Activities & Attractions

Look no further than Seragaki Beach in front of the hotel for a marine activities or go further to experience the nature and history of Okinawa and more. Enjoy new discoveries every time you visit.


Wellness & Activity Information

Wellness programs and Camp Hyatt programs require advance reservations. Reservation hours vary by program, please inquire in advance.


Marine Activity Information

*Please make a reservation at least one hour prior to the start of each.

*Please contact us by 7:00 p.m. on the day before the tour if you wish to change or cancel your reservation. Cancellations made after 7:00 p.m. the day before will be subject to a 100% cancellation fee.

*Pregnant women or those who may be pregnant should refrain from participating.

*Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

*If you are between 60 and 75 years old, a written consent from a physician is required regardless of your medical history. We do not return any fee for consent form due to cancellation of the program. 

*Those over 75 years of age are not allowed to participate. 


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Seragaki Marine & Activity Club

Tel +81 98 960 4287



Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island, Okinawa

1108 Seragaki Onnason
Okinawa, Japan, 904-0404



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Pool, Beach

Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa Pool


The outdoor pool will close on November 6, 2023.
The hotel offers indoor and outdoor swimming pools as well as a lagoon and beaches. The indoor pool is equipped with a Hydro Area featuring a steam sauna.

Seragaki Beach

9:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
You may find a beautiful sunset at Seragaki Beach on the Okinawa Island side. On the other hand, you can kie down on the beach and enjoy languorous private time at Seragaki Beach on the Seragaki Island side.

Marine Activity Program

Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa

Clownfish Snorkel

9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
You can enjoy snorkeling around Seragaki. Opportunity to see beautiful corals, clownfish and colorful fish of marine life. 60min/ Adult (12years+) JPY 6,215/ Child (6years+) ¥3,729~/ 1-8 people/ 6 years+

Diving Experience

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Our PADI licensed instructors will support you to fully enjoy the magnificent underwater world, from certified diving license to fun dives. A great choice of dive sites, all located near to our resort. 1DIVE 90min/ Adult (10years+) JPY 23,617~/ 1-4 people/ 10years+

Sea Kayak Tour

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Kayak around Seragaki Island, across the clear ocean, which stretches endlessly, with the sea breeze on your skin. Gaze at the abundance of marine life in the breathtaking underwater world from above. Enjoyable for beginners and families with small children as well. 60min/ Adult (12years+) JPY 9,944~/ Child (6years+) JPY 7,458~/ 1-8 people/ 3 years+

SUP (Stand up Paddle board)

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
SUP is a marine sport where you stand on a surf-style board, paddle and glide peacefully on the waters. Take in the crystal clear waters of Seragaki Island as you "walk" over the sea, gazing at the abundance of marine life in the underwater world at your feet. 60min/ Adult (12years+) JPY 9,944~/ Child (10years+) JPY 7,458~/ 1-4 people/ 10 years+

Spa& Fitness

Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa Spa Hanari

Spa Hanari

12:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. (Last appointment: 8:00 p.m.)
Indulge in the ultimate spa experience at Spa Hanari, offering a wellness program of treatments and activities incorporating the five dimensions of life: physical, emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual.

Fittness Center

24 hours
Featuring Life Fitness equipment, our Fitness Center ensures you will keep up your workout routine. The minimum age requirement for use of the Fitness Center is 12 years.

Wellness Activity Program

Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa

Seragaki Morning Yoga

8:00 A.M.-9:00 A.M.
Having a perfect way to start your day by joining an early morning yoga class. 60min/ JPY 3,108~/ 2-3 people/ 12 years+

SUP Fitness

SUP Fitness works almost every muscle in the body at some point during paddle boarding. 50min/ JPY 3,729~/ 1-5 people/ 12 years+

Stretch Pole Exercise

9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
Using a stretch pole, you can reset a body that has been overworked from everyday life, desk work etc. This puts the body into a neutral state, which should be its natural state. Core training can also be carried out if you wish. 30min JPY 3,729, 60min JPY 6,215/ 1-3 people/ 16 years+

Balance Ball Exercise

9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
Performing various exercises on an unstable ball stimulates the trunk muscles. By loading and balancing, it effectively stimulates the inner muscle. 30min JPY 3,729, 60min JPY 6,215 / 1-3people/ 16years+


9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
Aerobic exercise that can be easily done can fulfil exercise needs, prevent lifestyle diseases, burn fat and achieve various other benefits. From beginners to those more experienced, exercise intensity can be adjusted according to one’s strength and stamina. 60min JPY 3,729, 90min JPY 6,215/ 1-5 people/ 16years+

