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Information on limited-time monitor tour - Kumano River basin sightseeing and adventure bus tour accompanied by an English guide

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◇◆ Limited time monitor tour information (English information only) ◆◇ ◎Tour overview The Kumano River basin, located in the southern part of Wakayama Prefecture, is surrounded by rivers, mountains, and the sea, and is an area blessed with rich and attractive tourist resources. We offer one-day bus ...

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◎Tour details

・Implementation period: December 5th (Tuesday) to December 24th (Sunday), 2023 (Daily operation for 20 days)

・Participation fee: 10,000 yen per person (adults) / 5,000 yen (elementary school students) / Free (preschoolers)

・Itinerary: Kii-Katsuura Station (departs at 8:30) ⇒ Shingu Station (departs at 9:00) ⇒ Mulberry Tree Waterfall Walking (9:30-10:20) ⇒ Hanashiro Falls cycling approximately 1km (10:30-11:30) ⇒ Mehari sushi making experience (11:40-12:10) ⇒ Lunch (12:20-13:10) ⇒ Doro Gorge River Boat Cruise (14:00-15:00) ⇒ World Heritage Site Kumano Hayatama Taisha (15:40-16:10) ⇒ Shingu Station (scheduled to arrive at 16:30) ⇒ Kii-Katsuura Station (scheduled to arrive at 17:30)

*Itinerary is subject to change due to bad weather, road congestion, etc.

・Minimum number of participants: 1 person ~ (up to 15 people)

・Lunch: Yes (Kumano beef sukiyaki set meal)

・Tour conductor: Accompanying

・Guide: Accompanied (English)

・Participation fee includes: Charter bus fee, English speaking guide fee, tour conductor fee, lunch fee (drinks not included), Rental cycling fee, rental helmet fee, Mehari sushi making experience fee, Doro Gorge river boat cruise boarding fee

・Reservation method: Please make a reservation by email or phone. /

Dedicated phone: 090-7008-4858 (Japanese or English) Business hours: 9:00-18:00

・Meeting location: "Kii-Katsuura Station ticket office" or "Shingu Station ticket office of Kumano Gobo Nankai Bus Co., Ltd.

・Meeting time: 8:15 (Kii-Katsuura Station Ticket Office) / 8:45 (Shingu Station Ticket Office)

・Payment method: Please check in at the ticket office and pay by cash or Paypay.

(Credit cards cannot be used.)

・Clothing: Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes (sneakers, etc.).

Scheduled to be held rain or shine (Please bring your own rain gear and cold weather gear.)

・Cancellation fee: Starting from the day before the tour start date

7 to 2 days before: 30% / The day before: 40% / On the day (before the event) 50% / On the day (after the start of the trip / No-show) 100%

◎Other notes: The event will be canceled in case of bad weather such as when a warning or advisory is issued.

In case of cancellation, we will contact you at least 2 hours before the start time.

◎If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Kumano Gobo Nankai Bus Co., Ltd.

We look forward to your participation.

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Dedicated phone: 090-7008-4858 Person in charge: Deshima/Nishise

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Kumano Gobo Nankai Bus Co., Ltd. is headquartered in Shingu City, known as the capital of Kumano. For about 80 years, we have supported local tourism and life, mainly in the Kumano and Gobo areas. In addition to the route buses that transport local people and tourists, there are also ``World Heritage Kumano Sanzan Tour Course'' and ``World Heritage Kumano Kodo Daimonzaka and Mt. Nachi Tour Course.'' We operate regular sightseeing buses that tour tourist attractions, as well as charter buses that transport groups such as school trips, company trips, and tour guests. We also operate a limousine bus service that connects Nanki Shirahama Airport and Shingu Station, which is great for tourists using flights.

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