Going to Uninhabited Island

Why don’t you go to the uninhabited island?


This menu is a transportation by a banana boat between Aharen Beach and the uninhabited island where is located 1 km away from the beach. You can see more beautiful view than Aharen Beach!

Please check availability in Beach House HAUOLI on that day if you are not guests who are staying in Marine House Aharen or using our day-trip tour.

SeasonFrom April to October
Price2000 yen per person
included in the priceRound-trip transportation between Aharen Beach and the island
Meeting placeBeach House HAUOLI at entrance of Aharen Beach
Opening timeFrom 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
What to bringa swimsuit, a towel, sandals, something to drink
Participation requirementHealthy people between the age of 4 and 59 years old.
Minors require parental consent.
AttentionBe sure to wear a life vest while swimming and riding on a banana boat.
It might be canceled depending on the sea conditions…
We don’t accept to take a tool of spearing fish to the island.

\ Stay in Marine House Aharen/

\ Use our shuttle bus & shower /

\ Coming on your own/

How to go to the uninhabited island


Please check availability in Beach House HAUOLI and we adjust your departure time and pick-up time.

There is no bathroom and vending machine in the island. Please go to a bathroom before depart.

Go to the island by a banana boat

We take you to the island 1 km far from Aharen Beach by a banana boat. It isn’t speedy so children can go there as well.

There is famous for snorkeling!

The water near the island is clearer than Aharen Beach! There is a diving point where is offshore a short distance away, you can meet a lot of tropical fish like anemone fish.

What is there in the island?

We call there “Hanare-jima” or “Hanari-jima”. If you go there, please look for…

  1. old Japanese idol’s bronze statue
  2. Sea shell like jewel

About preventing accidents

Our staff is in the uninhabited island for emergency response. Please follow our staff’s instruction while staying there.

  • Wear a life vest
  • Don’t go closer to a point that flow is fast
  • Don’t stand on coral reefs
  • We don’t accept to take a tool of spearing fish to the island.