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Hakone / Nara / Kyoto / Tokyo / Kamakura

Capture a glimpse of Japan’s stylish side with a fascinating journey from Tokyo to Hakone and Kyoto. Enjoy exclusive tours that bring local culture to life and visit lesser-known monuments that exemplify Japan’s sophisticated architectural taste. Relax in the evenings at stylish properties, from East-meets-West hotels to charming traditional inns.

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Tour Highlights for Art & Culture Japan
Explore Fuji Hakone National Park

Explore Fuji Hakone National Park

Stay in a traditional Japanese Inn in the mountains to access stunning Lake Ashinoko can catch glimpses of Mt Fuji.

Visit Japan’s old and new capital

Visit Japan’s old and new capital

Experience the modern energy of Tokyo then admire tranquil temples and shrines in Nara, the 8th century capital. 

Indulge in Japan’s best

Indulge in Japan’s best

Stay at stylish properties, dine at top tables and enjoy exclusive experiences such as a meeting with a geisha.

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ITINERARY

Art & Culture Japan - 15 Days / 14 Nights

DAY 1 - Arrival in TokyoMealsMEALS [D]

Exo TravelNarita International Airport (NRT) to Central Tokyo: 1.5 h Haneda International Airport (HND) to Central Tokyo: 50 min

Upon arrival to Tokyo Airport, a private chauffeur will be waiting to provide transport to the Palace Hotel Tokyo for check in.  The rest of the day is at leisure.

Tonight’s dinner consists of a special kaiseki-course dinner at their award winning restaurant ‘Wadakura’. Enjoy the seasonal specialties carefully prepared and presented by the chef, accompanied by an excellent wine selection.

Overnight in Tokyo at Palace Hotel 5 Stars (Deluxe)

DAY 2 - Tokyo MealsMEALS [B]

Exo TravelStart (guided tour): 09:00 or 09:30 Duration: 8 h

This morning there will be a private pickup from the chauffeur and guide at the hotel for a full day of sightseeing in Tokyo.

One of the stops includes Asakusa, part of Tokyo’s shitamachi (old town). Asakusa is home to Senso-ji, Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple, and is also the city’s oldest Geisha district.

Afterwards, visit Meiji Jingu, Tokyo’s most famous shrine dedicated to Emperor Meiji and a popular venue for traditional Shinto weddings.

The drive will also cruise past famous Tokyo landmarks including the Ginza area, the Imperial Palace, and the Shibuya ‘scramble’ crossing.

The day’s itinerary is entirely flexible; other sights within the city can be substituted for the day’s visits.  

Overnight in Tokyo at Palace Hotel 5 Stars (Deluxe)

DAY 3 - Tokyo - Kamakura - HakoneMealsMEALS [B]

Engage in one of our specialised tours in Tokyo – watch kabuki with an expert, explore the quirky streets of Akihabara with a guide in a French maid outfit or take photos of the city’s backstreets with an experienced tour leader.

Optional Tour (1): Kabuki Guided Tour

Sushi in its modern form is quite possibly Japan’s most famous export and most recognisable dish. Rice is combined with rice vinegar, sugar, and salt, before having other ingredients such as seafood and vegetables added to it. Sushi comes in a surprising number of shapes and sizes, and the industry is constantly finding a balance between tradition and innovation in Japan.

For lunch today, visit a premier sushi restaurant with a history spanning decades and a location in the elegant neighbourhood of Ginza. The restaurant, normally open for customers only in the evening hours, is available for a private and exclusive high-end sushi lunch.

For guests interested in learning first-hand the art of sushi making, a private one-on-one lesson with the expert local sushi chef is available before lunch. In surroundings depicting the epitome of understated luxury, appreciate the skill required to make sushi, before applying the principles and having a go at making and styling this beloved staple of Japanese cuisine. Presentation is key in sushi preparation, and much thought is given to showcasing the beauty of the final product.

After admiring the presentation, tuck in to a delicious, mouth-watering, and hearty meal, savouring every morsel.

Time (approximation):

Start: 11:30

Duration: approx. 2 h

Optional Tour (2): Kabuki Guided Tour

Kabuki is a beautiful form of traditional Japanese theater that dates back to the Edo Period. The performances usually include elaborate costumes and makeup, strange wigs, and over-exaggerated movements. Kabuki has been designated a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2005.

