Kumano Kodo Nakahechi Trek

For over 1000 years, people from all walks of life, including retired emperors and aristocrats, have embarked on the arduous pilgrimage to Kumano. The Nakahechi Imperial Trail leads you east into the mountains towards Kumano Sanzan. This route, known as ‘the Imperial Route,’ was used by emperors and nobles from the 10th century onwards. It is considered the most popular and accessible path of the Kumano Kodo Pilgrimage. While the Nakahechi Trail doesn’t require peak fitness, it does demand strength and endurance, as trekkers must cover at least 6-8 hours of hiking each day.

The Himalayas on Wheels journey from Kashmir to Ladakh

The Himalayas on Wheels journey spans approximately 750 km, traversing the Eastern, Central, and Western Himalayas and their distinct zones like the Shivalik, Lower Himalayas, High Himalayas, and Trans Himalayas. Notably, the tour crosses five high passes including Zoji La (3529 m), Fotu La (4108 m), Namika La (3718 m), Chang-La (5360 m), and Khardungla (5360 m), offering a firsthand experience of the Himalayan formation and its majestic heights.

Fuji Glamping Ecotour

Luxury glamping at the base of Mount Fuji in Fujinomiya offers a remarkable experience surrounded by stunning natural beauty. It combines the comforts of luxury accommodation with the immersive experience of camping, allowing you to enjoy the majestic views of Mount Fuji while indulging in upscale amenities and services. It’s a fantastic way to reconnect with nature in a lavish setting.

Mt Fuji Climbing Route 3776 with Glamping Ecotours

Date: 15-20 July 24, 1-6 Sep 2024

A unique and enjoyable experience for climbers on Mount Fuji, involving a stamp rally and the opportunity to earn an original badge.

After the hike, enjoy a luxury glamping at the base of Mt Fuji for rest and relax in a luxury glamping. Here you will enjoy quiet contemplation, natural beauty, and the cultural richness of the area, offering you a serene and rejuvenating experience.