Don't restrict yourself to Kitadaito, because this region has a treasure trove scenic and cultural attractions just waiting to be explored.
When the weather's great, why not hit the road and investigate Okinawa 's open-air museums, gardens and farms?. The area around Kitadaito is popular for its range of ruins; these are fascinating reminders of the area's colorful history.
Okinawa is a great place to sign up for a fascinating culinary tours, guided nature walks and cycling tours available here. Get some down time in Okinawa 's waterways and enjoy popular watersports such as boating or wind surfing.
Try out typical Okinawa (prefecture) dishes or beverages to get to the core of the local cuisine. Popular dishes are rafute (stewed pork belly) and soki (stewed pork ribs), but naturally there are many more fine meal options for foodies.
Those who are well-travelled realize that a great way to get the most from a trip is to prepare a variety of practical words and phrases in the local language. "Isshoni odorimasenka?" is handy. It means "Would you like to dance with me?" "Where's the toilet?" is also useful, so learn to pronounce "Benjo wa doko desu ka?"
As your trip ends, bid Okinawa a teary "Sayōnara"