10 Days Sea of Japan, Temples & Mountains
From Tokyo To Kyoto - 9 Nights

Departing from:
Tokyo
Destination:
Kyoto
Duration:
9 Nights
Offer:
Solo and Singles Supplement $880
Travel Dates:
10th July 2022 to 19th July 2022
18th September 2022 to 27th September 2022
12th June 2023 to 21st June 2023
10th July 2023 to 19th July 2023
Offer Expires:
22nd July 2023
Reference Code:
CRO

From

AU$9,858

Price per person

Package Details

Overview

Discover the wild Sea of Japan coastline dotted with temples, lively cities and contrasted by tranquil mountains. Imagine ancient wooden temples, raked-pebble zen gardens, and chanting Buddhist monks juxtaposed with space-age towers, neon lights and bullet trains; Japan’s fascinating blend of old and new is legendary.

Details

Day 1 –     Arrival Tokyo
Day 2 –    Kanazawa
Day 3 –    Kanazawa to Wajima
Day 4 –    Waijima
Day 5 –    Okunoto to Yamanaka Onsen
Day 6 –   Monastery Stay
Day 7 –   Miyama
Day 8 –   Miyama to Kyoto
Day 9 –   Kinosaki Onsen
Day 10 – Kyoto to Osaka for Departure

Inclusions

Arrival transfer
9 nights accommodation
All Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 6 Dinners
Services of an English speaking leader/guide
Entrance fees as per the itinerary
Private and public transportation as per the itinerary

Exclusions
International & domestic air tickets not mentioned above – available with Horizons 
Pre and Post Accommodation – extend your Japan holiday with a walking tour
Meals and beverages not mentioned above
Early check-in and late check out charges from the hotel
Visas
Personal travel insurance
Expenditure of a personal nature such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry, tipping etc

 

Terms

Prices are per person, listed in Australian Dollars (AUD) and include GST. Special Offers T&Cs Apply.
Should tour be cancelled full refund  is available

http://www.crooked-compass.com/terms-conditions/   

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