Lake Hamana Sightseeing Boat with Drone Photography Option


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Lake Hamana lies to the west of the coastal metropolis Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Once a true freshwater lake, Lake Hamana—now the tenth largest lake in Japan with a surface area of nearly 65 square kilometers (40 square miles)—turned brackish after a series of earthquakes and a tsunami in the year 1498. Cruise the vast Lake Hamana for a luxurious experience. Feel the cool breeze on your skin while taking in the sparkling lake waters. After the cruise, you will visit a location called “Sey” that is unique to Lake Hamana. Lake Hamana changes throughout the day with the tide conditions. During low tide, you will see many people wading through the shallows and taking photographs. Join in the fun and take commemorative photos while wading in the shallows of Lake Hamana. Sample Itinerary • Meet interpreter the meeting place at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, or 16:00, depending on the tide • Board cruise boat • Cruise Lake Hamana (45 minutes) • Take a commemorative photo at the center of the lake (60 minutes)* *Add Drone Photography option for drone photos while standing in the shallows • Lake Hamana Garden Park boat cruise (45 minutes) • The experience ends at the meeting place


Date & TimeMay-October
Starting from 10:00, 12:00, 2:00 PM, and 4:00 PM
Required Time90 minutes
Max. Number of Participants2 people or more
Prices6,250 yen
LocationIn front of the pier of the lake Hamana garden park
Foreign Language SupportInterpreter Available
Cancellation PolicyFree Cancellation, up to 2 Weeks Prior

Additional Notes

This activity requires of a minimum of two guests for participation.
Add Drone Photography option for Drone photos while standing in the shallows.
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