Cycling Tour along Route 58

9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
Among aerobic exercises, cycling is attractive because it allows you to move your body without getting tired as well as to enjoy the sea breeze and the scenery. The degree of concentration is also increased, and it is effective for relieving stress. 60min JPY 3,108~/ 1-4 people/ 8years+ 

Core Training

9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
Training the body’s interior "trunk" can recover the beautiful posture inherent in the body, raise basal metabolism and improve the sense of balance. It also helps reduce stiff shoulders and lower back pain, making it more difficult to gain weight. 30min JPY 3,729, 60min JPY 6,215/ 1-4 people/ 16years+

The Okinawa Experience Sansin Lesson -Okinawan traditional music instrument-

10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
A fun way to learn sanshin, a traditional Ryukyu instrument steeped in history and culture. 60min JPY 3,729~/ 1-4 people/ 12years+

Okinawa Cave expedition

9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
Explore "CAVE OKINAWA," one of the largest limestone caves in central Okinawa, also known as a power spot. Packed with beautiful stalactites formed over tens of thousands of years in the cave, many spots within the cave will bring you good luck. Tickle your sense of adventure with new discoveries at a new place. 90min/ Adult (12years+) JPY 3,729/ Child (6years+) JPY 2,486/ 1-4 people/ 12 years+

Camp Hyatt (Kids Program)

Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa camp hyatt

Bingata dyed craft experience

9:00-10:30/ 14:00-15:30
Bingata is a traditional dyed craft in Okinawa handed down from the Ryukyu dynasty. Experience firsthand this Okinawan craft and create a one-of-a-kind piece. Even small children can enjoy it like a coloring book. 90min/ JPY 4,972/ 10 people/ over 4 years old

Shisa Painting

9:00-10:30/ 14:00-15:30
Paint you own Shisa as a memento of Okinawa. 90min/ JPY 4,972/ 10 people/ over4 years old

Make Your Own Shisa

9:00-10:30/ 14:00-15:30
Make your own Okinawa Shisa from clay. 90min/ JPY 4,972/ 10 people/ over4 years old

Sand Painting Class

9:00-10:30/ 14:00-15:30
Choose from a variety of sand colors to complete a sand painting. A simple art piece has been selected, perfect for little ones. 90min/ JPY 4,972/ 10 people/ over 4 years old

Original 3D photo frame

9:00-10:30/ 14:00-15:30
Paint and decorate your own original photo frame with colorful paint, sand and more. 90min / JPY 4,972/ 10 people/ over4 years old


OKinawa naure

Ryukyu Mura

Ryukyu Mura is a theme park based on traditional Okinawan culture where a village has been recreated from the Ryukyu Kingdom era. The village includes a traditional red-tiled house and workshops where visitors can participate in hands-on cultural experiences. A wide range of performances are held at the village including Ryukyu dance, Eisa, and lion dance, as well as dressing up in Ryukyu costumes.

Murasaki Mura Ryukyu Kingdom Theme Park

A theme park in Yomitan Village which has recreated the townscape of the 15th century during the Ryukyu Kingdom era. Each of the red tiled houses is a "hands-on" crafts studio where you can try out over 101 experiences such as making shisa, bingata dyeing, glass blowing and glass bead making.

Yachimun Pottery Village

In Okinawan dialect, “yachimun” means “pottery.” More than 20 pottery workshops are located in this village where yachimun can be purchased directly from the artisans.

Shuri Castle Park

The symbolic Shuri Castle of the Ryukyu Kingdom, which lasted about 450 years, was registered as a World Heritage Site in 2000. There are various historic buildings in the 18 hectares of garden which bring to life the history of the Ryukyu Kingdom.

Bios no Oka

Enjoy Okinawa's wondrous nature at this subtropical botanical forest covered in beautiful orchids. Take a boat ride around the riverbank, enjoy a water buffalo-drawn cart ride or try on a traditional Okinawan dress for a memorable photo opp.

Teida Glass Studio

A glass blowing studio that specializes in making famous Okinawan Ryukyu glass, all handmade by their passionate artisans. Colorful glassware are available for purchase at the shop and glass blowing and glass bead making workshops are offered at the factory.


Okinawa sightseeing

Cape Manzamo

Facing the East China Sea is a unique shaped rock formation of Ryukyu limestone, 20 meters above sea. At the beginning of the 18th century when Ryukuan King Naotaka visited the cape, he noted that it was large enough to sit 10,000 people. The kanji characters of the Japanese written form of Manzamo reflect the king's expression.

Cape Zanpa

Cape Zanpa, located at the northwestern tip of Yomitan Village, is a famous travel destination in Okinawa. A scenic spot with a white lighthouse towering over the blue sea and 30m high cliffs that extend for 2km where you can watch the waves hitting the rocks.

