BUNNIK – Smaller group tours

Size matters and in the world of group touring, smaller is definitely better!

Small groups have always been at the core of Bunnik’s touring philosophy as they create a better holiday experience.

That’s why all Bunnick small group tours are limited to a maximum of just 20 guests and as low as 12 for some tours. You’ll spend less time waiting, and more time enjoying!

When you book with The Travellers Hut we offer you the ability to book with confidence, knowing everything is taken care of. We arrange all your travel needs including flights, tours, cruises, accommodation, rail, car hire and day tours. We offer comprehensive travel insurance and check visa and health requirements to enable you to enter each country, ensuring your holiday is complete.

Call Glenn or Sonya on 43 63 1699 email us travel@thetravellershut.com.au or drop by The Travellers Hut Journey’s room locate above Vinnies in Kincumber.

Our Travellers Hut Bunnik tours selection Japan Discovery is featured below, scroll down to see the entire Bunnik tours range.

JAPAN DISCOVERY – 16 Days includes airfare from Sydney from $ 9995 per person twin share

Modern Japan retains much of its traditional charm, where ancient customs infuse daily life. Explore the true highlights of Japan on this fascinating adventure. Discover Tokyo, where ornate temples and glass skyscrapers reside effortlessly alongside each other. Be amazed at the beauty of Mt Fuji, experience an authentic ryokan guesthouse in Hakone, ride the bullet train to cultural Kyoto, and pay tribute in moving Hiroshima.

HIGHLIGHTSVisit Imperial Palace East Garden – Dinner cruise along Tokyo Bay – Sushi making experience – Iyashi no sato Nenba a former farming village – Himeji Castle – Visit a famous sake brewery with tastings – Fushima Inari Shrine -Stroll through the Arashiyama Bamboo forest and much more!

Price based on per person twin share on all departures listed.

2022 – 2023 DEPARTURE DATES

2022

02,16,23 October – 06 November

2023

19, 21, 26, 30 March – 2, 4, 7, 9, April

Call Glenn or Sonya to check your preferred travel date – 43 63 1699

INCLUSIONS

Maximum group size 20 guests

Return economy-class flights from Australian to Japan, Taxes included

Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour

All touring in air-conditioned vehicles

3 bullet train journeys in Japan

Limited Express Train from Takayama to Nagoya

12 nights in 3-4 star hotels 1 night in a traditional ryokan guesthouse, Hakone

Properties include: Shinagawa Prince Hotel, Tokyo, Yunohana Prince Hotel, Hakone

Hotel Metropolitan Nagana, Nagano Hida Hotel, Takayama, Miyako Hotel Kyoto Hachi Jo, Kyoto

Sheraton Grand Hotel Hiroshima, Hiroshima Sheraton Miyako Hotel, Osaka

Hotels listed are an indication, and are subject to change without notice.

13 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 3 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners

English Speaking locally based National Guide

SIGHTSEEING

Visit Imperial Palace East Garden, a calm oasis in buzzing Tokyo

Enjoy a sumo wrestling demonstration and a traditional Chanko-Nabe lunch

Stroll through the famous Ginza District

Experience the famous street intersection at Shibuya Crossing

Admire the city lights of Tokyo Bay while enjoying a dinner cruise

Tokyo sightseeing including Asakusa Sensoji Temple and Nakamise Shopping Arcade

Sushi Making experience and lunch

Visit Iyashi no sato Nenba, a former farming village, reopened as a museum

See the iconic Mt Fuji while riding the Hakone Ropeway (weather permitting)

Spend a night in a traditional ryokan guesthouse

Visit Matsumoto Castle built in the 16th century and one of Japan’s premier historic castles

Enjoy a soba noodle making class on the way to Nagano

Wander through the historical old battlefield of Kawanakajima, where a famous provincial battle took place in 1561

Take in the sights of historic Takayama by foot

Free time to explore Miyagawa Open Air Market

Wander through Shirakawa-go, with its famous gasshō-zukuri thatched roofs

Learn about the Japanese tradition of washi papermaking in Gokayama

Explore Kyoto and sample the famous sake beverage

Tour the Fushima Inari Shrine

Stroll the Philosopher’s Walk, the same path influential 20th-Century Philosopher & Kyoto University Professor Nishida Kitaro took during meditation

Take part in a black ink calligraphy class

Delve into the custom of a traditional tea ceremony in Kyoto

Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion)

Enjoy a Buddhist lunch at Shigetsu (Tenryuiji Temple)

Stroll through the Arashiyama Bamboo forest and see the Togetsukyo Bridge

Visit the island Miyajima and see the giant Itsukushima Torii Gate (currently under maintenance)

Tour the Hiroshima Peace Park, and visit the Atomic Bomb Dome and the very moving Peace Memorial

Visit Himeji Castle, regarded as one of the finest examples of prototypical Japanese castle architecture

Learn the way of the Samurai in Osaka, Japan’s pre-modern warriors

Contact Glenn, Sonya or Lyn at The Travellers Hut for details on (02) 43 63 1699 or email travel@thetravellershut.com.au

Click one of the Bunnik Tours brochures below for the details of latest maximum 20 passenger, group tour itineraries.

Contact Glenn, Sonya or Lyn at The Travellers Hut for details on (02) 43 63 1699 or email travel@thetravellershut.com.au