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You really should go to the northerly tip of Okinawa if you have time. It’s a rather impressive site with several memorials, a café (where I first encountered plum-sized mangoes - delicious!) and quite impressive cliffs and surf views. We even spotted a turtle on...More
Went with my husband for a short trip to Okinawa and this is one of our favourite spots. Lovely drive to reach there and beautiful views of the ocean and cape. Just that it is really hot in Summer. Bring a cap and lots of...More
We had only one day to see this site. We sent despite a typhoon with 45 MPH wind and raining sideways! It's a beautiful site even under those conditions. I'll bet it's even more stunning when it's sunny outside?
You have to try the Okinawa...More
I rented a car and drove all the way to the northern tip of Okinawa on my first day on the island. It's a nice drive and a good way to escape the urban sprawl in the south. Cape Hedo is quite a pretty location...More
We loved our trip to Cape Hedo. Beautiful landscape, lovely rock formations, and neat attractions in the area that all made it worth the drive. There are hiking trails nearby that have excellent rock formations. There is also a huge bird-shaped (you heard me) observatory...More
My family and I spent almost 3 hours at Cape Hedo, constantly being refreshed by the cool ocean/sea wind after an long arduous drive.
Getting there and fees: we drove from Motobu to Cape Hedo (mapcode 728737152*55) in about 2.5 hours. The duration of the...More
We drove from Naha Airport all the way here for 2 hours just to see this place, it is absolutely beautiful. take the time to walk around and soak in the scenery. I have never seen such pretty turquoise water with blue skies.
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Cape Hedo itself us very unsafe. Just south and east there appeared to be a beach. But we did not go there. For shells we go to sea Glass Beach II (south of sea glass beach which is tricky to get to). A little farther... More
Cape Hedo itself us very unsafe. Just south and east there appeared to be a beach. But we did not go there. For shells we go to sea Glass Beach II (south of sea glass beach which is tricky to get to). A little farther south is San Dillar beach which if ypuvgonnieth from the parking area, you will find great San dollars.