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8 Day Japan’s Nakasendo Way walk

8 day Japan’s Nakasendo Way Walk

The ultimate Pack-Free guided 8-day walk
The Way of the Samurai – Kyoto to Tokyo

Walking on Japan’s Nakasendo Way is a truly enchanting experience that transports travellers to a bygone era of samurais and serene landscapes. This historic trail, which means “path through the mountains,” winds its way through the picturesque Japanese Alps, connecting Kyoto and Tokyo. Often referred to as the “Way of the Samurai, we traverse the Nakasendo, encountering quaint villages, ancient cedar forests, and traditional teahouses where weary travelers once sought respite. The journey allows you to immerse yourself in Japan’s rich cultural tapestry, where centuries-old customs and hospitality still flourish. Whether you’re exploring the rustic charm of Tsumago or the lush countryside of Magome, each step on the Nakasendo Way reveals a deep appreciation for Japan’s natural beauty and cultural heritage, making it an unforgettable walking adventure.

What makes this tour unique:
Our philosophy with our tours, is that walking is only part of the adventure. We’ve included some special wow-mazing experiences throughout the journey to make your trip truly unforgettable. Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony wearing kimonos in Kyoto, make your own Japanese art in Ena and visit a Sake establishment to tantalise the tastebuds. We have meticulously designed our tours using private transfers between our walks which not only allows for relaxed walking but gives our guests flexible walking options each day. You can walk as much or as little as you like and you won’t need to rush to meet train timetables! Add this to staying in the best accomodation in each region all with a unique Japanese charm and you have the perfect journey.

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A Pack Free Walk

Carry as little as your water, camera and lunch

This expedition is expertly designed for a seamless, Pack-Free walking experience, granting our esteemed guests the indulgence of relishing the unspoiled vistas devoid of the burden of unwieldy large backpacks. It underscores that the true pleasure of walking lies in the delight it brings, not in grueling endurance. Throughout each sunlit day, our guests shall journey forth with a small daypack. Meanwhile, the responsibility of conveying your belongings to the next haven rests securely in capable hands, ensuring a harmonious fusion of opulence and ease.

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Flexible walking Options

With Private Transfers

The inclusion of private transfers in this tour empowers our clients with versatile choices for daily walks. Revel in the complete journey, opt for a shorter stroll, or indulge in a well-deserved rest day — tailor this walking holiday to your desires!

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Japanese Traditional Tea Ceremony & Kimonos

Wow-mazing Experience Kyoto

During our time in Kyoto, we aimed to enhance our guests’ stay with unforgettable, wow-mazing experiences. On your initial day in this enchanting city, immerse yourself in the time-honored tradition of a Japanese tea ceremony. Dressed in vibrant and exquisite Japanese kimonos of your choosing, you’ll have the opportunity to select the kimono that resonates most with you and have your hair styled before joining our expert to learn the fine art of the tea ceremony which encourages mindfulness, fostering an appreciation for simplicity and humility.

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Fushimi Inari Shrine Walk, Kyoto

Wow-mazing Experience

During your visit to Kyoto we have included one of it’s most iconic walks as part of our journey. Walking through Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto is a mesmerizing journey. Walk through its thousands of vivid orange torii gates that create a captivating tunnel-like pathway through a lush forested hillside, the experience is not only visually stunning but deeply spiritual. The climb to the summit offers breathtaking views of Kyoto.

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Sora Niwa Terrace Hotel, Kyoto

or similar

This 4 star hotel has been chosen for its excellent location, just a stone’s throw away from vibrant shops and delectable restaurants and the old town of Gion. Enjoy views across the river from the delightful rooftop terrace in its offerings. This 4-star establishment also presents an on-site bar and access to a soothing hot spring bath. For your convenience, the proficient reception staff, fluent in English, are always available to assist.

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Ichikawa Inn, Ena

or similar

We fell in love with the owner of this traditional Japanese Inn when we met her. The 6th generation of the family to run 400-year-old Inn, she is quite the character and makes this accommodation a warm and welcoming place to stay. Recently renovated, this lovely accommodation features charming interiors and wonderful organic food from recipes handed-down from generation to generation.

