Delightful Japan for Senior adventurers
THE Land of the Rising Sun is considered to be one of the most peaceful countries to visit and very suitable to older travellers wanting a comfortable travel experience.
Away from its big cities, visitors can still enjoy the traditional Japan.
It's a clean and safe to walk around with good food, friendly people, beautiful gardens and a diverse array of crafts.
These are the main reasons why mature age travellers like to visit Japan says the director of Toursgallery, Ken Osetroff. He has been leading small group tours to Japan since 1983.
"Most of our guests are not so young anymore and appreciate travelling in comfort." Mr Osetroff said. "Our style of personalised tour attracts many discerning guests who return with us on several different tours to Japan."
Toursgallery continually creates escorted tours designed for people seeking a comfortable Japanese experience. It only accepts 10 to 15 guests each tour and provides a private luxury coach for touring.
"We take all the hard work and worry out of visiting Japan with an Australian Japanese tour escort and itineraries designed specifically with the interests of older travellers." Mr Osetroff said.
Itineraries are relaxing with accommodation for two or three nights in spa resorts, top quality western hotels and traditional ryokans.
Visits to national parks and gardens, pottery kilns, craft and art museums, rural villages and even a private audience with a monk are all part of Toursgallery's soft adventure itineraries.
Travellers are encouraged to book now for travel in May when the springtime blooms of wisteria, iris, azalea and high-country cherry blossoms are at their best.
The 17-day Best of Japan Tour costs $10,850 per person and starts on May 5, 2019.