Experience the performance firsthand at the famous Kabuki-za Theatre in Tokyo’s Ginza district. Meet with the guide before the show for a brief orientation about the performance while enjoying some matcha and Japanese sweets.

From there head into the show, which is actually a collection of 3-4 shows (about an hour each), with intermissions in between.

Times:

Morning: 09:30

Afternoon: 15:00

Duration:

Explanation: 40 min

Kabuki Show: 4-5 h (depending on type of show)

 

Meeting place:

In front of Kabuki-za Theater

Optional Tour (3): Ancient Katana Sword Making

Sword forging is one of the oldest, most famous and admired Japanese traditional crafts.

Developed throughout Japan’s long feudal era, when the samurai class ruled the provinces of Japan, the country’s fine swordsmith’s techniques have been preserved and passed on from generation to generation and are still practiced nowadays.

One of the most famous family-owned swordsmith’s ateliers with a history going back to centuries ago is Yoshiwara Yoshindo’s laboratory. This is where some of Japan’s finest swords are produced through a long and traditional process developed by his family.

Today meet with the English-speaking guide at the hotel and head on a private tour of Yoshiwara’s swordsmith atelier, located just outside of central Tokyo, in the northeast of the city. This is a very exclusive experience, as the laboratory is normally not accessible by the general public, and will be a rare chance to witness authentic Japanese blacksmith techniques, as well as to go back in time and see how the production of these world-famous artefacts has developed throughout the ages.

Duration: 3 hours

Overnight in Tokyo at Palace Hotel                                            5 Stars (Deluxe)

DAY 4 - Tokyo – Takayama MealsMEALS [B|D]

Exo TravelDistance and journey time (approximation): Tokyo Station to Takayama Station: 4.5 h

Today is a self-guided day.

Start the journey to Hida, the northern region of Gifu Prefecture blessed with vast forests that produce large numbers of timber. The timber plays an integral role in the flourishing and preservation of Hida’s traditional architecture, particularly in the towns of Takayama, Hida-Furukawa, and Shirakawago.

The first leg of the trip is on a bullet train that can reach speeds of up to 260 km/h. This is followed by a ride on the limited express train Wide View, which offers one of the most scenic train journeys in Japan. Travel in style in the comfortable Green Class.

Suggested Self-Guided Itinerary:

We recommend strolling in Takayama’s shitamachi, where the streets are lined with century-old merchants’ homes and sake breweries. Stop by one of the breweries for a taste of the local drop or queue for the famous Hida beef sushi in one of the special food stalls.

In Takayama, experience staying in a ryokan, the traditional Japanese-style inn that features paper sliding doors, futon beds and tatami flooring. The best property would be Hidatei Hanaougi, which has some private outdoor baths and a spacious Japanese garden.

DAY 5 - Takayama, Optional Day TripMealsMEALS [B]

Today is a self-guided day.

Learn about the traditional architecture of Hida region with a local guide in the historic Hida-Furukawa or visit the century-old farmhouses in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Shirakawago.

Optional Tour (1): Walking Tour in Hida-Furukawa

Spend the next two and a half hours with the guide strolling in Hida-Furukawa, regarded as the twin town of Takayama. The guide will explain about the history of the town and the culture and lifestyle of the locals.

Today, witness how Hida-Furukawa and its people maintain the culture and tradition which can be traced all the way back to the Muromachi era (1337-1573).

Time: Start: 10:00

Duration: 2.5 h

Distance and journey time (approximation):

Takayama Station to Hida-Furukawa Station: 15 min

Optional Tour (2): Afternoon Trip to Shirakawago

Take the bus to Shirakawago, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its gassho-zukuri farmhouses.

Gassho-zukuri means “constructed like hands in prayer,” which is represented through the farmhouses' steep thatched roofs. This architectural style developed over many generations – the roofs were constructed without any nails but are intricately designed to withstand large amounts of snow.

These houses are private homes of the locals but some are open to the public, such as Wada House, a legacy left behind by the Wada Family who used to be the richest family and village leader in Ogimachi.

Return to Takayama for another night in the ryokan.

Distance and journey time (approximation):

Takayama Bus Terminal to Shirakawago Bus Stop: 50 min

Overnight in Takayama at Hidatei Hanaougi                                           5 Stars (Super Deluxe)

DAY 6 - Takayama – Kanazawa MealsMEALS [B]

Today is a self-guided day.

