, a guide who would just give you brief and basic explanation at a couple of spots and provide you a lamp for part of the cave. He / she would then lead you to the famous old tree and from there you are free to walk to the Exit at your own speed. Hope this could be of help.