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Hotel Fukinomori

or similar

Hotel Fukinomori beckons as a charming Japanese-style retreat nestled in the Kiso Mountains. The ambiance around Hotel Fukinomori is a spectacle to behold, encompassed by approximately 1100 blooming peach trees in spring transforming the landsacpe into a sea of pink blossoms.  The hotel showcases natural hot springs, enclosed within a fragrant cypress bathtub, offering expansive views of the lush forested surroundings and a wonderful restaurant.

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Tsutaya Inn, Kiso Fukushima

or similar

Founded in 1688, the Tsutaya Inn has gracefully extended its warm hospitality to guests for over three centuries. As a testament to its enduring legacy, Tsutaya Inn continues to welcome travelers with the same genuine warmth and courtesy that have characterized its service for more than 325 years. The inn takes immense pride in crafting a dining experience that seamlessly merges the time-honoured flavours of traditional Japanese cuisine with their own original creations.

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Tsutaya Tokinoyado Retreat

or similar

Overlooking the grand Mt. Ontake, the Tsutaya Tokinoyado stands as a beacon of timeless elegance and authentic hospitality. This enchanting retreat, with roots tracing back through generations, exudes a unique blend of tradition and modern. During your stay you will enjoy meticulously crafted kaiseki cuisine and soothing hot spring baths. They ensure that every guest experiences the rich heritage and authentic culture of Japan in a truly unforgettable way.

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Ancient Hotel Karuisawa

or similar

Nestled amidst a serene forest landscape, the Ancient Hotel Karuizawa presents a high-end hot spring haven, harmoniously blending Japanese modern style in decorated rooms, each a sanctuary of its own, reflect the timeless charm of Japan. Further enhancing your stay is a refined restaurant serving delectable cuisine, an indoor communal bathhouse fed by natural spring water, and a bar that houses a classic car, offering unique ambiance.

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Japanese Art Class

Wow-mazing Experience Ena

During your afternoon in Ena you will be able to participate in a Woodblock Class at the Hiroshige Museum, an enchanting voyage into the realm of Japanese artistry. Under the expert guidance, you’ll uncover the intricate techniques and time-honoured traditions behind this captivating medium and be able to take your piece of Japanese art home.

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Sake Brewery Tastings

Wow-mazing Experience Kiso Fukushima

During our stay in Kiso Fukushima we visit a local Sake establishment known for its exceptional craftsmanship and dedication to producing high-quality sake, showcasing the essence of traditional Japanese brewing techniques in every sip. The amazingly friendly staff and the superb wine embodies the rich heritage and flavour profile that has made it a celebrated choice among sake enthusiasts.

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Fabulous meals featuring local produce

During your journey, you will have the pleasure of indulging in the captivating world of traditional Japanese cuisine, lovingly crafted from the finest local ingredients. To enhance your dining experience, each dinner is thoughtfully accompanied by wine.

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Japanese and English Speaking Guides

Delivering high standards

Guides are essential in delivering the ultimate walking experience. You’ll be accompanied by guides who speak both English and Japanese who have a passion and enthusiasm for Japan. They will accompany you for the entire trip making it enjoyable and ensuring we deliver a walk up to our high standards.

 

 

 

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Why Choose Us

Tour Itinerary

Inclusions
8 Day Japan’s Nakasendo Way walk

Your 8 day walking holiday includes:

  • Pack Free fully supported walk with no heavy packs to carry
  • Private vehicle transfers – no trains!
  • Flexible walking options or sightseeing each day

Wow-mazing Experiences

  • Japanese Traditional Tea Ceremony & Kimonos, Kyoto
  • Fushimi Inari Shrine Walk, Kyoto
  • Sake experience, Kiso Fukushima
  • Japanese Woodblock Art Class

The Best accommodation in each area:

