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zRussian Far East and Kamchatka

18 days

18 Day Luxury Pacific Expedition

Small Ship Adventures for our World Travelers

  • Explore Russia’s remote Chukotka Province, the land of the indigenous Chukchi people and also home to Brown Bears, Walruses and Beluga Whales.
  • Step ashore in Tymlat to experience the life and culture of a remote coastal village… Meet the residents and sample local fare including salmon, herring and caviar.
  • Marvel at the bays, waterfalls and rugged volcanic landscapes of the Kamchatka Peninsula… Zodiac expeditions up remote rivers offer a chance to observe the indigenous wildlife including magnificent Steller’s Sea Eagles and Brown Bears fishing for Salmon!
  • Navigate along the 800-mile long chain of the Kuril Islands and set out with our Expedition Team to observe Sea Otters, Northern Fur Seals, Steller Sea Lions and a remarkable variety of seabirds including Whiskered Auklets, Siberian Ruby-throats and Puffins.
  • Tour the remote port of Korsakov… This former penal colony gained literary fame after a travel report by Anton Chekhov.

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Day
1

Nome, Alaska, U.S.A.

Once all guests have embarked, we depart on our spectacular 15-day, In the Footsteps of Vitus Bering expedition. This afternoon you will be introduced to your expedition team and participate in the safety drill. Tonight we invite you to familiarise yourself with your new home away from home, meet some of your fellow travellers, and enjoy the first of many memorable meals in The Restaurant. Meals D

Day
2

Provideniya, Russia (Cross the International Date Line)

Though today is technically considered Day 2 of our voyage, it is one very long day that includes crossing the International Date Line and approximately 19 hours cruising the Bering Sea before we arrive in Russia and the former Soviet military port of Provideniya. This coastal area is the easternmost point of the Chukotka region. After making our first shore landing by Zodiac, we will be treated to a cultural dance performance and join our local guides for a walking tour of the town and its small museum. Meals B,L,D

Day
3

Chukotka Province, Russia

Today we begin our exploration of Russia’s remote northeast, specifically the land of the indigenous Chukchi people. Our adventures will be determined by weather, sea and wildlife conditions. So, in the true spirit of expedition cruising, we embrace this flexibility and pursue the best possible opportunities the day provides. Here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Gabriel Bay
Today we take a hike among the wetlands that dot the coastline, revealing the wildflowers that carpet the tundra, such as forget-me-nots and dwarf azaleas. The animals here regularly move between locations, so finding them is a matter of luck. However, we will be on the look out for walruses, brown bears and Beluga whales.

Dezneva Bay
We plan to cruise and explore this region by Zodiac, hoping to spot many of its animal species, which include grey whales, walrus, reindeer and brown bears. Birders will be on the lookout for white-fronted bean geese and whooper swans.

Lavrova Bay
Go ashore by Zodiac for nature walks amid a landscape surrounded by conical peaks and jagged cliffs, separated by valleys with waterfalls and tumbling streams.

Meals B,L,D

Day
4

Chukotka Province, Russia

Today we continue our exploration of Russia’s remote northeast, specifically the land of the indigenous Chukchi people. Our adventures will be determined by weather, sea and wildlife conditions. So, in the true spirit of expedition cruising, we embrace this flexibility and pursue the best possible opportunities the day provides. Here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Gabriel Bay
Today we take a hike among the wetlands that dot the coastline, revealing the wildflowers that carpet the tundra, such as forget-me-nots and dwarf azaleas. The animals here regularly move between locations, so finding them is a matter of luck. However, we will be on the look out for walruses, brown bears and Beluga whales.

Dezneva Bay
We plan to cruise and explore this region by Zodiac, hoping to spot many of its animal species, which include grey whales, walrus, reindeer and brown bears. Birders will be on the lookout for white-fronted bean geese and whooper swans.

Lavrova Bay
Go ashore by Zodiac for nature walks amid a landscape surrounded by conical peaks and jagged cliffs, separated by valleys with waterfalls and tumbling streams.

Meals B,L,D

Day
5

Chukotka Province, Russia

We enjoy a final day of our exploration of Russia’s remote northeast today, specifically the land of the indigenous Chukchi people. Our adventures will be determined by weather, sea and wildlife conditions. So, in the true spirit of expedition cruising, we embrace this flexibility and pursue the best possible opportunities the day provides. Here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Gabriel Bay
Today we take a hike among the wetlands that dot the coastline, revealing the wildflowers that carpet the tundra, such as forget-me-nots and dwarf azaleas. The animals here regularly move between locations, so finding them is a matter of luck. However, we will be on the look out for walruses, brown bears and Beluga whales.

