Amazing Hokkaido


Amazing Hokkaido

Departure Date



6 Days 5 Nights


4-5 Star Hotel
Meals indicated
No gratuity fee
Included all entrance fee
Tour guide
People (per person)AdultsChild 0-5Y (Sharing Bed)Child 6-8Y (Sharing Bed)Child 6-12Y (Not Sharing Bed)
4-8 £1,430 £143£858£1,144
9-14 £1,320 £132£792£1,056
15-24 £1,210£121£726£968
25-35 £1,100£110£660£880
36-40 £990£99£594£792

*Price are base on two adults sharing one room. If one child sharing room with one adult, that child need to pay for adult fee. Additional Charge will apply on single traveler.

*Guarantee to stay in 4-5 stars hotel.

*Hotel room are based on double occupancy; single traveller needs to pay for additional fee.

*Meals inclusive will be list according to tour itinerary.

*Private tour guide with chosen languages (English, Cantonese or Mandarin)

*The above itinerary is for reference only. Local tour operator reserves the right to change where necessary without prior notice.

*Customer have the responsible to pay for any additional fee that occur due to war, political reasons and weather etc. unforeseen circumstance,

*Customer must hold a valid travel document during the whole journey and at least 6 months after the return date.

*The company recommend every customer should purchase a valid travel insurance.

*Tour price are already includes any taxes, tips and entrance fee.

*Tour prices may differences due to seasons.

*At the time of booking, customer need to pay 50% of non-refundable deposit of the tour fee. Customer need to pay for the remaining 50% of the tour fee 60 days before the tour.

*If any reasons customer wants to cancel, cancellation must be requested in writing via post or email

(exclude tour starts day)

<31 days before tour starts50% deposit will not be refunded
>30 days before tour starts100% tour fee will not be refunded
  • All taxes, tips and entrance fee
  • 5 nights 4 stars hotel room (double occupancy)
  • Meals indicated on the tour itinerary
  • Professional private tour with chosen languages (English, Cantonese or Mandarin)
  • All the transfer and transportation with air-con bus
  • Airfare and any fuel and airport taxes.
  • Any unforeseen circumstances which is beyond the company’s control,  e.g.flight cancel, weather conditions and natural disasters, the company will not be responsible for any extra expenses incurred.
  • Personal travel insurance (Our Company strongly recommend to purchase before travel)
  • Visa expenses

Amazing Hokkaido

Day 01

Chitose – Noboribetsu

1. Arrived Japan via Chitose International Airport
2.Porokotan Village & Museum: The Shiraoi Ainu Museum is one of the country’s best museums about the Ainu, the indigenous people of northern Japan.
3.Noboribetsu Hell Valley: Hokkaido’s most famous hot spring resort. A large amount of Noboribetsu’s many types of hot spring water surfaces in the spectacular Jigokudani or “Hell Valley” just above the resort town.
4. Jidaimura: Step back in time to enjoy traditional games, activities, theaters, street performances and more.

Hotel: Noboribetsu Manseikaku Hotel (Hot Spring) or similar
Meals: Lunch and dinner
Day 02

Noboribetsu – Hakodate

1.Onuma National Park: Designated as a “quasi national park” and located only twenty kilometers north of Hakodate, Onuma Park is known for its picturesque, island dotted lakes and majestic dormant volcano, Mount Komagatake.
2.Hakodate Goryaku Fortress: Fort Goryokaku is a massive, star shaped, Western style citadel.
3.Red Brick Warehouse & Hakodate Russian Othodox Church: Hakodate Port opened in 1859 as one of the first international trading ports of Japan, along with Yokohama and Nagasaki. When the Russian government established a consulate here, they bought their state religion with them, and the Russian Orthodox Church was consecrated as a chapel in 1859.
4.Mt. Hakodate & Ropeway: Mount Hakodate is a 334 meter high, wooded mountain at the southern end of the peninsula on which much of central Hakodate is located.

Hotel: Hakodate Kokusai Hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast, lunch or dinner
Day 03

Hakodate – Lake Toya

1.Hakodate Morning Market: Products on sale include various types of fresh seafood such as crabs (kani), salmon eggs (ikura) and sea urchin (uni), as well as fresh produce such as melons.
2.Mt. Showa Shinzan & Bear Ranch: Showa Shinzan is one of Japan’s youngest mountains. Accompanied by earthquakes, the mountain suddenly rose from a flat wheat field to its current height of 290 meters between 1943 and 1945.
3.Lake Toya Observatory Deck: The observatory location of a superb view spread is large panorama of Lake Toya You can see the whole Toyako and Mt Usu Nakajima island Showashinzan Toyako town Nishiyama Crater etc.

Hotel: Toya Sun Palace Resort & Spa or similar
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 04

Otaru – Sapporo

1.Otaru Canal: a central part of the city’s busy port in the first half of the 20th century.
2.Sapporo – Tanukikoji: an approximately 1km-long arcade with around 200 shops that runs east to west in downtown Sapporo.

Hotel: Royton Sapporo Hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 05

Sapporo – Susukino

1.Hokkaido Shrine: was constructed in 1871 to hold the deities, Ōkunitama, Okuninushi, and Sukunahikona, and also the soul of the Meiji Emporer. It is the main Shrine of Hokkaido, located in Maruyama Koen Park on the West side of Sapporo.
2.Shiroikoibito Park: a fantastic space based on the ideals of deliciousness, fun and stories of sweets from a bygone era.
3.Sapporo Wet Market: is said to have developed in the early Meiji Period, when fishermen from Ishikari Bay started selling fresh fish there.
4.Susushino & Odori Park: Susukino is Japan’s largest entertainment district north of Tokyo. It is packed with stores, bars, restaurants, karaoke shops, pachinko parlors and red light establishments. Odori Park is a park located in the heart of Sapporo. Ōdōri means “large street” in Japanese.

Hotel: Royton Sapporo Hotel or similar
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 06

Sapporo – Chitose

1.Sapporo Beer Distillery & Museum: the only beer museum in Japan, was opened in July of 1987 to provide visitors with a varied knowledge of beer and brewing.
2.Premium Outlet Rera: is a large-scale open mall that encompasses an area of 112,000㎡ and includes a parking space which can accommodate 4,800 cars. There are over 400 brand outlets in this mall.
3.Leaving Japan via Chitose International Airport

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