You Can Catch Breathtaking Sunsets from This Secret Island in Japan
It only appears during low tide!
Sangosuna no Shima (Island of Coral Sand) Sunset Tour
HOSHINOYA Taketomi Island, Taketomi, Taketomi-cho, Yaeyama District, Okinawa
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Time may change depending on the sunset).
Tour Dates: From March 18 to March 22, April 1 to April 7, April 15 to April 20, April 30, May 6, May 14 to May 19.
Reservations should be made 14 days prior (2 persons per day only).
In Japan, there are a number of resorts that hold breathtaking sunset tours for both the tourists and locals. One of them is held at the HOSHINOYA Taketomi Island in Okinawa. This year, the island’s Sangosuna no Shima or Island of Coral Sand Sunset Tour will happen from March 18 to May 19.
The whole scene is drenched in a golden hue.
Relax by watching the sunset.
Spend precious time with your loved ones at the cabins.
The Sangosuna no Shima Sunset Tour is an activity where you can watch the sunset while enjoying a refreshing cocktail. This tour is done on a small island, which only appears during the low tide, near the Kondoi beach located west of the Taketomi Island. Reach the island’s shore by riding a traditional Ryukyu wooden boat called sabani.
Beach chairs and passion fruit cocktails inspired by the colors of the sunset are prepared for guests so they can have a relaxing time on the island.
These cocktails blend with the sunset backdrop.
Staying here is a great escape from the city.
The blue sky and the surrounding nature are just as charming.
For reservations or more information, you can check out their website.
Provided by Japan Walker™, Walkerplus™, and Kyushu Walker™ (22 January 2019)