Dezneva Bay
We plan to cruise and explore this region by Zodiac, hoping to spot many of its animal species, which include grey whales, walrus, reindeer and brown bears. Birders will be on the lookout for white-fronted bean geese and whooper swans.

Lavrova Bay
Go ashore by Zodiac for nature walks amid a landscape surrounded by conical peaks and jagged cliffs, separated by valleys with waterfalls and tumbling streams.

Meals B,L,D

Day
6

Verkhoturova Island and Tymlat Village, Russia

A short hike up to the cliff tops of Verkhoturov will expose us to a magnificent seabird colony with fantastic views of Tufted Puffins, BrĂ¼nnich's Guillemot, Pelagic Cormorants and Black-legged Kittiwakes.

Located in the Russian Far East on the Tymlat River that flows into the Bering Sea, is the Tymlat village. Arriving on Zodiac, we will be treated to some local hospitality and a sampling of their food, which includes: salmon, navaga (a member of the cod family), herring, and caviar. The renowned cultural group, “Mengo”, may even treat us to a performance of folk songs and dance. Meals B,L,D

Day
7

Karaginskiy Island, Russia

Our proposed landing site is a patchwork of boggy tundra, ponds, and shingle spits. Mostly uninhabited, this is a great site to view an interesting range of waders including the Pacific Golden Plover, Red-necked Stint and Red-necked Phalarope. Meals B,L,D

Day
8

Komander Islands, Bering Sea

The Komander Islands are named after famed commander Vitus Bering who had been commissioned by the Russian Tsar to search for a land bridge between Asia and America. Again, our experiences will be determined by weather, wildlife and sea conditions. Here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Cap Severo-Zapadnyi
Cruising by Zodiac we will get close to the many horned and tufted puffins.

Nikolskoye
Established in 1826 by fur traders, this fishing village on Bering Island has a small museum where we will learn about the Aleut people and their culture. During our visit we will enjoy a concert and be entertained by a presentation of local games.

Meals B,L,D

Day
9

Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

Scenic bays, picturesque waterfalls, and the rugged crater landscape of extinct volcanoes are characteristic of the panorama that awaits us. Here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Kamenistaya Bay
Here we will have a chance to walk in the meadows and see the amazing landscape of extinct volcanoes and rugged coves.

Chazma River
Follow the lead of the Expedition Team on a nature hike to the area’s hot springs. Birders will be keen to spot at least one Steller’s sea eagle – a species known to frequent this area, and incredibly impressive simply for its sheer size.

Morzovaya Bay
Be on the lookout for the Kamchatka brown bears that often can be seen along the bank of the river that flows into the bay. Here we can also see an abandoned trapper's hut and an old Japanese shipwreck.

Zhupanova River
By cruising the river with our highly maneuverable Zodiacs, we will have the ability to stop and go ashore wherever we expect to find the best birding and nature walks. Heading upstream, we are likely to spot up to 40 different bird species and may even see brown bears fishing for salmon in the river.

Meals B,L,D

Day
10

Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

Scenic bays, picturesque waterfalls, and the rugged crater landscape of extinct volcanoes are characteristic of the panorama that awaits us. Here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Kamenistaya Bay
Here we will have a chance to walk in the meadows and see the amazing landscape of extinct volcanoes and rugged coves.

Chazma River
Follow the lead of the Expedition Team on a nature hike to the area’s hot springs. Birders will be keen to spot at least one Steller’s sea eagle – a species known to frequent this area, and incredibly impressive simply for its sheer size.

Morzovaya Bay
Be on the lookout for the Kamchatka brown bears that often can be seen along the bank of the river that flows into the bay. Here we can also see an abandoned trapper's hut and an old Japanese shipwreck.

Zhupanova River
By cruising the river with our highly maneuverable Zodiacs, we will have the ability to stop and go ashore wherever we expect to find the best birding and nature walks. Heading upstream, we are likely to spot up to 40 different bird species and may even see brown bears fishing for salmon in the river.

