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Our genuine experts explored the destinations time and again and finally worked out the itinerary taking you to experience the highlights in various ways that others might miss.

pic Nara: Steeped in ancient history

Japan's first capital enchants with its roaming deer, grand Todaiji Temple housing the Great Buddha, and verdant parks, preserving a serene atmosphere where past and nature seamlessly intertwine.

pic Visit Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Dome stands as a global symbol of reconciliation

surrounded by tranquil gardens, the picturesque Miyajima Island, and a vibrant modern cityscape, testament to the enduring human spirit.

pic Bustling with energy, Osaka is Japan's foodie heaven

Bustling with energy, Osaka is Japan's foodie heaven and a vibrant metropolis where historic Osaka Castle stands tall among neon-lit streets, while Universal Studios Japan and the lively Dotonbori showcase the city's playful spirit and cultural fusion.

pic Exploring Hakone

nestled in Japan's Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, known for its therapeutic hot springs, scenic lake vistas, and the iconic view of Mt. Fuji, offering a perfect blend of nature, culture, and relaxation.

pic Visit the Seto Inland Sea

Okayama is a city of cultural contrasts, balancing the serenity of Korakuen Garden with the majesty of Okayama Castle, and basking in the title of 'Sunshine Country,' inviting visitors to explore its warm climate and rich heritage.

pic Visit Miyajima

Known for its iconic floating torii gate and sacred deer, Miyajima Island embodies serenity, where the Itsukushima Shrine mirrors on tranquil waters, blending nature's tranquility with spiritual awe.

pic A unique fusion of culture and environmental harmony

Experience art amidst nature, where sculptures and installations interact with the landscape, inviting visitors on a stroll through history and creativity, under open skies.

pic Kyoto's World Heritage Sites

Timeless temples, serene gardens, and historic palaces whisper tales of ancient Japan's imperial grandeur, preserving a cultural legacy through 17 UNESCO-inscribed gems in the heart of the old capital.

pic Visit Kurashiki traditional storehouses line the Edo-period streets

Discover a charming canal district frozen in time, where traditional storehouses line the Edo-period streets, art museums beckon, and a nostalgic boat ride reveals the fusion of history and modern cultural charm.

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Day 1 - Welcome to Japan!

Today you will fly to Tokyo. On arrival, your driver will welcome you at the arrival hall and transfer you to your hotel with a private car to ensure your arrival is worry-free.

Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 2 - Tokyo's Timeless Traditions Meets Modern Marvels | ​Sensoji Temple, Teamlab planets tokyo, Sumida River Cruise, Odaiba Marine Park&Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge

Sensoji Temple:Senso-ji Temple Tokyo`s oldest and most prominent temple. The magestic Senso-Ji Buddhist Temple is almost 1400 years old and is a symbol of Asakusa and the entire city of Tokyo.

Teamlab planets tokyo:teamLab is an art collective running various museums and installations. They make use of cutting-edge technology, including projection and motion capture. These days, their immersive, genre-bending galleries are among some of Tokyo's most popular tourist attractions.

Sumida River Cruise:You’ll ride Tokyo Mizube Line’s comfortable water bus that will allow you to move freely in this thrilling scenic ride. You can choose between the Asakusa to Odaiba route or vice versa whichever fits your schedule and itinerary best. Make sure to bring your camera as you will pass by some of Tokyo’s top sights including the Tokyo Sky Tree, Tsukiji Bridge, Rainbow Bridge, and more! The cruise can be done in under an hour allowing you to use your free time to explore more of either Asakusa or Odaiba. Bring your family and friends along and enjoy this exciting voyage together in Tokyo!

Odaiba Marine Park&Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge:Odaiba Marine Park&Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge is a public park that stretches around the Tokyo Bay. The roughly 800m long artificial coastline of Odaiba Beach hosts a number of marine sports for visitors to enjoy, such as windsurfing.The park also has a rocky beach area where you can enjoy fishing, gathering seashells, Best of all, the Odaiba Marine Park offers you fantastic views of Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge, which provides the connecting link between mainland Tokyo and the island..

