T-70 Senjogahara Trekking – Oku-Nikko
One of Nikko’s great waterfalls, Ryuzu Falls consists of two cascades dropping over 210 meters. It is especially beautiful when the rhododendrons are in bloom (May to June), and when the leaves of the surrounding maple and linden trees burst into full autumn colors (September to October). There is an observation deck right by the falls.
Three kilometers in circumference, Lake Yunoko was formed when an eruption of Mt. Mitsudake dammed the Yugawa River. A one-hour walking course around the lake allows visitors to enjoy a primeval forest of broadleaf and coniferous trees, wild birds and seasonal flora. The peak season for colorful autumn foliage is from the end of September to the middle of October. Lake Yunoko is part of Okunikko Shitsugen, a registered Ramsar site.
Located on the southern edge of Lake Yunoko, Yudaki Falls has an elevation of 70 meters and a length of 110 meters. An observatory platform near the basin allows close-up views of the breathtaking waterfall.
Located at a height of 1,400 meters in Nikko National Park, Senjogahara is one of the largest highland marshes on Honshu. Originally a lake formed by an eruption of Mt. Nantai, Senjogahara evolved into 400 hectares of marsh over time. More than 350 species of native plants and wild birds inhabit the area, and 175 hectares of the marshland is part of Okunikko Shitsugen, a registered Ramsar site. A nature trail offers easy hiking through the marsh. A particularly beautiful time to visit is the middle of June to the beginning of August when cottonsedge and meadowsweet are in full bloom, as well as the end of September to the beginning of October when the marsh grasses turn red.
Let’s enjoy the beautiful scenery of the four seasons woven by nature!
/// FIT package
We can arrange this tour for individual, family, or the small group, following to your designated date, through the year.
9:30 Meet at Tobu Nikko station with guide, buy lunch-box and drink, then guide takes you to Oku-Nikko area by bus.
11:10 Visit Ryuzu Waterfall about 30min, then takes bus again.
12:10 Arrive Yumono-Onsen (spa), then start trekking (3-4hours)
- Yunoko Lake
- Yudaki Waterfall
- Odashiro Bridge
- Izumiyado Pond
- Aoki Bridge
You can have lunch in a scenic place of this area.
16:00 Take a bus to Nikko station.
17:30 Arrive at Tobu Nikko station, then finish the tour.
|1||2||3||4-5|| 6 or more
- Bus 2days free pass ticket
- English (or other languages) speaking guide
(English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Thai)
- Commission for arrangements
- Commission for settlements by credit card
- Consumption tax
- Transportation costs to the meeting place / ending place
- Accommodation costs
- Food and beverage fee for customers and guide
- Souvenir fee / personal expenses
- Expenses for services not described in the itinerary
Regarding these standard courses, we can arrange the plan upon your request by adding / deleting destinations, and combining other courses before and after, making reservations of accommodation, transportation, restaurants, or event tickets, etc. Please contact us by all means.
ex.1 Arrangement for accommodation
Room charge 10,000yen(1night 1person) + Commission 1,650yen(incl. c-tax)=Total 11,650yen
ex.2 Arrangement for additional transportation
Super express train 20,000yen(1person) + Commission 3,300yen(incl. c-tax)=Total 23,300yen
/// Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy for this course;
|Days to Departure||Cancellation Charge|
|More than 31 days||10,000JPY|
|30-15 days||50% of trip price, Min 10,000JPY|
|14-8 days||70% of trip price, Min 10,000JPY|
|7 days or Less, No Show||100% of trip price|
Please refer to “Price, Terms and Conditions” for other detailed regulations.
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