Meals B,L,D

Day
11

Pertropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia

Petropavlovsk is the only major city on the peninsula and one of the oldest towns in the Russian Far East. It is also the scientific and cultural centre of the region, and today we see just why that is, as our local guides take us on a comprehensive tour of the city’s highlights. We will visit the museum of ethnography and natural history, the art school, the gold-domed Orthodox cathedral and the marketplace. As an exciting alternative to the complimentary city tour, guests have the option to book a helicopter excursion to the Valley of the Geysers in the Kronotsky Nature Reserve. These natural hot springs are a truly impressive spectacle and the steaming clouds of mist make it easy to understand why the indigenous people consider the valley an important sacred site. Meals B,L,D

Day
12

Kuril Islands, Russia

This chain of volcanic islands stretches over 800 miles from the southern tip of the Kamchatka peninsula to the north-easternmost point of Japan, where the archipelago is instead known as the Chishima Islands. As we travel southward, here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Shumshu Island
Watch sea otters at play in the waters surrounding our Zodiacs, and observe the activities of the many cormorants that reside in the harbor-side bird cliffs.

Atlasova Island
At a height of over 2,000 metres, Alaid is the highest volcano in the Kurils. Together with our expedition staff we land by Zodiac on the black lava beach of the island, from where we will begin our walk to see the remains of the Taketomi tufa cone.

Lovyshki Islands
The clusters of rocks that comprise this island group are home to huge populations of sea mammals and birds. At Skala Luvushkky we will go in search of northern fur seals and Steller sea lions and hope to get good views of the pigeon guillemots that often swim around the rocky outcrops of the islands.

Matua Island
Matua is home to one of the Kuril’s most active volcanoes, with more than 14 documented eruptions in the past 250 years. We will learn about the Japanese military base that was set up here during WWII and how the Japanese used to capture geothermal heat from the volcano to keep the runway, which normally freezes over during winter, permanently usable. Hikers will be rewarded with good views of the abandoned military positions and hopefully get a glimpse of the island’s population of Brown-headed thrush, Siberian Ruby throats and Alder thickets.

Yankitcka Island
Yankitcka is a fascinating place. It is actually a sinking volcanic caldera, accessible only by Zodiac and only during high tide. Once inside the magnificent lagoon, we can still see – in the fumarole fields and hot springs – traces of the tremendous forces that created the island long ago. The island is also home to thousands of crested auklets and (if we are lucky) we may also catch a glimpse of an Arctic fox or even the rare and elusive whiskered auklets during our nature walks.

Chirpoy Island
Huge numbers of fulmars, kittawakes, puffins, auklets and Steller sea lions are regularly seen in the area surrounding Chirpoy, and we will have the best opportunity to see them all by exploring with our Zodiacs.

Meals B,L,D

Day
13

Kuril Islands, Russia

This chain of volcanic islands stretches over 800 miles from the southern tip of the Kamchatka peninsula to the north-easternmost point of Japan, where the archipelago is instead known as the Chishima Islands. As we travel southward, here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Shumshu Island
Watch sea otters at play in the waters surrounding our Zodiacs, and observe the activities of the many cormorants that reside in the harbor-side bird cliffs.

Atlasova Island
At a height of over 2,000 metres, Alaid is the highest volcano in the Kurils. Together with our expedition staff we land by Zodiac on the black lava beach of the island, from where we will begin our walk to see the remains of the Taketomi tufa cone.

Lovyshki Islands
The clusters of rocks that comprise this island group are home to huge populations of sea mammals and birds. At Skala Luvushkky we will go in search of northern fur seals and Steller sea lions and hope to get good views of the pigeon guillemots that often swim around the rocky outcrops of the islands.

Matua Island
Matua is home to one of the Kuril’s most active volcanoes, with more than 14 documented eruptions in the past 250 years. We will learn about the Japanese military base that was set up here during WWII and how the Japanese used to capture geothermal heat from the volcano to keep the runway, which normally freezes over during winter, permanently usable. Hikers will be rewarded with good views of the abandoned military positions and hopefully get a glimpse of the island’s population of Brown-headed thrush, Siberian Ruby throats and Alder thickets.

Yankitcka Island
Yankitcka is a fascinating place. It is actually a sinking volcanic caldera, accessible only by Zodiac and only during high tide. Once inside the magnificent lagoon, we can still see – in the fumarole fields and hot springs – traces of the tremendous forces that created the island long ago. The island is also home to thousands of crested auklets and (if we are lucky) we may also catch a glimpse of an Arctic fox or even the rare and elusive whiskered auklets during our nature walks.