A private car trip to Kanazawa, a castle town that has become the center for classical and contemporary arts, from traditional handicrafts such as Kaga-Yuzen silk dyeing and gold-leaf production to modern artworks displayed at the 21st Century Museum.

The guide will lead the way to Nagamachi, a historical village where top and middle-class samurais used to reside. Apart from well-preserved old houses, the area also holds a few local craft shops such as Kaburaki (Kutan i porcelain), Yuzen-kan (Kaga-yuzen dyeing for kimonos), and Nosaku (Kaga Maki-e painting on lacquerwares).

Stop by Nomura-ke House, the only samurai residence accessible by the public. Freshly made green tea can be enjoyed on the second floor while viewing the small Japanese garden below.

End this afternoon’s tour at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art designed by Pritzker Prize-awardees, Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa. The museum is known for its modern architecture and progressive exhibits, including Leandro Erlich’s “Swimming Pool,” which gives an illusion of being under or above the water.

Accommodation in Kanazawa will be at the Sainoniwa Hotel, which is surrounded by four gardens that change colors with the season. The interior design of the rooms is a fusion of modern western and traditional Japanese styles. The hotel also has a small gallery that shows the local crafts of Kanazawa.

Overnight in Kanazawa at Hotel Sainoniwa                                            5 stars (Deluxe)

DAY 7 - KanazawaMealsMEALS [B|D]

Exo TravelTime: Start (guided tour): 09:00 Duration: 8 h *including pick-up/drop-off and transit times

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Together with the guide, visit the pristine Kenroku-en Garden, ranked as one of Japan’s top three gardens. Discover the oldest water fountain in the country, a couple of teahouses, and a large villa that used to be the retirement home of one of the richest clans in Kanazawa.

Adjacent to the garden is Kanazawa Castle, easily accessed through the Ishikawa-mon Gate, a designated Important National Cultural Asset.

Lunch can be in one of the local restaurants in Omicho Market, known throughout Japan for its fresh seafood and fine sushi.

Lastly, visit Higashi Chaya, one of the three, well-preserved chaya (teahouse) districts in Kanazawa. It also has several artisan shops, including Hakuza, a specialized store that sells gold leaf products and features a tearoom covered in gold.

DAY 8 - Kanazawa – Kyoto MealsMEALS [B]

Exo TravelDistance and journey time (approximation): Kanazawa Station to Kyoto Station: 2 h 15 min

Today is a self-guided day.

Travel by limited express train to Kyoto, home to 2,000 shrines and temples, tea ceremonies, zazen meditation halls and Geishas.

Optional Afternoon Experience:

In Kyoto, take part in a cultural activity such as ikebana (flower arrangement), pottery-making in Higashiyama district, Maiko makeover experience or kenbu (samurai-sword dance).

Tonight’s stay will be at the Hyatt Regency, a luxurious and cozy hotel designed by the hip Super Potato group. It has a very contemporary Japanese concept, with each room having its own unique design and the bed with a headboard made of kimono fabric.

Overnight in Kyoto

DAY 9 - KyotoMealsMEALS [B]

Exo TravelStart (guided tour): 09:00 Duration: 8 h *including pick-up/drop-off and transit times

Today’s tour starts with a visit to Nijo Castle, an ornamental castle that was originally built to serve as the private villa of a powerful feudal lord. The main building was completed in early 1600s and has since then been known for its Momoyama-style architecture, decorated sliding doors, and “chirping nightingale” floors.

Next in the list is the serene Ryoanji Temple, which is famous for its well-maintained rock garden and known to be the Myoshinji School of the Rinzai Buddhist sect.

Just a short distance from Ryoan-ji is the stunning golden pavilion collectively known as Kinkaku-ji Temple. The temple grounds is relatively smaller than that of most temples and shrines in Kyoto but what is undoubtedly impressive is the pavilion that is completely covered in handmade gold leaves.

Delve deep into Japanese culture with an exclusive half day tour of Kyoto. The day begins with a visit to Kodai-ji, one of Kyoto’s most famous Zen Buddhist temples. Although the sub-temples of Kodai-ji are usually closed to the public, special access has been granted for today’s tea ceremony.

