Feel The Nature: Southeast Botanical Garden

If you want to find peace, this is a great stop during your work week for that calming break. In the heat of summer, my husband and I went here for a weekend of fun. Make sure to bring water to keep you hydrated, insect repellent, sunscreen, hat or umbrella, swimwear and few yens if you want to feed the animals.

Entrance fee varies, you can check their website or okinawahai.com for more information. Our entrance fee includes bus tour and lunch buffet for 2500 yen. They also have a small gift shop, picnic areas, fishing area, family activities and workshops and a tree house for kids to play. They also have a laser light show at the garden at night.

LAKE OF KINDNESS

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Lake of Kindness

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OVERLOOK HILL

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FISHING AREA

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Fishing Area

FAMILY ACTIVITIES

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RARE FLOWERS AND PLANTS

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Spider

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PEACE RESTAURANT

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BOTANICAL GARDEN

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DISCLAIMER: THIS BLOG IS A PERSONAL BLOG WRITTEN AND EDITED BY ME. ALL THAT WAS WRITTEN ARE BASED ON MY OPINION, RESEARCH AND EXPERIENCES. THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED POST, I ONLY GIVE MY HONEST OPINION, FINDINGS AND BELIEFS.

 

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7 thoughts on “Feel The Nature: Southeast Botanical Garden

  1. Yuri says:

    It’s a great place to let the kids run around and play. Lots of activites for families and one of the travel bloggers and photographers dream. Haha
    Those pictures of yours make me miss Okinawa. Thank you for sharing. 😊😊😊

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