Village to village walking in the sacred Kii Peninsula
From £2,525 9 days ex flights
Small group travel:2017: 15 May, 5 Jun, 9 Oct, 6 Nov, 11 Nov 2018: 5 Apr, 16 Apr, 14 May, 4 Jun, 8 Oct, 5 Nov, 10 Nov
We have guaranteed all of our Kumano Kodo Spring departures, and still have spaces available! The Kumano Kodo is a pilgrimage route to Kumano, part of the mountainous Kii Peninsula which stretches south from Osaka, Nara and Kyoto.
A walking journey, rich in spirituality and tradition
From £3,445 13 days ex flights
Small group travel:2017: 21 Jul, 1 Sep 2018: 20 Jul, 31 Aug
A small-group guided walking tour to explore the dramatic peaks and soothing hot springs of the north of Japan.
We still have spaces on our 21st of July departure!
reviews for Walking holidays in Japan
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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
We particularly enjoyed Kyoto which gave a mix of city living with the cultural experiences. We visited Sanjusangendo temple which holds 1001 life sized statues... (more)Lisa Thompson
This was an excellent trip. ...Walking in the countryside - seeing parts of Japan that I would never have discovered on my own and being guided by a reliable expert. Asuka, Dorogawa and the Mitarai Gorge were particularly memorable. Also - wonderful exotic food, charming ryokans and soothing onsens. (more)Una Dinning
Staying in small guesthouses in small towns was very memorable and pushed me outside of my comfort zone in a good way, to experience a bit more of the
culture. This was a great trip and I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants a walking holiday on their own time. (more)Cristi Carlstead
Excellent. All the arrangements worked perfectly. (more)John Brennan