JAPAN

KUMANO KODO HIKE

KYOTO, NARA + Kii PENINSULA

An extraordinary hiking journey set in the dense forests of the Kii Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

The Kumano Kodo is a series of ancient pilgrimage routes and sacred trails, linked by the ancient capital cities of Kyoto and Nara. Enriched by more than 1200 years of history, UNESCO calls this beautiful region “part of the living culture of Japan.” 

May 28

Cheesecake, figs, and pinot noir.

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Image by Dino Johannes

Tour Type

Walking Tour

Group Size

Up to 10

Minimum Age

18 Years

Duration

9 days / 8 nights

Fitness Level

Medium

 

HIGHLIGHTS

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Explore the cultural center of Kyoto before the trek

Man Hiking in Wilderness

As you walk, you will breathe in the earthy scents of woods and rivers and flowers.

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You will taste traditional meals, prepared by local chefs.

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Step over cobbled stairways and past ancient shrines and statues

Relaxing at an Onsen Ryokan

Soak and relax in centuries-old thermal springs

 

ITINERARY

For a detailed itinerary please contact us at aaron@trainingfortrips.com

 

INCLUSIONS

INCLUDED

Arrival transfer

Train/bus to start of trek

Accommodation (twin share) in traditional ryokan and hotels

All meals included

Services of an English-speaking guide

National park permits and fees

Individualised pre-trip training program

EXCLUDED

International & domestic air tickets unless added

Meals and beverage not indicated in program

Early check-in and late checkout hotel charges

Visas

Personal travel insurance

Expenditure of a personal nature such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry, topping, etc.

DATES AND PRICES

Please contact aaron@trainingfortrips.com for more information about this trip or to build your own custom Training For Trips adventure