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Tokyo Kayaking and canoeing Tours 2019/2020

2 Kayaking and canoeing Tours with 92 Reviews

Highlights
  • Hike along the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route..
  • Cycle between islands in rural Japan..
  • Visit the Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto..
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  • Starts Osaka, Japan
  • Ends Tokyo, Japan

Japan Hike, Bike & Kayak

13 days kayaking and canoeing tour through Osaka, Tokyo, Chikatsuyu and 7 other destinations in Japan. Read More
SavingUS$ 964
From US$ 4,599 US$ 3,635 13 days View Tour
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Highlights
  • We can't think of a better way to enjoy the many facets of Japan than by hiking, biking and kayaking your way around some of the country's most amazing natural and cultural sites..
  • Temple hop in Kyoto as you wind your way through the city by bike, stopping off for lunch for a vegetarian meal on the way..
  • The Kumano Kodo is one of only 2 UNESCO listed pilgrimage trails in the world.
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  • Starts Tokyo, Japan
  • Ends Osaka

Japan: Hike, Bike & Kayak

12 days active and outdoor trip through Tokyo, Kumano Kodo, Narai and 6 other destinations in Japan. Read More
  • Operator Intrepid Travel Active 21 hours ago
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Adventure, Explorer & Active and outdoor
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Boat, Train & Bus
  • Age Range 15 to 99 years old
SaveUS$ 317
From US$ 4,525 12 days View Tour
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Sep 22 Only 4 seats left
Oct 20 Only 8 seats left
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Tokyo Tour Reviews

4.7 - Excellent Based on 92 customer reviews
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Discover Japan
Thomas Zebrasky From USA
5 - Excellent
“Excellent”
Very Good Reviewed Tour: Japan Adventure
Barry Hill From Australia
4 - Very Good
“Very Good”
Best trip! Reviewed Tour: Grand Tour of Japan
James And Jane From USA
4 - Very Good
“This tour is very comprehensive. We felt we had a true Japanese experience. It was great to stay in the true ryokan and have an onsen available for our use. We were very happy that we were able to meet with the maikos and learn about them. Riding the bullet train, attending a kimono show and being immersed in the Japanese culture was a truly rewarding experience.x”
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