Enter the stunning 400-year-old temple and stroll around its beautiful Zen garden. Then meet with a tea master who will explain about Japanese tea and the relationship between the ceremony and Zen Buddhism. Then the ceremony will begin, with the master explaining each movement and its meaning in detail.  

During the ceremony, join the teacher in making tea, following the motions as he demonstrates. Once ready, sample some traditional confectioneries before sipping the tea to counter its bitter flavour.

As an option, the tea ceremony can be followed by a session of Zazen meditation, one of the most important practices of Zen Buddhism.

Following this interactive experience, take a walking tour around Kyoto’s Higashiyama district. Admire the picture-perfect streets, whose gently sloped stone stairways are lined with tea houses and artisan shops. Stop by Kiyomizu Temple for a short tour of this architectural masterpiece. Climb to its 13-metre high veranda, which was built without the use of any kind of joiners, and enjoy an impressive view of Kyoto.

After soaking up the views of Kyoto, return to the hotel or continue exploring the city’s sites.

Note:

  • Kiyomizu-dera is currently undergoing renovations, with proposed completion in 2019.

Overnight in Kyoto at Four Seasons Kyoto 5 stars (Super Deluxe)

DAY 10 - Kyoto

Exo TravelTime: Start (cultural activity): 09:30, 12:00 or 14:30 Duration: 1.5 h

In today’s cultural experience, learn how to put on a kimono, the traditional Japanese dress known for its intricate design and delicate fabric.

This is followed by a tea ceremony, a quintessential part of the Japanese culture. Learn every aspect of the tea culture, from making the tea to the movements involved in serving it.

After the activity, the rest of the day is free at leisure.

Optional Tour: Dinner with a Maiko

One of the many unique aspects of Japanese culture is its Geisha. With more than 200 years of history, exploring the world of Geisha can be fascinating.

This afternoon with a local guide, explore on foot the streets of Gion, also known as Kyoto’s Geisha district. Start in front of Minamiza Theater and continue past local shops and restaurants, before reaching Yasaka Shrine. A quick detour leads through the streets of Hanami-koji, the most popular street in Gion where lavish teahouses are lined up. Here, a theater lies tucked away where the Geisha and Maiko perform “Miyako Odori,” a famous traditional dance.

After the tour, enjoy a traditional kaiseki dinner in the company of a Maiko. Have the rare opportunity to interact with the hostess and ask questions about her craft and daily life. During the dinner, the Maiko performs traditional dances and invite guests in playing Japanese drinking games.

Time (approximation):

Duration: 3 h

DAY 11 - Kyoto – Kurashiki MealsMEALS [B|D]

Exo TravelDistance and journey time (approximation): Kyoto Station to Okayama Station: 1.5 h

Today is a self-guided day.

This morning head to Okayama, the city well-known for the so-called Crow Castle and the old merchant’s district of Bikan. It also serves as one of the gateways to the art islands in the Seto Inland Sea.

Suggested Self-Guided Itinerary:

Visit Okayama Castle, also known as the “Crow Castle” for its black exterior. Although completed in the late 1500s, the structure that we see today only dates back to 1966 because of countless renovations caused by fires.

Next head to Korakuen Garden, hailed as one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan and a designated Special Place of Scenic Beauty. The only way to get to the garden from Okayama Castle is via Tsukimi Bashi Bridge, a steel and concrete bridge that crosses over Asahi River.

Continue in mid-afternoon to the nostalgic Kurashiki Bikan and Canal Area filled with traditional houses and shops with sliding doors and lattice windows.

If time permits, pay a visit to the Ohara Museum of Art, the first and oldest Western art museum in Japan. On display are the works of some of the most well-known artists in the world such as El Greco, Matisse, and Picasso.

Option: Choose to spend the night in a 250-year old Japanese ryokan. With 11 unique rooms featuring tatami flooring, sliding shoji (rice paper) doors, and comfy futon, this is indeed is going to be another quintessential Japanese accommodation experience.

Overnight in Kurashiki at Kurashiki Ryokan                                            5 stars (Deluxe)

DAY 12 - Kurashiki – NaoshimaMealsMEALS [B]

Exo TravelOkayama Station to Uno Station: 45 min Uno Station to Uno Port: 5 min (on foot) Uno Port to Miyanoura Port: 20 min (ferry)

Meet the guide at 09:00 in the hotel and head out together. Travel to Naoshima, the rural Art Island, established under the initiative of the Benesse Corporation.