  • 1 night at Sora Niwa Terrace Hotel, Kyoto or similar
  • 1 night at Ichikawa Inn, Ena or similar
  • 1 night at Nagataki Inn, or similar
  • 1 night at Hotel Fukinomori  or similar
  • 1 night at Tsutaya Inn, Kiso Fukushima or similar
  • 1 night at Tsutaya Tokinoyado Retreat or similar
  • 1 night at Ancient Hotel Karuisawa or similar

Meals

  • 8 x lunches
  • 7 x superb dinners every evening featuring local produce
  • Complimentary wines with evening meals
  • 7 x breakfasts
  • Professional and passionate local guides that live in this region
  • Luggage transported to your accommodation each day
Day 1: Welcome to Kyoto - Fushimi Inari Shrine walk- Tea Ceremony in Kimonos
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This tour runs in two directions. Kyoto to Toyko and Toyko to Kyoto. You will need to fly into Japan the day before your tour starts. If your tour is starting in Kyoto the closest international airport is Osaka, only 13 minutes by Shinkansen (bullet train) to Kyoto or Toyko is 3 hours by Shinkansen (bullet train). 

WALK GRADE: 6kms. 3 hours.

This morning meet your guides in the foyer of the Sora Niwa Terrace Hotel, Kyoto at 9.00am. After a short briefing, we make our way to one of Kyoto’s most iconic walks and one that can’t be missed. Walking through Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto is a mesmerizing journey. Walk through its thousands of vivid orange torii gates that create a captivating tunnel-like pathway which meanders its way through the forest and up the hill side. This walk is not only visually stunning but deeply spiritual. The climb to the summit offers breathtaking panoramic views of Kyoto. Afterwards we enjoy lunch in a local restaurant featuring traditional Japanese cuisine. We make our way back to the hotel to enjoy some free time before meeting up and heading to our special afternoon experience. We will join the time-honored tradition of a Japanese tea ceremony. Dressed in vibrant and exquisite Japanese kimonos of your choosing, you’ll have the opportunity to select the kimono that resonates most with you and for the women you will have your hair styled with flowers. After your dressed and looking fabulous you will join our expert to learn the fine art of the tea ceremony which encourages mindfulness, fostering an appreciation for simplicity and humility. This will be a wonderful experience that will offer some fantastic photo opportunities. Tonight the group come together to enjoy a fabulous dinner in Kyoto accompanied with wine.

Day 2: Walk Hikone Castle
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TERRAIN: Stone paths

WALK GRADE: Easy. 3-6kms

FLEXIBLE WALKING: Flexible walking options available today.  For those not wanting to do the whole walk enjoy a 5km section of today’s walk instead.

ITINERARY: This morning we enjoy breakfast at the hotel before we transfer with our private vehicles from Kyoto to Hikone, a captivating castle town nestled along the serene shores of Lake Biwa. Wandering through its historical streets, we uncover tales from Japan’s feudal past. Surprisingly, Hikone remains a hidden gem, its castle holding the prestigious title of a Japanese National Treasure. This charming town has also served as a backdrop for numerous period films, including the renowned “Shogun” starring Richard Chamberlain and Toshiro Mifune. Afterwards, we make our way to the small town of Ena where we take a break at our accommodation for the night, the charming Ichikawa Inn. This is a 400 years old Inn and the owner is the 6th generation. Afterward, we take a leisurely stroll to the nearby Hiroshige Museum of Art, a cultural haven that offers you a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of traditional Japanese woodblock art. Here, you can try your hand at crafting your very own masterpiece, allowing you to connect with the rich artistic heritage of Japan in a hands-on and creative way. We return to our accommodation to enjoy wonderful organic food from recipes handed down from generation to generation.

Day 3: Walk from Okute to Ena - Naegi Castle Ruins
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TERRAIN: Trails with stone paths and dirt trails

WALK GRADE: 14kms

FLEXIBLE WALKING: Flexible walking options available today.  For those not wanting to do the whole walk enjoy a shorter section of today’s walk instead.

