Kayak and Hike the Izu Peninsula & Mt Fuji
Paddle the tropical coastline of the volcanic Izu Peninsula and take on a section of the sacred Mt Fuji pilgrimage trail.
Kayak past Hagachizaki Bay, home to a troop of over 300 wild Japanese macaque monkeys. Bed down in traditional 'ryokans'; don your robe, roll out your futon and hop in a steaming ‘onsen’. Hit the backstreets of Tokyo in search of hidden ‘izakaya’ for the ultimate foodie dive bar experience.
No kayaking experience is needed but you should feel comfortable on the water and able to hike for up to six hours at a time.
Cheesecake, figs, and pinot noir.
Kayak & Hike
Up to 10
8 days / 7 nights
Kayak the east coast of the Izu peninsular to the Shirahama white sand beach
Hike the Mt Fuji pilgrimage trail passing past sacred forest, shrines and temples
Visit a local fish market and try Kinmedai (red bream) served fresh from the boat.
Kayak past the the red cliffs of Hagachizaki under the watchful eye of the monkeys.
Take in the sensory overload that is Tokyo and check out a back street 'isakaya'
2 nights in a Tokyo hotel, 4 nights in a traditional 'ryokan' and 1 night beachside camping
All breakfasts, 6 lunches and 6 dinners
Expert, English-speaking local kayaking and hiking guides
Airport transfers and train to and from the coast
All your kayaking and camping equipment
National park permits and fees
Individualised pre-trip training program
International & domestic air tickets unless added
Meals and beverage not already mentioned
Early check-in and late checkout hotel charges
Personal travel insurance
Expenditure of a personal nature such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry, topping, etc.