Chirpoy Island
Huge numbers of fulmars, kittawakes, puffins, auklets and Steller sea lions are regularly seen in the area surrounding Chirpoy, and we will have the best opportunity to see them all by exploring with our Zodiacs.

Meals B,L,D

Day
14

Kuril Islands, Russia

This chain of volcanic islands stretches over 800 miles from the southern tip of the Kamchatka peninsula to the north-easternmost point of Japan, where the archipelago is instead known as the Chishima Islands. As we travel southward, here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Shumshu Island
Watch sea otters at play in the waters surrounding our Zodiacs, and observe the activities of the many cormorants that reside in the harbor-side bird cliffs.

Atlasova Island
At a height of over 2,000 metres, Alaid is the highest volcano in the Kurils. Together with our expedition staff we land by Zodiac on the black lava beach of the island, from where we will begin our walk to see the remains of the Taketomi tufa cone.

Lovyshki Islands
The clusters of rocks that comprise this island group are home to huge populations of sea mammals and birds. At Skala Luvushkky we will go in search of northern fur seals and Steller sea lions and hope to get good views of the pigeon guillemots that often swim around the rocky outcrops of the islands.

Matua Island
Matua is home to one of the Kuril’s most active volcanoes, with more than 14 documented eruptions in the past 250 years. We will learn about the Japanese military base that was set up here during WWII and how the Japanese used to capture geothermal heat from the volcano to keep the runway, which normally freezes over during winter, permanently usable. Hikers will be rewarded with good views of the abandoned military positions and hopefully get a glimpse of the island’s population of Brown-headed thrush, Siberian Ruby throats and Alder thickets.

Yankitcka Island
Yankitcka is a fascinating place. It is actually a sinking volcanic caldera, accessible only by Zodiac and only during high tide. Once inside the magnificent lagoon, we can still see – in the fumarole fields and hot springs – traces of the tremendous forces that created the island long ago. The island is also home to thousands of crested auklets and (if we are lucky) we may also catch a glimpse of an Arctic fox or even the rare and elusive whiskered auklets during our nature walks.

Chirpoy Island
Huge numbers of fulmars, kittawakes, puffins, auklets and Steller sea lions are regularly seen in the area surrounding Chirpoy, and we will have the best opportunity to see them all by exploring with our Zodiacs.

Meals B,L,D

Day
15

Kuril Islands, Russia

This chain of volcanic islands stretches over 800 miles from the southern tip of the Kamchatka peninsula to the north-easternmost point of Japan, where the archipelago is instead known as the Chishima Islands. As we travel southward, here are some of the places we hope to visit:

Shumshu Island
Watch sea otters at play in the waters surrounding our Zodiacs, and observe the activities of the many cormorants that reside in the harbor-side bird cliffs.

Atlasova Island
At a height of over 2,000 metres, Alaid is the highest volcano in the Kurils. Together with our expedition staff we land by Zodiac on the black lava beach of the island, from where we will begin our walk to see the remains of the Taketomi tufa cone.

Lovyshki Islands
The clusters of rocks that comprise this island group are home to huge populations of sea mammals and birds. At Skala Luvushkky we will go in search of northern fur seals and Steller sea lions and hope to get good views of the pigeon guillemots that often swim around the rocky outcrops of the islands.

Matua Island
Matua is home to one of the Kuril’s most active volcanoes, with more than 14 documented eruptions in the past 250 years. We will learn about the Japanese military base that was set up here during WWII and how the Japanese used to capture geothermal heat from the volcano to keep the runway, which normally freezes over during winter, permanently usable. Hikers will be rewarded with good views of the abandoned military positions and hopefully get a glimpse of the island’s population of Brown-headed thrush, Siberian Ruby throats and Alder thickets.

Yankitcka Island
Yankitcka is a fascinating place. It is actually a sinking volcanic caldera, accessible only by Zodiac and only during high tide. Once inside the magnificent lagoon, we can still see – in the fumarole fields and hot springs – traces of the tremendous forces that created the island long ago. The island is also home to thousands of crested auklets and (if we are lucky) we may also catch a glimpse of an Arctic fox or even the rare and elusive whiskered auklets during our nature walks.

