Explore los pintorescos santuarios y el impresionante paisaje rural del Parque Nacional de Nikko en una relajante excursión de día completo desde Tokio. Famoso por su hermoso entorno natural, Nikko ha sido un centro de culto sintoísta y budista en la montaña desde hace siglos. Con un experto guía, visite el ornamentado templo Toshogu, un lugar declarado Patrimonio Mundial por la UNESCO que está decorado con tallas de madera y pan de oro. Escoja la opción superior para disfrutar de un almuerzo japonés y de las vistas de la Villa Imperial Tamozawa y las cascadas de Kirifuri. Disfrute de traslado de ida y vuelta en autobús, incluida la recogida en el hotel
Deberian poner audio guias en todos los viajes para seguir bien al grupo y guia en sus recomendaciones de recorrido,la gente se pierde y llega tarde al meeting point.
No creo que sea tan costoso para ustedes tener los idiomas importantes como el español que lo habla tmas de 350 millones de personas
FUE UN DIA LLUVIOSO, Y COINCIDIO CON UNA MARATÓN, CON LO QUE TUVIMOS QUE AGUANTAR UN GRAN ATASCO, PARA LLEGAR A NIKKO. LA CATARATA, AL ESTAR EL DÍA TAN LLUVIOSO, APENAS PUDIMOS VER NADA. LOGICAMENTE, LAS INCLEMENCIAS METEOROLOGICAS NO SON PREVISIBLES. CON LO QUE EN CONJUNTO, LA EXCURSION FUE MUY BONITA. Y MERECE MUCHO AL PENA HACERLA, INDEPENDIENTEMENTE DE LAS CONDICIONES METEOROLOGICAS.
Took the tour to Nikko Toshogu Shrine and Kegon Falls on Friday the traffic was ok. We spend a lot of time at the Toshogu Shrine and was good because the site is very big and we could see everything. The lunch was awesome. everything was in time as planned. The guide Marie was very good and friendly. The weather was ok a little of rain at times, but not extremely cold and not extremely hot. The only thing was the sound in the bus was very loud, coming back a lot of people were tired and a video was played about NHK TV and was interesting stuff but very loud. I would recommend this tour for people who are going to Japan and want see some nature and not only the craziness of Tokyo and the big cities.
It is a long bus trip to Nikko but totally worth it. The place is beautiful. I would have liked one more hour on the site though. The guide was knowledgeable, attentive and helpful although his English was painfully weak. The tour was well organized.
Our Japanese guide, Marie is enthusiastic and very effective in managing things to run on time. The Nikko is beautiful and Japanese lunch set is nice. We are lucky that the day we went to Nikko, the heat wave has just cooled down a little and the tropical storm has not yet arrived. So, it was a perfect day for me.