As flying across borders continues to be a dream in this pandemic and for Japan as travel restrictions have eased, we planned a wild camping trip in one of the most beautiful Islands in the world.
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Asia9 days / July 2020
Highs & Lows
Hiked to the peak in Fukaji Island which boosts an spectacular view overlooking the entire Kerema Islands
Ended up booking high speed ferry for double the price with a bumpy ride.Definitely not worth it!
Q & A
What would you have changed?
Given that we were tight on budget we could have checked the ferry schedule from Naha to avoid taking the expensive ones and saved some time too!
Anything go wrong during the trip?
We did have face a bit of rain so it didn't foresee it coming as weather is a bit unpredictable
How was the food?
We were mostly having barbecue but do try the local deep fried fish from Okinawa. It's delicious
What tips would you give a friend?
Avoid travelling in busy times as flights can be expensive and be as flexible as possible. Each of the Islands are just too beautiful to plan coming back in a fixed schedule
Light clothes as most of time is spent around the beaches but do carry a good torch as it's quite handy at night while camping
Travel light and as a lot of stuff can be bought at Naha which can be carried by ferry to the islands
Beautiful deer in Aka islands were a treat to eyes
We only booked flights directly by Jetstar website , everything else was spontaneous and easy