Chirpoy Island
Huge numbers of fulmars, kittawakes, puffins, auklets and Steller sea lions are regularly seen in the area surrounding Chirpoy, and we will have the best opportunity to see them all by exploring with our Zodiacs.

Meals B,L,D

Day
16

Sea of Okhotsk, Russia

Tyuleniy Island
Located off the East coast of Sakhalin Island in the Sea of Okhotsk, we can witness a natural paradise – this small island (only 2 sq. km) is an ideal place to observe large colonies (over 250,000) of northern fur seals and Steller sea lions, as well as tens of thousands of common guillemots and Black-legged Kittiwakes that have made their nests in the cliffs above.

Korsakov, Russia
This port once served as a penal colony and achieved literary fame after a travel report by Anton Chekhov. We will have just enough time to get a glimpse of this city during a brief morning excursion before returning to the Silver Discoverer and beginning the process of immigration clearance out of Russia.

Meals B,L,D

Day
17

Sea of Okhotsk, Russia

Tyuleniy Island
Located off the East coast of Sakhalin Island in the Sea of Okhotsk, we can witness a natural paradise – this small island (only 2 sq. km) is an ideal place to observe large colonies (over 250,000) of northern fur seals and Steller sea lions, as well as tens of thousands of common guillemots and Black-legged Kittiwakes that have made their nests in the cliffs above.

Korsakov, Russia
This port once served as a penal colony and achieved literary fame after a travel report by Anton Chekhov. We will have just enough time to get a glimpse of this city during a brief morning excursion before returning to the Silver Discoverer and beginning the process of immigration clearance out of Russia.

Meals B,L,D

Day
18

Otaru, Japan

After breakfast, disembark the Silver Discoverer. Meals B

Expedition highlights and wildlife listed here are possible experiences only and cannot be guaranteed. Your Expedition Leader and Captain will work together to ensure opportunities for adventure and exploration are the best possible, taking into account the prevailing weather and wildlife activity. Expedition Team members scheduled for this voyage are subject to change or cancellation.

Extend Your Trip

Discover Denali National Park!

6 Days from $7,599

Complement your expedition voyage with the majesty of Denali National Park! We take you deeper into the remote Alaskan Backcountry and include a variety of naturalist-guided expeditions for amazing experiences available to few travelers. Delight in the warmth and authentic Alaskan style of our lodges as you discover the mighty Alaska Range and Mt. McKinley with our attentive resident guides!

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Day
1

Denali

Welcome to the Last Frontier.  Flight arrival (booked on own, early flights strongly suggested*) into Anchorage and meet your local guide at luggage claim.  A brief welcome orientation by your guide before you board your private vehicle and travel (just over 200 miles) to Denali National Park.  Enjoy Alaska-style luxury lodging and an exclusive Denali experience.  Your local guide is available for transfers this evening to local restaurants and sites.  

Day
2

Kantishna

Enjoy a morning in this natural setting with a variety of artistic experiences and specialty services.  You may want to enjoy a workshop, a performance, a raft adventure down a glacial river, a visit to a local dog kennel, or just a peaceful morning in this serene setting.  This afternoon, a 1-hour excursion onboard a small aircraft* will transfer you into Denali National Park** with awe-inspiring views of the Alaska Range, Denali, and the north side glaciers en route.  Land in Kantishna for your back country Alaskan experience.  Meals B, D

Day
3

Kantishna

The next two days are yours to enjoy and experience Denali National Park.  The park offers specialized learning adventures and hiking opportunities.  Enjoy the scenery, history, wildlife, and wildflowers.  Weather permitting, you’ll have views of the breathtaking Alaska Range and Mt McKinley, the highest peak in North America at 20,320’.  This remote destination allows you to enjoy the park away from the business of everyday life.  Access and accommodations in Kantishna are very limited.  You can enjoy exploring with the local naturalist in a small group setting or take a moment to soak up this majestic setting in a private moment all on your own. Meals, B, L, D