Cape Maeda

A scenic spot overlooking the East China Sea, Cape Maeda is known for its coral plateau. Huge rocks lie among the tip of the cape formed by raised coral reef, and right underneath, you will be able to see Okinawa’s clear emerald green ocean and the mystic Blue Cave, one of the most popular spots in Okinawa for divers.

Kouri Island

Kouri Island, located in the northern part of the main island of Okinawa, is accessible by car from the main island. The beautiful emerald green sea and the heart-shaped rocks on Tine beach are popular photo spots.

Minna Island

Minna Island, floating in the beautiful emerald green sea, is affectionately known as "croissant island" due to its crescent moon shape. Minna Beach on the west side of the island is gaining popularity for its pure white sand beach.

Ie Island

Accessible by a 30 minute ferry ride from the main island, Ie Island is characterized by its landmark peak called Tatchuu. Iejima draws visitors especially during the spring when the Lily Festival takes place showcasing Easter lilies in full bloom and over 100 varieties of white lilies from around the world.

Sesoko Island

Sesoko Island is connected to the main island by the Sesoko Bridge with its beautiful white arch. The island is famous for its 700m stretch of white sand Sesoko Beach.

Fukugi Tree Road in Bise

In Okinawa, fukugi trees are planted around houses to act as windbreakers. Take in the serene atmosphere surrounded by 20,000 fukugi trees along the tree-lined road.

Kaichu Road

Midway on the 4.7km long ocean road bridge, Kaichu Road, is Ayahashi Kaiun Station with a marine culture museum and restaurant. Hamahiga Island, just past the underwater road, is a power spot linked with the progenitors of the Ryukyus, the goddess Amamikiyo and the god Shinerikiyo.

Nuchi Masu Salt Factory

Located on Miyagi Island, Nuchi Masu Salt Factory is located on the top of a hill, surrounded by the beautiful sea on the east coast. Admission is free of charge, and there is also a factory tour and a shop / café for your enjoyment.


Golf in Okinawa

Chura Orchard Golf Club

A course overlooking the East China Sea, colored by tropical touches such as banyan trees and southern cedars.

PGM Golf Resort Okinawa

Overlooking the emerald green East China Sea with views of Motorbus Peninsula and Ie Island, this is a world-level course capable of hosting professional golf tournaments and attracting golf enthusiasts from around the world.

Kanehide Kise Country Club

A full-fledged champion course which has hosted numerous professional tournaments. The 18 hole course is comprised of an Ocean Course and Woods Course making the most of its natural features with diverse undulations.

The Atta Terrace Golf Resort

Incorporating the natural beauty of Yanbaru, this course offers magnificent panoramic views of the cobalt blue East China Sea.


Hyatt Regency Seragaki Island Okinawa

Churaumi Aquarium

This aquarium is a recreation of the Okinawan sea world, from shallow waters where coral reef grow to deep seas exceeding 200m in depth. There is a dynamic 35m wide aquarium where whale sharks swim. Enjoy a dolphin show at Ocean Expo Park where the aquarium is located.

Busena Marine Park

Situated at the tip of Okinawa Coast National Park, enjoy the beautiful underwater world from the underwater observation tower and a whale-shaped glass bottom boat.


Okinawa sightseeing

Okashigoten Onna Shop

In addition to the extensive selection of sweets, there are plenty of souvenirs from all over Okinawa such as shisa, Ryukyu glass, and Awamori. They also offer “Benimo Tart-Making Experience”.

Onna no Eki Nakayukui Market

Offers Okinawa's specialties from land and sea along with souvenirs, and local flavors to try out. In the adjacent Onna Village Museum, there are permanent exhibitions introducing the history and culture of the old Onna villagers and special exhibitions.

American Village

The American-style exterior and colorful buildings draw guests in for a photo opportunity to this popular tourist spot with lots of shops, restaurants and cafés. While in Okinawa, enjoy a unique atmosphere of visiting a resort abroad.


Okinawa Peace Memorial Park

At the Peace Memorial Museum located in the Mabuni Hill of Itoman City, wartime photos and objects from the Battle of Okinawa, the final ground battle during the Second World War are displayed. The Peace Memorial Museum and Cornerstone of Peace monument was established where the Battle of Okinawa ended.

Himeyuri Peace Museum

The Himeyuri Peace Museum was built in honor of the “Himeyuri Student Corps” who was mobilized on the battlefield as a nursing staff in the Battle of Okinawa and lost their lives.

Former Japanese Navy Underground Headquarters

Kaigungou Navy Underground Headquarters is known as the former site of the Japanese Navy headquarters during WWII which was used as an air-raid-shelter by the Japanese Navy during the Battle of Okinawa. After the war, it was opened to the public with a viewing of the commanding officer's room and as a former battlefield park.