7 Nights Japan Winter Wonderland

From $2,499*pp, quad share



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Departure Date: 23/12/2018

If you were wanting to experience a White Christmas in 2019, you may just find yours in Japan! Spend 7 nights exploring the winter wonderland of Japan with a stay in Tokyo and then on to the ski resort of Hakuba.

Have the best of the city and the slopes beginning with a 3 night stay in Tokyo. This is one of the world's most vibrant and interesting cities; a capital hurtling headlong into the future whilst maintaining its links with the traditions of ancient Japan.

Next, transfer by train and bus to Hakuba, one of Japan's premier ski resort located in the stunning northern Japanese Alps. Hakuba grew in reputation when its exhilarating slopes played host to several events during the 1998 Winter Olympics. The resort's seven distinct ski areas offer spectacular views, excellent dining and après-ski activities, as well as plenty of beginner and intermediate runs.

What's Included

- 7 nights 4-star accommodation in a family rooms - Lift passes in Hakuba - Transport pass for local trains in Tokyo - Bullet train between Tokyo and Nagano - Bus transfer from Nagano to Hakuba - Private car from Hakuba back to Nagano, with a stop at the famous snow monkeys - Morning of private guiding in Tokyo - Entry to Tokyo Skytree and Ghibli Museum

From $2,499*pp, quad share

The Small Print

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