How to get to DINO Dinosaur PARK Yanbaru Subtropical Forest/Buy discount Tickets

About DINO Dinosaur PARK Yanbaru Subtropical Forest

DINO Dinosaur PARK Yanbaru Subtropical Forest is a theme park with more than 80 realistic dinosaur sculptures in a facility surrounded by a thick virgin forest of lizard’s-bill lizard, which is believed to have lived as long as 100 million years ago. A wide variety of dinosaurs are on display, including a Tyrannosaurus, a representative carnivorous dinosaur, a Stegosaurus with impressive bone plates lining its back, and a giant Brachiosaurus with a long neck! Visitors can feel as if they have stepped back in time to the age of the dinosaurs.

A walk around the park, which has a well-maintained boardwalk, takes about 30 to 40 minutes. The park’s walkway takes about 30 to 40 minutes, and the sun shining through the tall subtropical trees is a relaxing experience in itself. It is also fun to look for dinosaur eggs hidden in the trees. In addition to dinosaurs, there are also many rare plants, and the flowers that bloom in different seasons are another attraction.

How to get there

Public Transportation:Naha Airport→1 hr. 30 min. by car
Car: 13 km 20 min. from the Kusuda IC of Okinawa Expressway

Address: 1024-1 Nakayama, Nago City, Okinawa
Business hours: 9:00 – 18:00 (Entrance to the park: 17:30)
Closed: Open all year round
Entrance fee: 16 years old and over: 1000 yen, 4-15 years old: 600 yen

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It was realistic and amazing. I thought there were not many dinosaurs, but when I actually went there, there were many dinosaurs and they moved, so it was fun. At first I thought there were only figurines, but they were so detailed and realistic.

The rain created a nice atmosphere and it was truly Jurassic Park! Even with sandals, it was not a problem because the paths are well maintained and easy to walk on. The creek at the bottom of the park seems to rise, so it is a little dangerous on rainy days….


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