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Lost in Japan (featuring Shikoku Island)
Lost in Japan takes you on a journey through the spiritual temples of Koyasan, hidden valleys and remote villages of Shikoku, and the must-see cities of Kyoto and Tokyo. Shikoku Island, the smallest of the four main islands, enjoys less populated towns and villages and is an excellent place to experience unique cultural traditions while meeting friendly locals and traveling along stunning scenic routes. Awa Odori Festival in Tokushima is not to be missed if you plan on traveling in August. One of Japan’s largest street festivals, it attracts more than one million visitors every year.
Route: Osaka/Kyoto - Koyasan - Tokushima - Iya Valley - Takamatsu - Naoshima Island - Matsuyama & Dogo Onsen - Hiroshima / Miyajima Island - TokyoView Tour
Duration: 14 Nights
Starts: Kyoto/Osaka Ends: Tokyo Tour Size(Min/Max): Minimum 1 person (Single Supplement will apply) / No Maximum
Ski Japan – Best of Nagano
If you are looking for an epic alpine adventure this winter, then Hakuba is one of the very best destinations in Asia if not the world. Host to the Winter Olympics in 1998, the ski resorts in Japanese alps compares favourably with the best resorts in Europe and North America. With a staggering 11m of snowfall annually (almost 4 times snowfall of leading resorts in the French Alps) there are more fresh tracks to be had and more bumper powder days to enjoy that most could resorts dream of. Only its competitor resort Niseko in the north Island of Japan can beat Hakuba in terms of regular powder snowfall. But, whilst Niseko may get heavier snowfall, the 10 resorts side by side in the Hakuba valley (sharing a common All-Mountain lift pass and with free shuttle buses between each) offer a more compelling range of terrain and slopes to explore.
A resort for all levels from beginner to advanced, you can choose from selection of 10 ski resorts, 137 ski lifts, 9 terrain parks, night skiing until 10pm and an endless choice of hiking trails. Also, the apres ski bars and restaurants in Hakuba village is known across the world for its fine cuisine and distinctly Japanese cultural experience (including a choice of 12 local onsens to soak your muscles after a hard day of riding the mountain)!
Route: Tokyo - Hakuba - Jigokudani & Matsumoto (day trip) - Takayama - Kyoto (Osaka)View Tour
Duration: 10 Nights
Starts: Tokyo Ends: Kyoto Tour Size(Min/Max): 1
The Kumano Way (Hiking Japan)
Comparable to Europe’s Camino Way, the “Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range” that make up Kumano Kodo are a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, and undoubtedly one of Japan’s most spectacular walking routes. Walk the same route that pilgrims have followed for over a thousand years and experience traditional and rural Japan at it’s best. At the end of your trek, enjoy a relaxing soak in an isolated onsen, sample delicious local dishes and sleep in traditional guest houses.
Route: Kyoto - Koyasan - Kii Tanabe - Kawayu Onsen - Kii Tatsura - NagoyaView Tour
Duration: 7 Nights/8 Days Walking Tour with local guides
Starts: Kyoto Ends: Nagoya Tour Size(Min/Max): 1 person minimum