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This is action for people of all ages with the right attitude. You can get sweat, wet and even muddy. Along the way you learn to paddle a river kayak and get to know a mangrove in a safe setting.
It is a nice, affordable...More
To tell you the truth …I can't swim but my 10year old daughter really wanted to try canoeing so I gave in and am really happy I did. I got a little wet in the process but it was worth it. We could see the...More
While staying on Amami-shi with extended family, we went to this little mangrove forest tucked away in the mountains of the island. What is really interesting about it, is that Amami-shi is a very small island and this little piece of it is well hidden,...More
If you are looking for a quick yet physically active outing, this is the one for you. This is the second largest mangrove forest in Japan. You get to kayak in a solo or two-person kayak. The tours occur in groups with one to two...More
Due to short staying, we decided to choose this mangrove tour to end our try of Amami and ended up the worth try!
It was great experience of learning from the expert(sorry forgot his name is,,,) who has been guiding this mangrove inhabitant for decades;...More
We hired one of the tours that cruise among the mangroves.
Check the timetable at your hotel and be there ahead of time.
Rowing is easy, and you can select kayak for single or couple (maybe also for 3 people). You go with a guide...More