The accompanying expert is a renowned art curator, associated with the Setouchi Triennale Art Festival. Follow the expert through some of the most unique museums and galleries in Asia.

Tour the completely reshaped island, learn about the different signature works and explore unique pieces like the iconic ‘Pumpkin’, made by Yayoi Kusama. See the Ando and the Chichu Art Museum, brainchild of the architect Tadao Ando, and many more.

In this unique environment, the guide provides precise insights and context, and answers any question regarding the pieces and collections on this unique island. It is also possible to choose an additional tour around the island by private boat.

Notes:

  • Most of the museums and art galleries on Naoshima are closed on Mondays.
  • It is highly recommended that the entrance tickets for Chichu Art Museum be bought online in advance. When purchasing the tickets, please choose the preferred entry time for the visit. Online tickets need to be exchanged for admission tickets to the museum on the day of the visit; this can be done at the front desk.
  • Guests staying at the Benesse House can use the free shuttle service from Tsutsuji-so bus stop to Chichu Art Museum Ticket Center bus stop. Benesse House Museum and Lee Ufan Museum are in between these stops. Moreover, clients also have free access to the Benesse House Museum, which is open from 08:00 to 21:00.

Overnight in Naoshima at Benesse House 5 stars (Deluxe)

DAY 13 - Naoshima MealsMEALS [B]

Enjoy a day at leisure to either relax at Benesse House or to explore the sides of Naoshima Island that are most interesting.

Suggested Self-Guided Itinerary:

Visit Lee Ufan Museum, the result of the collaboration between Lee Ufan and Tadao Ando. The theme of this museum circles around the tranquility and stillness of life and its harmonious existence with nature.

Suggested Optional Tour: Art Island Yachting

The Setouchi region is frequently hailed as Japan’s Mediterranean counterpart. Naoshima, Teshima, and Inujima are three islands in the Seto Inland Sea that house an array of art museums and installations developed by renowned artists and architects, both local and international. Today, set sail to discover Teshima and Inujima Islands. Both islands, along with Naoshima, are part of the Setouchi Triennale, a festival of contemporary art held once every three years, showcasing artwork by both Japanese and overseas artists. Many installations have been made permanent, however, and thus can be enjoyed year-round, even when the festival is not being held.

Starting at Naoshima, climb aboard the private yacht for the experience of a lifetime, setting sail for Teshima. On arrival at Ieura Port, rental bicycles will be provided for sightseeing on the island. Cycle around the compact island, stopping at a variety of sights, which include Teshima Art Museum and Yokoo House, as well as other art exhibitions such as Les Archives du Cœur and La Forêt des Murmures.

After a simple yet delicious lunch - either in a cosy, local neighbourhood eatery, or a peaceful restaurant overlooking the tranquil, blue sea - depart from Teshima and head to Inujima. On arrival, disembark and explore on foot the works of art that dot the coastline, enjoying the beautiful ocean views at the same time. Visits will be made at Inujima Seirensho Art Museum and Inujima Art House Project.

At the end of this delightful day spent appreciating modern art and installations, head back to the yacht for the trip back, and enjoy the champagne and snacks served on board during the return journey. Be sure to take plenty of photos during this incredible, one-of-a-kind experience.

Note: The experience is available with a departure from Naoshima only              

Duration: 9.5 h

Overnight in Naoshima at Benesse House 5 stars (Deluxe)

DAY 14 - Naoshima – Osaka MealsMEALS [B]

Exo TravelDistance and journey time (approximation): Uno Station to Shin-Osaka Station: 2 h

In the afternoon, travel back to Kansai for a night in Osaka, Japan’s culinary capital. Osaka’s flamboyance, fun-loving people, and amazing food make up for what it lacks in tourist attractions.

Optional Tour: Osaka Soul Food Tour

There is no better place in the country to experience the flamboyant and colourful world of Japan’s street food and nightlife scene than in Osaka. The city’s motto is ‘kuidaore’ or ‘eat-till-you-drop,’ and just one visit shows that it’s not very difficult to do this! Locals are particularly proud of their famous soul-food offerings, such as Okono miyaki (savory cabbage pancake with pork), Takoyaki (savory ball-shaped pancakes with octopus), and other local delicacies. Osaka also offers one of the most authentic experiences when it comes to spending a night out, thanks to the city’s warm-hearted and curious inhabitants.