Sensoji Temple
Sensoji Temple
Teamlab planets tokyo
Teamlab planets tokyo
Sumida River Cruise
Sumida River Cruise
Odaiba Marine Park&Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge
Odaiba Marine Park&Tokyo's Rainbow Bridge
Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 3 - Tokyo Bustling Modern Tour | Meiji Jingu Shrine, Zojoji Temple, Tokyo Tower, Akihabara

Welcome to Meiji Jingu Shrine This shrine is the largest and most powerful spot in Tokyo. Meiji Jingu enshrines Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken as its deities.Located in the center of Tokyo, the palace is surrounded by moats and serene gardens.At 1,092 feet (333 meters) tall, Zojoji Temple is the head temple of the Jodo sect of Japanese Buddhism in the Kanto Region.  Standing next to Tokyo Tower, the temple grounds consist of some impressive structures as well as a mausoleum of the Tokugawa family and a small museum.Tokyo Tower is an impressive Japanese landmark offering 360-degree views of the city from its two observation decks(Includes 150m viewing tickets).Akihabara, also commonly known as “Electric Town,” is the go-to district in Tokyo for electronics—and a popular spot to immerse in anime and manga culture.  The area’s hundreds of stores sell everything from computer parts to home goods.

Meiji Jingu Shrine
Meiji Jingu Shrine
Tokyo Tower Top Deck Tour(150m&250m)
Tokyo Tower Top Deck Tour(150m&250m)
Zojoji Temple(Tokyo Tower Appearance View)
Zojoji Temple(Tokyo Tower Appearance View)
Akihabara
Akihabara
Accommodation: Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)

Day 4 - Exploring Hakone's Natural Wonders | Lake Ashino, Hakone Pirate Ship, Owakudani

Hakone is the most popular tourist attraction in the Kanto region. "Hakone Day Tour" will take you to Lake Ashino to take the "Hakone Pirate Ship" to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Mt. Fuji and the lake, and then take the "Hakone Ropeway" to Owakudani. The scenery along the way is pleasing to the eye . Owakudani, left over from a volcanic eruption 4,000 years ago, in addition to being able to see the crater, now still has bursts of white smoke and the smell of sulfur. In Owakudani, you can buy the legendary black jade, which can prolong life. It is said that eating one can prolong life by 7 years! 

Owaku-dani Valley
Owaku-dani Valley
Lake Ashi
Lake Ashi
Hakone Sightseeing cruise
Hakone Sightseeing cruise
Hakone Shrine
Hakone Shrine
Accommodation: Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu

Day 5 - Exploring Hakone's Cultural Charms&Transfer Kyoto by Shinkansen | The Hakone Open-Air Museum

The Hakone Open-Air Museum:The Hakone Open Air Museum successfully attempts to create a harmonic balance of nature and art by exhibiting various sculptures on its grounds in combination with views of the surrounding valley and mountains. The museum also offers several more exhibition halls with rotating exhibitions by various artists, shops and cafes that overlook some of the installations, multiple kids spaces including Zig Zag World where children can play among a soft art installation, and an outdoor foot bath.

Shinkansen/Bullet train experience between Odawara and Kyoto(Ticket Included)

After arriving at Station,Check in at the hotel by yourself.The hotel is close to the station.

The Hakone Open-Air Museum
The Hakone Open-Air Museum
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 6 - Kyoto Full Day Classic tour | Higashi Honganji Temple, Sanjusangendo, Nishiki Market, Tea Ceremony

Unlike many sightseeing locations, Higashi Honganji Temple is still an influential place in modern religious practices, situated just east of another spot of interest, Nishi Honganji Temple. They functioned as a single temple complex, in fact, until shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu split them into east (higashi) and west (nishi) because he was afraid that as a single entity, their political power would grow too great.

Sanjusangendo is the popular name for Rengeo-in, a temple in eastern Kyoto which is famous for its 1001 statues of Kannon, the goddess of mercy.  wooden statue of a 1000-armed Kannon (Senju Kannon) that is flanked on each side by 500 statues of human sized 1000-armed Kannon standing in ten rows.  Together they make for an awesome sight.

Nishiki Market is a narrow, five block long shopping street lined by more than one hundred shops and restaurants. Known as "Kyoto's Kitchen", this lively retail market specializes in all things food related, like fresh seafood, produce, knives and cookware, and is a great place to find seasonal foods and Kyoto specialties, such as Japanese sweets, pickles, dried seafood and sushi.Kyoto Tea Ceremony in Japan is one of the best and memorable experiences you can have!   Kimonos would normally be worn during traditional tea ceremonies.Our expert tea master and host, and friendly staff will demonstrate the process during the tea ceremony while explaining the significance behind it the steps and the tools.   You will get to learn about tea ceremony history, Kyoto, and tea ceremony etiquette.During the tea ceremony, you will not only observe how to make matcha green tea but you will also be guided on the process of making your own by the tea master.


