4 to-go with 3D Private Use Car
itinerary is not null

Sale period: Now till 15 March 2021
Travel period: 01 April 2020 to 31 March 2021

fr. SGD 2098


  • Return Private Airport Transfers (Chitose – Sapporo – Chitose)
  • Meals as stated in the itinerary.
  • 3 Day Use Car with Chinese speaking driver guide (Max 10 hrs a day)
Meet & Transfer to Sapporo hotel.
After breakfast, starts your journey to Noboribetsu and visit the Noboribetsu Marine Park Nixe where you may watch dolphins perform, enjoy sea lions and fur seals showing off a variety of tricks, and watch the wonderful Penguin Parade. After lunch, continue to visit Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura. This history theme park highlighting the Edo Period, one of the most attractive eras in Japanese history. Step back in time to enjoy traditional games, activities, theaters, street performances and more. Next, proceed to Jigokudani, also known as “Hell Valley” which displays the dramatic crater with boiling sulphuric hot springs and volcanic steam plumes. Finally, return to your onsen hotel tonight, relax and have a good dip in the hot spring bath.

Lunch: Sobadokorofukuan そば処 福庵 (Soba with vegetables tempura );
Dinner: Hotel Dinner
Today, make your way to the Northern Horse Park, a 50 hectares horse-themed nature park established in 1989 (Day Pass: ¥2700/adult). In this park, you can enjoy pony show, horse riding (all seasons), carriage riding, cycling and other outdoor activities. You may also visit the Botanical Garden in spring and summer (Apr-Aug) or enjoy activities such as horse sled, snowmobile etc during winter. After lunch, get a deeper knowledge of a traditional Japanese tea ceremony and experience kimono dressing at Tea Ceremony Ren (Est. ¥5000/person, reservation required). Next, visit Moerenuma Park which is filled with impressive man made features such as the Hidamari glass pyramid that give visitors a unique experience. You may want to rent bicycle to explore this massive park. After dinner, return to hotel.

Lunch: Holistic Bio Cafe Veggy Way (Teriyaki Soy Meat Rice Bowl with Herbal Tea);
Dinner: Aoi Sora Organic Cafe / Itadakizen (Japanese Set Dinner)

* Aoi Sora closes on Thursday; Itadakizen closes on Monday
*Tea ceremony and kimono dressing NOT available on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Today, visit Nikka Whisky Yoichi Distillery which was built in 1934. Nikka Whisky, one of Japan's top whisky makers, the distillery maintains many of its original stone buildings which visitors are welcome to view. A self-guided walking tour following the whisky making process from start to finish takes about an hour. After lunch, proceed to Otaru Tenguyama Ropeway, climbs up to the top of Mount Tengu and enjoy the panoramic view of the Otaru city. Next, visit the famous Otaru Canal, which was a central part of the city's busy port in the first half of the 20th century. Part of the canal was beautifully restored in the 1980s, while the warehouses were transformed into museums, shops and restaurants. While you stroll along Sakaimachi Street, you may also visit the Otaru Music Box Museum and Kitaichi Venice Museum. Return to Sapporo and have dinner before going back to hotel.

Lunch: Yabuhan 籔半 (Buckwheat soba with vegetables tempura);
Dinner: Off Grid Physical Café (Japanese Set Dinner)
Spend the day at leisure exploring this vibrant city.
Meet at Hotel Lobby for your transfer to Chitose Airport.
  • All arrangements above are subjected to confirmation (Not guaranteed upon booking)
  • All arrangements are subjected to availability and prices are subjected to change prior to deposit.
  • In event the sight-seeing spot / restaurant is closed without prior notice, alternatives maybe discussed with driver
  • Noboribetsu Marine Park Nixe: Closed for maintenance on April 8 – April 12, 2019.
  • Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura: Closed for maintenance on March 4 – March 7, 2019.
  • Northern Horse Park: Closed on April 10 - April 14, 2019.
NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.