ITINERARY: After breakfast we head out on today’s walk from Okute-juku to Oi-juku is a journey through time and tradition in rural Japan. As you leave the quaint post town of Okute-juku, with its well-preserved Edo-period buildings and cobblestone streets, the path meanders through lush, serene countryside. The route offers glimpses of traditional thatched-roof farmhouses, vibrant rice paddies, and the soothing sounds of babbling streams. Along the way, hikers can pause at tranquil shrines and rest stops, allowing them to appreciate the beauty of the Japanese countryside and the quietude of rural life. After our walk, we are transferred to the Naegi Castle Ruins. Often likened to Machu Picchu in Peru, the Naegi Castle Ruins in Japan hold an air of ancient mystique and historical significance, nestled amidst the lush greenery of the surrounding landscape. Later we make our way back to our accommodation in Ena. Tonight we enjoy dinner at our accommodation.

Day 4: Walk Magome to Tsumago
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TERRAIN: Most of the trail through forest and countryside and some sections past houses and fields of local residents. Some stone paths and some asphalt roads.

WALK GRADE: 10kms Elevation Gain: 461m. 4 hours.

FLEXIBLE WALKING: Flexible walking options available today.  For those not wanting to do the whole walk enjoy a 5km section of today’s walk instead.

ITINERARY: After an enjoyable breakfast we head out on our walk to the old post town of Magome. We walk through the quaint cobblestone streets admiring the old wooden watermills and traditional architecture which exudes timeless charm with its well-preserved Edo-era streets and historic atmosphere. Our journey leads us upwards towards the enchanting Magome Pass. Along this path, our surroundings undergo a dramatic transformation, shifting from expansive countryside vistas to the densely wooded depths of the Kiso Valley. Along the way we enjoy a nice rest stop at a traditional-style Japanese house with a irori fire pit and traditionally dressed staff serve tea. Afterwards we continue on and admire the captivating duo of waterfalls before eventually arriving at the quaint village of Tsumago. Tsumago, a time-honored jewel tucked within Japan’s lush Kiso Valley, enchants visitors with its meticulously preserved Edo-era architecture, evoking a sense of stepping into a living museum of bygone days. The village’s tranquil ambiance, framed by scenic mountains and a winding river, invites travelers to savor the serene beauty of rural Japan at its most authentic. Spend time exploring this small town before heading to our accommodation at the charming Hotel Fukinomori, a Japanese-style retreat nestled in the forest in the Kiso Mountains. Relax in the hot springs before enjoying a superb dinner served with wine.

Day 5: Walk Nagiso to Nojiri
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TERRAIN: Some steep sections, trails with stone paths, wooden footbridges, dirt trails

WALK GRADE: 14.8 kms. Elevation gain: 669m. Moderate to Challenging. 4 hours and 45 mins

FLEXIBLE WALKING: Flexible walking options available today.  For those not wanting to do the whole walk enjoy a shorter 4km walk from Tsumago to Nagiso. The driver will collect you from here and take you on to the town of Kiso Fukisahama for free time in the town. 

ITINERARY: After breakfast, we farewell our accommodation and make our way to Nagiso to start our walk. Our walk today avoids the busy road trail along the river and travels over the Yogawamichi Path from Modono to Nojiri. It is a captivating journey through Japan’s lush and unspoiled countryside which meanders through a tapestry of serene alpine scenery, charming villages, and dense forests, offering us a glimpse into the traditional rural life of the Kiso Valley. As you traverse the path through dense forests adorned with delicate cedar trees flourishing in their unspoiled splendour, you can occasionally catch glimpses of distant mountain peaks. Afterwards, we are met by our driver and enjoy the scenic drive to the town of Kiso Fukushima. Early this evening we have an optional visit to the Sake Brewery to meet the wonderfully friendly staff and sample some of Japan’s best sake. Tonight we enjoy a traditional Japanese dinner served with wine.

Day 6: Walk Kaida Plateau - Karasawa-no-taki waterfall to Jizo Pass
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TERRAIN: Trails with stone paths, wooden footbridges, dirt trails

WALK GRADE: 14.8kms. Elevation gain: 669m. Moderate to Challenging. 3.5 hours

FLEXIBLE WALKING: Flexible walking options available today.  For those not wanting to do the whole walk enjoy a shorter 4km walk from Karasawa Waterfall to the Observatory (near Jizo Pass). The driver will collect you from here and take you on drive around the town.