Higashi Honganji Temple
Higashi Honganji Temple
Sanjusangendo
Sanjusangendo
Nishiki Market Food Experience
Nishiki Market Food Experience
Kimono and Tea Ceremony Experience
Kimono and Tea Ceremony Experience
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 7 - Kyoto's Serene Beauty | Arashiyama, Tenryuji Temple, Bamboo Forest, Togetsukyo Bridge, Okochi-Sanso, Kinkaku-ji Temple (Private Guide)

Explore the historical elegance of Arashiyama, a former retreat for Japanese aristocracy, on a half-day walking tour. Rich in over a thousand years of history and natural beauty, visit the serene Tenryuji Temple, known for its expansive gardens and scenic vistas. Wander through the iconic Sagano Bamboo Forest, a sensory haven where the wind weaves music through the bamboo groves. Conclude at the picturesque Togetsukyo Bridge. Visit Okochi-Sanso, showcasing traditional Japanese residential architecture and a teahouse exemplifying wabi-sabi aesthetics.

Your journey continues at Kinkaku-ji Temple, the Golden Pavilion. This 14th-century marvel, set against a forest backdrop and mirrored in a tranquil lake, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Kyoto’s most cherished attractions.


Kinkaku-ji Temple
Kinkaku-ji Temple
Togetsukyo Bridge
Togetsukyo Bridge
Tenryu-ji
Tenryu-ji
Sagano Bamboo Forest
Sagano Bamboo Forest
Okochi Sanso
Okochi Sanso
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 8 - Nara Full Day Excursion&Stay in Osaka | Fushimi Inari Shrine, Nara Park, Todai-ji Temple, Kasuga Taisha

Fushimi Inari Shrine/Red Torii Gates is an important Shinto shrine in southern Kyoto.  It is famous for its thousands of vermilion torii gates, which straddle a network of trails behind its main buildings.  The trails lead into the wooded forest of the sacred Mount Inari, which stands at 233 meters and belongs to the shrine grounds. Nara Park it is also home to hundreds of freely roaming deer.  Considered the messengers of the gods, Nara's over 1000 deer have become a symbol of the city and have even been designated as a natural treasure.   Deer crackers are for sale around the park, and some deer have learned to bow to visitors to ask to be fed. Nara's deer are surprisingly tame, although they can be aggressive if they think you will feed them, so make sure not to tease them with food.Todaiji is one of Japan's most famous and historically significant temples and a landmark of Nara. The temple was constructed in 752 as the head temple of all provincial Buddhist temples of Japan and grew so powerful that the capital was moved away from Nara in 784 in order to lower the temple's influence on government affairs.Until recently, Todaiji's main hall, the Daibutsuden (Big Buddha Hall).Kasuga Taisha is Nara's most celebrated shrine. It was established at the same time as the capital and is dedicated to the deity responsible for the protection of the city. Kasuga Taisha was also the tutelary shrine of the Fujiwara, Japan's most powerful family clan during most of the Nara and Heian Periods. Like the Ise Shrines, Kasuga Taisha had been periodically rebuilt every 20 years for many centuries. In the case of Kasuga Taisha, however, the custom was discontinued at the end of the Edo Period.

Fushimi Inari Taisha/Red Torii Gates
Fushimi Inari Taisha/Red Torii Gates
Nara Park
Nara Park
Todai-ji Temple
Todai-ji Temple
Kasugataisha shrine
Kasugataisha shrine
Accommodation: Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae

Day 9 - Himeji Castle: Japan's Iconic White Heron Castle (Private Guide)

Visit the majestic Himeji Castle, also known as White Heron Castle (Shirasagijo), celebrated for its elegant white façade. Recognized as Japan's most spectacular castle, it is renowned for its grand size, stunning beauty, and well-preserved complex grounds. Himeji Castle holds the distinction of being both a national treasure and a World Heritage Site. Remarkably, it stands as one of Japan’s twelve original castles, having never been destroyed by war, earthquake, or fire, making it a unique and authentic historical monument.

Himeji Castle
Himeji Castle
Accommodation: Hotel Granvia Okayama

Day 10 - Western Japan's Historical and Peaceful Journey | Okayama Castle, Okayama Korakuen Garden, Atomic Bomb Dome, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park(Private Guide)

Discover Okayama Castle, an iconic "crow castle" dating back to 1597, rebuilt in 1966 after its destruction in WWII. Set along the Asahi River, this historic gem boasts a unique black exterior and offers a glimpse into Japan's Azuchi-Momoyama Period. Just across the river lies Okayama's top attraction, Korakuen Garden, one of Japan's three finest landscape gardens.

