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Gonouracho to Katsumotocho, Ashibecho,and Ishidacho, Iki 811-5101 Nagasaki Prefecture
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bella a wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom49 contributions18 helpful votes
we cycled here from the main town and hotel stellacote, we had electric bike - helpful for going up the hills.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Rukesh G wrote a review Oct 2017
Koto, Japan127 contributions6 helpful votes
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It was an invitation by senior buddies rotary club of Iki City, who seemed curious and involved in the development of tourism of Iki island. It's a wonderful Island, 2 days! really not enough to go, see and have relaxation time around. I recommend you at least 4 days. You'd better eat the specific beef of the place called Iki beef and the sea urchin, Uni which seems to be supplied to Tokyo too as a big demand. Lil expensive but worth eating as they are really delicious. There's a beach where you can have surfing tools and boating utensils in rent too. You can spent a whole day over there sunbathing and playing. Monkey Rock, the rock which appears like Gorilla by side view, is an amazing attraction to see. For an instant I got suspicious if its man-made, but its entirely natural and its also a shock to know that it front view is like a normal rock standing over the beach. There's bar and snacks too to spent relaxed over night. You should go and find more yourself. I think this Island worth visiting.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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