Day
4

Kantishna

Open Day. Meals B, L, D

Day
5

Anchorage

You’ll have an early departure with your tour bus* this morning (6:45am) for the park entrance. Your journey will take you and fellow travelers 95 miles on the park road with a naturalist guide.  Keep your eyes open for caribou, grizzly bears, Golden Eagles, moose, and more.  Upon arrival, meet up again with your local guide who will assist your boarding for the train.  Ride the rails on the deluxe dome car.  Lunch included on the train before you arrive at the quaint and unique town of Talkeetna, the jumping off point for climbers attempting Mt McKinley.  Your local guide meets you again in Talkeetna and makes a special stop at the locally owned microbrewery, Denali Brewing Company.   Enjoy a visit to the tasting room for an included pint of the local beer or glass of wine prior to boarding your private vehicle and continuing south to Anchorage. Meals B, L

Day
6

Depart

Transportation* for departing flights (booked on own).  Say farewell to your local guide. Meals B

Explore Sapporo

3 Days from $2,199

Sapporo gained worldwide fame after hosting the 1972 Winter Olympics, but the vibrant capital of Japan's northern island boasts a charm well beyond winter sports. Extend your journey with this perfectly planned visit... We include private transfers, a 2-night stay at the deluxe JR Tower Hotel Nikko, sightseeing with your own car, driver & guide, a visit to the Sapporo Brewery, and more.

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Day
1

Arrive Sapporo

Arrive at Shin-Chitose airport. Transfer to hotel in Sapporo with English speaking guide by coach.

Day
2

Sapporo

Full days sightseeing in Sapporo with English speaking guide by coach, visiting:
- Clock Tower
- Hitsujigaoka Observation Hill
- Historical Museum of Hokkaido
- Sapporo Beer Brewery

Return to your hotel. Meals B

Day
3

Depart Sapporo

Transfer to Otaru pier with English speaking assistant by coach.

Travel on Japan's Golden Route

8 Days from $7,499

This luxury extension features in-depth private car sightseeing and exclusive cultural experiences designed to showcase the historic treasures of Kyoto and ancient Nara, the natural beauty of Hakone National Park and the 21st-century vibrancy of Tokyo. Every step of the way, you'll delight in our outstanding luxury accommodations like the landmark Imperial Hotel in the heart of Tokyo and a charming ryokan in Hakone.

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Day
1

Arrive Kyoto

Arrive at Kansai airport. Transfer to hotel in Kyoto by private vehicle.

Day
2

Kyoto

Full days sightseeing in Kyoto with private guide by private vehicle, visiting:
- Kinkakuji Golden Pavilion
- Nijo Castle
- Japanese cooking lesson and home hosted lunch with locals
- Kiyomzu temple
- Walking tour in Gion district

Return to the hotel. Meals B, L

Day
3

Kyoto

Six hour sightseeing in Kyoto & Nara, visiting:
- Fushimi Inari Shrine
- Todaiji Temple with the great image of Buddha
- Kasuga Shrine

Return to the hotel. Meals B

*Optional Tour (Please arrange overnight bag for your stay in Mt. Koya for 1 night):
Full day sightseeing in Mt. Koya, visiting:
- Konbo buji temple
- Okuno-in

Check in to monastery. Japanese vegetarian dinner served by Monk.

Day
4

Kyoto

Free at leisure. Meals B

*Optional Tour:
Morning service and Japanese vegetarian breakfast served by Monk. Explore Mt. Koya on your own until departure. Leave Mt. Koya for Kyoto. Rest of the day, free at leisure.

Day
5

Hakone

Transfer to Kyoto station by private vehicle. Depart Kyoto to Hakone by bullet train (1st class). Arrive at Hakone, half day sightseeing, visiting:
- Mt. Fuji 5th station
- Ookigahara Forest and caves trekking

Transfer to Ryokan. Enjoy hot spring and Japanese full course dinner. (Baggage will be separately transferred from Kyoto to Tokyo. Please arrange an overnight nigh for 1 night stay in Hakone) Meals B, L, D

Day
6

Hakone

Full day sightseeing in Hakone, visiting:
- Cruise on lake Ashi
- Hakone Rope way
- Owakudani Geothermal Valley
- Hakone Open Air Museum

Transfer to hotel in Tokyo. Meals B

Day
7

Tokyo

Full day sightseeing in Tokyo with guide by private vehicle, visiting:
- Meiji Jingu Shrine
- Shibuya crossing & Omote Sando (drive by)
- Japanese taiko drum lesson
- Tokyo City View & Mori Tower
- Ginza
- Asakusa Kannnon Temple & Nakamise

Return to the hotel. Meals B

Day
8

Depart Tokyo

Depart Tokyo. Meals B

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