Naha Holiday Package Deals
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Holidays in Naha
Even more than a cup of piping hot tea or a long phone call to your mum, travel fixes everything. So forget about all your troubles and book that holiday in Naha! (But maybe still call your mum.)
Prepare to make some new BFFs! Around 300,000 people live in this part of Kyushu and Okinawa.
The national capital, Tokyo, lies 1,550 kilometres northeast of Naha. Chatan lies 14 kilometres to the northeast.
Looking to spend some fun-filled afternoons with the little ones? Okinawa World and Kaigungo Park are guaranteed to be tons of fun.
Remember those happy childhood days spent stretched out on the grass watching clouds go by? Recapture that feeling at Okinawa Peace Park and the Shikinaen Garden. You can also get outside and get some exercise at Ryutan Site or Yogi Park.
To really discover a place, there's nothing like arming yourself with some local knowledge. Whatever you're seeking, the friendly staff at Naha Tourist Information Center should be able to show you the way.
Could you do with a bit of ocean therapy? Go for a leisurely walk and add to your holiday seashell collection at Naminoue Beach.
Don't spend all your trip wandering around shopping centres and museums. Take a journey into nature! Kinjo Dam is a pocket of beauty where you can get some much-needed clean, crisp air.
Wander through the hallways of local museums, the Tsuboya Pottery Museum and the Yui Rail Museum. They're perfect solutions to wet-weather days.
Whether you prefer to study the interpretive texts or just let the artworks speak for themselves, you'll have a terrific time taking in the exhibits at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum.
If you'd describe yourself as a history lover, immerse yourself in the absorbing exhibits that bring to life characters and events of yesteryear at the Himeyuri Peace Museum. The Tsushima-maru Memorial Museum and the Naha City Museum of History are also passionate about preserving and telling the story of the region's rich and diverse background.
Time spent looking back through history is never wasted. Let the Ruins Of Enkaku Shineato and the Bezaitendo Hall give you a deeper insight into the area's past. If you have the time, the Kinjo Stone-Paved Road and Tomari International Cemetery are two more must-sees.
Many of us had childhood dreams inspired by kings and queens. Shurijo Castle looks as though it was created for the pages of a fairytale book, so pay it a visit and find out what it's really like to live like a royal.
Whether you're spiritual or simply want a little inner-peace, Naminouegu Shrine and the Sonohyan-utaki are sure to add some deeper meaning to your travels. Get an even deeper understanding of the city's beliefs at the Shiseibyo Temple and Okinawaken Gokoku Shrine.
Tamaudoun Site and the Icchu Kenji Monument are two symbolic structures that'll exist here until long after the events and people that inspired them have faded out of memory.
If ever there was a shopper's paradise, Naha would measure up. With numerous shopping plazas to consider, we suggest you start with Makishi Public Market and DFS Galleria Okinawa. If you weren't able to find what you were after there, perhaps you'll have a bit more luck at Taiheidori Shopping Street or Peace Street?
They say travelling to new places leaves you speechless, then transforms you into a storyteller. You'll have more stories to tell if you head to some of Naha's less famous sights, like Shrikinjocho Stone-Path Road, Okinawa Prefectural Office and the Tenbusu Naha.
Hotels in Naha
Ready to get under the covers (and perhaps get acquainted with the mini bar) at your Naha hotel? No worries. There are more than 98 places to crash featured on lastminute.com.au.
Who said great service has to be expensive? You'll have a relaxing night's sleep at an even better price at the Weekly Harborview Mansion - Main Building and the Guest House Okinawa Monogatari. But if you'd rather live like a king or queen while you're here, The Naha Terrace or the Southern Beach Hotel And Resort Okinawa might be more up your alley. Just sit back, unwind and let the friendly staff do their thing.
Top hotels for your Naha holiday
HOTEL AQUA CITTA NAHA by WBF
Okinawa NaHaNa Hotel & Spa
Okinawa Hinode Resort & Hot Spring Hotel
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on lastminute.com.au from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.