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.

5 Days Finland Tales of Lapland

Season: 07 Jan 2024 – 02 Apr 2024

Welcome to Rovaniemi, the capital of Lapland and the Santa’s official home!
Lapland is the perfect place to relax and at the same time live exciting moments by trying out various activities such as snowmobiling, reindeer safaris or dog sledding.
A stay in Lapland will remain engraved in your memories for a long time. Located on the Arctic Circle, this small town is perfect for a holiday alone or with a family and offers a wide range of first- class services to visitors.

Shikoku Pilgrimage with Walks

Date: 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.