Recently designated as a national park (The Kerama Shoto National Park ) and recognized as a “Wetland of International Importance” by the Ramsar Convention , Zamami Village is a world-famous destination. Some notable examples include the hawaiian-born sport of standup paddleboard , sea kayaking , fishing , fishing , Zamami have been known worldwide as a diving "mecca." sailing, hiking, and Nordic walking. The winter is whale watching, as humpback whales make their way from northern waters to Zamami to breed and raise their young.
Zamami is surrounded by coral reefs lending to an abundance of sea life and beautiful white sand beaches. The main beach, Furuzamami, is a Michelin Guide Japan 2-star destination . Furuzamami Beach has coral immediately upon entering water and is an amazing spot for snorkeling right from the beach.
Ama Beach, next to the Ama Hamlet and Ama Beach Campground , has amazing views. Although Ama's coral is a little bit further out than the coral at Furuzamami, Ama is frequented by sea turtles grazing the growth at the bottom of the water. Especially during high tide, the sea turtles swim right up to the shallowest parts of Ama Beach allowing visitors to swim along with them. The Ama Campground is located on the beach and by far the most inexpensive lodging option for those bringing their own equipment at 300 yen per person per night. Alma's beach is next to Ama Hamlet and has amazing views. Al Ama's coral is a little bit further out than the coral at Furuzami, Ama is frequented by sea turtles grazing the growth at the bottom of the water The Ama Campground is located on the beach and is located on the beach, with high tide, the sea turtles swim right up to the shallowest part of the beach. person per night.