Kansai . Kyoto . Hiroshima . Koyasan . Kumano Kodo Kohechi . Kawayu Onsen Tanabe . Osaka . Kanazawa . Shirakawago . Takayama . Nagoya . Hakone . Tokyo . Haneda
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Japan is the land of Zen, and this tour takes us on a journey not only spiritually, but through a Japan full of attractions and history. Besides getting to know the main cities we will also walk a religious path, the Kumano Kodo, a bit like Japan's SanTiago path.
Although this trip is for those who want to get to know a spiritual Japan, it will require some physical effort, so it is not suitable for people with reduced mobility or mobility difficulties and for children under 6 years old.
Travel Itinerary: Escape to Reflect
Sleep on board of the plane
OPTIONAL TOUR: Half-day tour to NARA and FUSHIMI INARI
Meet at the lobby and start the Nara city tour with a guide to visit the Todaiji Temple with its huge image of Buddha*, the Sacred Deer Park. We will visit the Fushimi Inari Shinto Shrine on the way to Kyoto.
After the visit, return to the hotel.
Overnight at the hotel in Kyoto.
Optional Excursion to Nikko*
Meet at the lobby and start the guided tour to Nikko.
Arrival in Nikko and start of the tour to visit the Toshogu Shinto Shrine(*), Chuzenji Lake and the Kegon Cascade up the zigzag "I-Ro-Ha" Road. Lunch in a restaurant included.
After the visit, return to the hotel in Tokyo.
*Note: The means of transportation for this tour depends on the number of participants. We will use private bus/mini-bus, train, local bus, taxi, the regular tour is in English, but always with a guide who speaks Spanish or Portuguese depending on the case.
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Note: There is one night's accommodation at a SHUKUBO (monastery) in Koyasan. The "Shukubo" is a monastery and a place of prayer. The rooms do not have the comforts of a hotel and/or ryokan. For example, the walls of the rooms have sliding doors and the bath/shower is shared, so privacy cannot be assured. You sleep and eat on Japanese Tatami style floors. This may result in incompatibilities with people with reduced mobility