Meet the food expert at a designated meeting point in Dotonbori and enjoy about four different venues during the tour.

Start the experience by discovering Osaka’s best-loved dishes in one of the liveliest areas in town, with innumerable little shops, restaurants and tiny taverns and bars. Alongside our local English-speaking food expert, enjoy the bright neon lights of one of the main entertainment areas in town before diving into some narrow, hidden alleyways to discover all the local delicacies Osaka has to offer.
With the help of the guide, taste some of the staples of Osaka’s soul-food such as fresh Okonomiyaki, prepared on the spot, and Takoyaki, which have been featured in the Michelin guide. Continue the gourmet journey with fresh sushi and a local brew, plus the opportunity to interact with the sushi chef. To conclude the tour, stroll through the neighborhood with its uncountable tiny bars, each with their very own distinctive style.

Time:

Start: 17:30

Duration: 3 h

Enjoy a last night in style in Japan at St. Regis Osaka. The Grand Deluxe Suite features a private butler to ensure top class service. One of Japan’s best hotels, be amazed by the modern and sleek design of this hotel in the center of Osaka.

Overnight in Osaka at St. Regis Hotel                                           6 stars (Super-Deluxe)

DAY 15 - Departure from Osaka MealsMEALS [B]

Exo TravelDistance and journey time (approximation): St Regis to Kansai Airport: 50 min

The rest of the day is at leisure until transport by private vehicle to Kansai International Airport for the departing flight.

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HOTELS & Details

  • Hotel accommodation with daily breakfast
  • Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
  • English meet and greet at the airport and return private vehicle transfers to the airports
  • Green Class train tickets for transport between cities.
  • PASMO Card for local transportation with 1,500 JPY worth of credits

(Note: Additional credits will be charged by our guides to cover transportation during guided days. Clients are free to further charge their card should they wish to make use of it during self-guided days).

  • English-speaking guides for city tours as mentioned in the itinerary. Entrance fees and transportation fees included.
  • Cultural experience in Kyoto on Day 10
  • Tea Ceremony at Private Temple on Day 9
  • Self-guide app and customized travel documentation
  • International and domestic flights (quoted separately)
  • Some local transport
  • Meals other than mentioned above
  • Personal expenses (e.g. drinks, laundry, telephone, and other expenditures of a personal nature)
  • Travel insurance (please see below)
  • Other services not clearly indicated in the package inclusions above
  • Japan experiences dramatic pricing fluctuations based on Festivals, Domestic holidays and in some instances on weekends. Please consult with your Travel Consultant for exact pricing over a specific date. Reservations during weekends, peak season, and Japanese public holidays will be subject to supplementary charges.
  • Most museums are closed on Mondays or Tuesdays (if that day is a national holiday, closed the following day) and during year-end holidays (usually between December 29 and January 3).
  • Nijo Castle is closed on Tuesdays (or if Tuesday is a national holiday, closed the following day).
  • A jikata, a geisha who specializes in playing traditional Japanese musical instruments, can be arranged at an additional charge. Please inquire for specific rates.
  • For safety reasons, Hakone Ropeway, and some other public transport, may stop operating in case of unfavorable weather conditions.
  • Please inform your travel agent of any special dietary requirements that you may have.
  • For safety reasons, Hakone Ropeway, and some other public transport, may stop operating in case of unfavorable weather conditions.
  • Please inform your travel agent of any special dietary requirements that you may have.

 

IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • We strongly recommend the purchase of travel insurance (covering emergency medical evacuation).
  • Rooms at hotels are available only from 15:00 on arrival day till 10:00 on departure date. A supplement will be added if early check-in or late check-out is desired.
  • Please note that all the above services and tours have yet to be booked, they are proposed for your information only and we will not make any reservations before we receive your confirmation to do so.
  • If any of the listed accommodation is unavailable at the time of booking, we will organize a hotel of a similar category.
  • If one or some proposed service(s) is (are) not available at the moment of booking, we will try to find other possibilities/options or other similar service(s) in order to avoid changes to the program.
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