ITINERARY: After breakfast, we farewell our accommodation and make our way to the Kaida Plateau known for its magnificent picturesque mountain scenery. The journey begins amidst the thundering waterfall of Karasawa-no-taki, where the misty veil of water descends into a pristine pool surrounded by lush, emerald foliage. We ascend, the trail through a dense forest, where ancient trees create a cathedral-like canopy overhead, with occasional glimpses of the rugged terrain and distant peaks. With each step, the symphony of rustling leaves and melodious bird songs serenades your senses, making the hike a sensory delight. Reaching Jizo Pass, a sense of accomplishment washes over you as you take in panoramic vistas, rewarding your effort with breathtaking views of the alpine landscape below. We finally make our way down to the lovely Kaida Plateau below. Afterwards, we make our way to the superb Tsutaya Tokinoyado Retreat. Enjoy the open-air Onsen Hot Springs before joining everyone for dinner in the restaurant served with wine.

Day 7: Walk Yabuhara Walk to Narai via Toril Pass
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TERRAIN: Most of the trail through forest. Some stone paths and dirt trails as well as inclines

WALK GRADE: 9kms. Elevation gain 373m.

FLEXIBLE WALKING: Flexible walking options available today.  For those not wanting to do the whole walk enjoy a shorter section of today’s walk instead.

ITINERARY: This morning enjoy breakfast as you enjoy the views of Mount Ontake. We make our way to our walk for today. Embarking on the picturesque journey from Yabuhara to Narai via Torii Pass is a step back in time through the heart of Japan’s Kiso Valley. The trail unveils itself as a meandering pathway through serene forests, where sunlight filters through a green canopy. Along the way, hikers encounter wooden torii gates nestled amidst the trees, each marking progress towards Torii Pass. As you ascend, the panorama transitions from tranquil woods to sweeping vistas of the Kiso Valley, with its charming villages nestled in the embrace of surrounding mountains. Finally, arriving in Narai, a beautifully preserved post town, you’re welcomed by cobblestone streets, traditional Edo-era buildings, and a sense of having journeyed through time itself. This hike encapsulates the essence of rural Japan, offering a meditative and visually captivating exploration of its natural and cultural treasures. After our walk enjoy free time to meander through the treats of Narai before we head to the beautiful town of Karuisawa. Our accommodation tonight is at the superb Ancient Hotel high-end hot spring haven, set amongst the woodlands. Tonight enjoy dinner in the restaurant served with wine.

Day 8: Shiraito Waterfall. Walk from Karuisawa's Kumanokotail Shrine Karuisawa to Usui Pass Trail end- Toyko
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TERRAIN: Most of the trail through cypress-lined forest path Some stone paths and dirt trails as well as steep descents.

WALK GRADE: 8kms. Moderate. 4.5 hours

FLEXIBLE WALKING: Flexible walking options available today.  For those not wanting to do the whole walk enjoy an easier section.

ITINERARY: Following a satisfying breakfast, we embark on the final leg of our walking adventure. We take a short detour from our hotel to explore the stunning Shiraito Waterfall located in the forest and measuring three meters high and 70 meters wide and is one of the most famous and beautiful waterfalls in Japan. Shiraito no Taki literally means “the waterfall of white threads”, which aptly describes its appearance, as multiple streaks of water drape over the surface forming what seems like a white curtain. From here we make our way to the Observation Deck for stunning mountain views before reaching the picturesque Usui Pass. At this idyllic spot, we pause for a break allowing time to explore the Kumanokotail Shrine or indulge in a delectable ice cream treat at the nearby cafe while savoring the panoramic vistas of majestic Mt. Asama. From here we make our way down into the valley until we reach the end of the Usui Pass trail along the way enjoy the scenic mountain trails and endless stone relics along the way. Our driver will meet us at the end of the nature trail to avoid the busy road into Yokokawa. From here we make our way back to Toyko the end of a superb journey with drop offs at the Hotel Metropolitan Tokyo Marunouchi located conveniently next to public transport for your ongoing journey.