Continue your journey to the Atomic Bomb Dome, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, telling a somber tale of nuclear devastation. Finally, visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, a sprawling 120,000-square-meter oasis that honors history and promotes peace, nestled amidst the city's vibrant downtown.


Okayama Castle
Okayama Castle
Okayama Korakuen Garden
Okayama Korakuen Garden
Atomic Bomb Dome
Atomic Bomb Dome
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
Accommodation: Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima

Day 11 - Miyajima Magic | Itsukushima Shrine,Kintai Bridge (Private Guide)

Discover the captivating Itsukushima Shrine, nestled on the centuries-old "shrine island" of Miyajima. Renowned worldwide for its mesmerizing "floating" torii gate, this shrine is the heart of the island's fame and its namesake.

Immerse yourself in history at the Kintai Bridge, a remarkable wooden arch bridge in Iwakuni. Dating back to 1673, this architectural marvel boasts five wooden arches and spans the picturesque Nishiki River. Beneath the majestic Mt. Yokotama, crowned by the historic Iwakuni Castle built in 1601, this bridge stands as a testament to resilience, having outlasted its predecessors, which succumbed to spring floods.

Itsukushima Shinto Shrine
Itsukushima Shinto Shrine
Kintai Bridge
Kintai Bridge
Accommodation: Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima

Day 12 - Cultural Charms of Okayama | Shukkeien Garden, Kurashiki Bikan Quarter, Ohara Museum (Private Guide)

Experience the charm of the "shrunken-scenery garden," where nature's grandeur is artfully recreated on a smaller scale. Wander through landscapes mimicking valleys, mountains, and forests, meticulously crafted to capture diverse scenic views.

Step into the past in the preserved Bikan Historical Quarter, where canals wind between storehouses. Admire weeping willows lining the water's edge and picturesque stone bridges, creating a scene reminiscent of a bygone era.

Explore Japan's first Western art museum, featuring a stunning collection in multiple buildings. From Picasso to Kandinsky, the museum showcases masterpieces by renowned artists, spanning various periods and nationalities, all set along the picturesque canal.


Shukkeien Garden
Shukkeien Garden
Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter
Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter
Ohara Museum of Art
Ohara Museum of Art
Accommodation: Hotel Granvia Okayama

Day 13 - Osaka's Urban Adventure | Castle, Shopping, Street Food Delights (Private Guide)

Experience Osaka's vibrant culture and iconic landmarks:

Osaka Castle (Distant view): Marvel at the historic Osaka Castle, whose construction began in 1583, representing Toyotomi Hideyoshi's vision for a unified Japan. This colossal fortress, built on the former Ishiyama Honganji Temple site, once stood as the nation's largest castle.

Shinsaibashi: Explore the heart of retail history at Shinsaibashi-suji, a bustling shopping district with roots dating back to the 18th century. Stroll down this lively street to immerse yourself in Japan's consumer culture, then head south to Dotonbori Bridge for a taste of neon-lit excitement.

Dotonbori: Delight your taste buds on both sides of the Dotonbori River, home to an array of dining establishments. Don't miss the famous Kani Douraku with its giant crab sign. Enjoy open-air ramen stands and discover a vibrant bar scene as you continue towards Shinsaibashi.

Street food experience: Embark on a Japanese Street Food Tour guided by an English-speaking expert, savoring over 10 delectable treats, including Takoyaki, Shioyaki, Kobe Beef, Okonomiyaki, and more.


Osaka Castle
Osaka Castle
Shinsaibashi
Shinsaibashi
Dotonbori
Dotonbori
Street food experience
Street food experience
Accommodation: Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi

Day 14 - Departure

Privatr transfer service between Osaka and KIX airport.

Accommodation

  • 3 Nights in Tokyo
  • 1 Night in Hakone
  • 4 Nights in Kyoto
  • 2 Nights in Okayama
  • 2 Nights in Hiroshima
  • 1 Night in Osaka
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Room Type:Standard Double Room(27㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Nearby Toyocho Station offers direct subway access to Otemachi and Nihonbashi in about 10 minutes. JR Tokyo Train Station and the Imperial Palace are a 15-minute taxi ride away. Tokyo Sky Tree Tower is a 20-minute drive away, and Tokyo Disney Resort is a 30-minute drive. Airport limousine busses to/from Narita and Haneda airports are offered at an extra charge.

Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Room Type:Japanese-Style Family Room with Open-Air Bath(58㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Boasting natural hot spring baths in the popular Hakone area, Shinanoki Ichinoyu offers modern Japanese-style accommodation with free WiFi. Hakone Venetian Glass Museum is just a 2-minute walk away.

Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Room Type:Superior Twin Room
Why this Hotel:

Newly opened in August 2016, Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto Ekimae offers accommodations with free WiFi. The hotel is directly connected to JR Kyoto Station and a 4-minute walk away. Laptop rentals are available for in-room use.

Kyoto Ekimae Daiwa Roynet is a 15-minute walk from Toji Temple and a 20-minute train ride from Fushimi Inari Shrine. Kansai International Airport can be reached with a 105-minute bus ride from the property. Nishi and Higashi Hongan-ji temples are respectively a 15 and 10-minute stroll from the hotel.

Hotel Granvia Okayama
Hotel Granvia Okayama
Hotel Granvia Okayama
Hotel Granvia Okayama
Hotel Granvia Okayama
Room Type:Separate Superior Twin Room(32㎡)
Why this Hotel:

The hotel is a 5-minute drive from Koraku-en Garden and Okayama Castle. An hour’s train ride takes guests to Shikoku Island. Kibitsu Shrine is a 20-minute drive away.

Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
Room Type:Moderate Twin Room (3 Bed) -(20 m 2)
Why this Hotel:

Guests can enjoy dishes while overlooking the city at Confrere Restaurant. For drinks and light snacks, guests can visit Café Di Espresso. A buffet is available for breakfast.

Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima provides laundry and dry-cleaning services. A hair salon is also available.

The Atomic Bomb Dome is a 12-minute walk from the hotel, while Hiroshima Big Arch is a 20-minute drive away. The nearest airport is Hiroshima Airport, a 55-minute drive away from the property.

Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi
Room Type:Deluxe Twin Room(28㎡)
Why this Hotel:

Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi has a fitness center, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Osaka. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage space and free WiFi. The property is 1.1 miles from the city center and a 8-minute walk from Namba Shrine.

What's included

AccommodationInternational-standard
Day1-3 Hotel East 21 Tokyo (Okura Hotels & Resorts)
Day4 Sengokuhara Shinanoki Ichinoyu
Day5-8 Daiwa Roynet Hotel Kyoto-ekimae
Day9,12 Hotel Granvia Okayama
Day10-11 Mitsui Garden Hotel Hiroshima
Day13 Tokyu Stay Osaka Hommachi

Carefully selected accommodation with breakfast

Accommodation based on two people sharing (for each person not sharing a room, the single supplement will be added)

  • Well screened Hotels

    Handpicked hotels with good service and spacious room.

  • Super nice location

    Downtown location with convenient transportation and many good restaurants nearby.

TransportPrivate & Air-conditioned

All mentioned internal flights, trains, and cruises

Private & air-conditioned vehicle with ample space

  • Best-time flight

    No early get up. No late arrival.

  • Better seats

    Select seats for you as spacious as possible, such as exit row or bulkhead with more legroom.

GuidePrivate & Professional

Expert English-speaking local guide

MealsSafe & Authentic

All meals specified in the itinerary

  • Satisfying food

    Your special request on food can always be satisfied, no matter it relates to religion or medical purpose!

  • Local specialities

    Traditional local food is delicious and its specialities are worth searching out with our local guide!

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SupportUseful Package & 24/7 Local Service

Bottles of drinking water and cold towels per guest per day

24/7 helpline while you are travelling

ExcursionsAll listed in the above Itnerary

All excursions specified in the itinerary

All entrance fees specified in the itinerary

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Flights

Flights before and after the tour are not included in the tour price. You can organize your flights separately at any point.

service

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Professional Guides & Drivers

We offer professional private tour guides with over 10-year experience, well-performed vehicles less than 5-year service life and licensed drivers with 5-year practice. Each of our employees undergoes rigorous screening before they can join our network.

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Well-selected Scenic spots and Hotel

All the hotels we advised have been inspected by our team and we spend time each year to top up our knowledge on the spot. Continuing Positive feedbacks on them from former customers because of their outstanding and unique characters.

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Local Available 7/24

You will have our local team's urgency contact number and we are available whenever and wherever. If you meet any problem or need any help, just make a phone call and everything will be settled down at a time.

welcome kit
Warm Welcome Kits

We provide the welcome kits for each customer, you will receive the SIM card, city map, a bottle of drinking water and a cool towel per guest per day for FREE. Get all first-step information and useful tips in one profile and make your first tour simple and easy.