Things To Do
Hilton Okinawa Sesoko Resort is located in northern Okinawa, where the island boasts rich, beautiful scenery and a tropical ocean climate. Stroll through the landscaped gardens and enjoy direct access to the famous Sesoko beach.
Motobu Peninsula is a fixture among Okinawan sightseeing destinations. Visit the Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium, where you'll see whale sharks and mantas swimming in the biggest single fishtank in Japan. Explore Nakijin Castle, registered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Famous as the largest Gusuku (castle) in Okinawa Prefecture, it boasts magnificent ramparts and beautiful design features. Kouri Bridge, which is breathtakingly suspended over the emerald green sea, is recommended for a drive.
For a day trip, “Yanbaru” is a treasure trove of natural greenery. The semitropical old growth forest extends almost to the coastline, while the thick evergreen broadleaf forest is home to a unique tropical ecosystem. Precious and rare animals such as the Yanbaru kuina (Okinawan Rail) and the Noguchi-gera (Okinawan woodpecker), which are protected by the national government, are native to Yanbaru. Eco-tours, where the freshness of nature can be felt, such as canoeing at Gesashi Bay as well as trekking and sea kayaking to Hiji Falls, are popular activities. Visiting Yanbaru is truly a great way to experience the magnificence of the jungle.