 

Please note this tour can be added to our Kumano Kodo walk making it a 16 day walk. See details.

Tour Availability

SPOT SPECIALS:
Choose from one of the dates listed below and save up to $250 per person when you book and pay in full at time of booking. Limited spots available!

  • 13 – 20 September 2024 (Kyoto to Tokyo)

DEPARTURE DATES:
Each year will will run a number of tours.  We have the following dates available. We will also consider opening up a new departure date if we have enough demand. Email us at walks@lifesanadventure.com.au

This tour runs in two directions. Kyoto to Tokyo and Tokyo to Kyoto.
If your tour is starting in Kyoto the closest international airport is Osaka, which is only 13 minutes by Shinkansen (bullet train) to Kyoto.

(Please note if you are booking 3 months or less before departure – we will need to confirm accommodation with our suppliers is still available and an alternative of similar standard may be offered instead if not available).

PRIVATE GROUPS:
Date of your choice is available for groups of 8 people or more. Subject to availability.
Please contact us for more details on (02) 9975 4553 or email: walks@lifesanadventure.com.au

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Spot Special Deals - Save up to $500 per couple on 2024 departures

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Spot Special savings of up to $500 per couple or $250 per person are available on specific 2024 departures when you pay in full at time of booking.
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Private groups of 10 - 12 people can choose the date of their choice. Subject to availability.
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INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS
Please note your tour price does not include flights to / from the countries visited.  We are offering our clients a service to book their international flights and any other travel plans during their holiday. If you would like our Flights Specialist to organise these requirements please email us at flights@lifesanadventure.com.au with your requirements.


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If you are a solo traveller willing to share a room, we will attempt to match you with another solo traveller of the same gender. If we can’t find you a match of the same gender by around 12 weeks prior to the tour, you will be charged the single supplement cost.

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WANTING THEIR OWN ROOM
For those wanting to guarantee their own room, a single supplement cost will be charged at the time of booking.

SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: $1240
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Travel Insurance is compulsory for all international bookings.  Travel Insurance covers items such as cancellation of tour due to minimum numbers not met, adverse weather conditions, injury, evacuation, delayed flights, illness, etc. We have partnered with Cover-More to provide travel insurance to our guests. To get a quote or purchase travel insurance directly with them CLICK HERE .

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PAST PASSENGER DISCOUNT: Those who have travelled with Life’s An Adventure previously, receive a past passenger discount of $100. This discount will automatically be deducted from future bookings when you book online using the same email address used for past bookings.

EARLYBIRD CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations are not permitted for Super Earlybird, Earlybird Deals or Spot Specials, however, transfers to another date are permitted 12 weeks or more prior to departure. We advise taking out travel insurance, in case unexpected circumstances prior to the trip, prevent you from joining this tour. Super Earlybird, Early bird or Spot Special discounts cannot be used in conjunction with another offer. To receive these special discounts, full payment must be made at the time of initial booking.

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We advise taking our Travel Insurance to cover items such as cancellation of tour due to minimum numbers not met, or adverse weather conditions, injury, evacuation, delayed flights, illness, etc. We have organised through NIB Insurance for you to purchase travel insurance directly with them – please click here for details. Please note this insurance is only available for Australian Residents, other clients will need to source their own travel insurance.

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  • Prices are per person in Australian dollars and include GST.
  • A deposit of $500 per person is required to secure your booking. (unless taking advantage of Earlybird or Spot Specials in which full payment is required at time of booking).
  • Note: If you are booking within 90 days of your departure date – we will require full payment at the time of booking
  • Prices are based on twin share of rooms. If you are travelling solo you may be required to share with someone of the same gender. If this is not suitable you can request to pay a single supplement, however, limited single rooms are available per trip so are on a request basis.
  • Payments must be made online via our NAB (National Australia Bank) secure payment page via credit card (Visa or Mastercard) or over the phone.
  • We advise taking our Travel Insurance to cover items such as cancellation of tour due to minimum numbers not met, or adverse weather conditions, injury, evacuation, delayed flights, illness, etc.

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