2-Day Mt Fuji, Hakone and Bullet Train Tour from Tokyo
Reviewed by: Janice K, December 2014
This tour is a must if you ever visit Tokyo!!!!
Reviewed by: pv.roberts, December 2014
Very good. Both problems - firstly an accident on the Chuo freeway which led to us taking some 80 minutes to go 20 kilometres on Day 1 and led to a tour rearrangement and time compression in the afternoon then on Day 2 the weather closing in about midday when I was in Owakudani, were clearly beyond the control of anybody. Keiko (tour guide Day 1), excellent. However I thought that lunch could have been shortened given the arrival delay.
Reviewed by: Magdaleine M, June 2014
It was a great experience. The guide was knowledgeable. She was able to provide a lot of information abt Japan:)
Reviewed by: david m, June 2014
The weather was perfect for us so the views were terrific and we got through all the things promised including a tasty Japanese style meal. The guide was very helpful and did his best for everyone. The driving was very good and the bus trip was therefore comfortable. It was two very long days but a high point of our Japan visit.
Reviewed by: Ang A, January 2014
The guide was terrific!! I thoroughly enjoyed though was a little rush... Service was commendable as I left my luggage n shopping in the bus when I proceeded to hakone hotel and the tour guide came back n dropped my stuffs
Reviewed by: Micah J, December 2013
It was simply beautiful. Traveling to and from the peak of Mt. Komagatake was like visiting two worlds. The clear blue sky, verdant peaks and crystal water give way to a hazy ethereal land of mist and wind; a stark contrast that makes the trip really outstanding.
Reviewed by: Kafi E, September 2013
We really enjoyed this tour. Although we have lived in Japan for years we had never been to Hakone. When a visiting family member asked us to go, we were a little hesitant about the price, set up etc, but found that this was a perfect trip if you want balance. The first day we were able to see Mount Fuji, take a boat ride on the beautiful Lake Ashi, a cable car ride and enjoy an amazing lunch. In the evening we were taxied to the hotel (which was ok), and then go to a local onsen. In terms of controlled tour that was it, but that is where the fun began. The next day we were able to go on all of the local transportation with our handy all access pass. We were able to eat black eggs, see volcanos, ride ropeways up mountains and tour on our own until we caught our Shinkansen back to Tokyo station. If you want a balance of tour and individual tour, than this is the option.