Date: 4-8 Sep 2023
Experience the best of hikes in Fukushima and Michinoku Coastal Trail. From ponds, lakes to the mountain and the beautiful coastlines, strange rocks and trees and views of the Pacific Ocean, you will sure be marvelled by the beauty of the nature.
Join-In Date: 4-6 Sep, 1-3 Nov 2023
Season: 1 Apr – 3 Nov
Having developed as a gateway into Tohoku area from ancient times, Fukushima Prefecture has historical buildings such as Shingu-kumano Shrine and Ouchijuku. It is also known for its natural scenic spots such as Mt. Bandaisan, Oze and Lake Inawashiro.
In summer and autumn you can experience canoeing, cycling and the many hiking trails which go through the heart of Bandai.
Join-In Date: 12-17 Sep 2023, 25-30 Jun 2024
On this summer special adventure in Yamagata, enjoy hiking in mine caves, shrine, mt Gassan and ancient trail with special gourmet in the region.
Date : 22 -28 Oct 23, 28 Apr – 4 May 24
Stay in the beautiful campsite of Fairy Meadows – a lush green site with a fascinating view of Nanga Parbat, Raikot Peak and Chongra.
Date: 26 Oct – 03 Nov 23
Experience Japan on Rail to Yamagata for Autumn experience. Other places visit include Tokyo, Gotemba, Lake Kawaguchi and Hakodate in Hokkaido.
Explore Singapore’s neighbourhood gems with us!
What you’re in for:
– Discover Singapore’s history by experiencing one of the oldest and most charming housing estates!
Join-in Date: 12-18 Oct 23 (4 places left), 16-22 Nov 23 (2 places left), 17-23 Mar 24, 24-30 Mar 24, 31 Mar – 6 Apr 24, 7-13 Apr 24, 21-27 Apr 24
Catch the most beautiful and interesting temples of the Shikoku Pilgrimage in seven days, visiting all four prefectures of the island. On each day, you undertake one of the most challenging walks on the pilgrimage trail, including the steep parts called ‘henro korogashi’ or pilgrim killers. These are also the most attractive parts of the pilgrimage trail, offering superb views as you make your way up and down the mountains of Shikoku.
Immersed in Tanzania’s great outdoors on this half-day tour to Materuni waterfalls and a local farm to learn more about Tanzania’s coffee industry.