Friday, 7th July 2017
The Telegraph – Sarah Baxter
In a world increasingly characterised by stress, immense communication networks, rapid technological development and information overload, Sarah Baxter goes off grid in search of a little sanctuary and solitude.
If you're looking for a true escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, look no further than our 14 night Pilgrim's Path itinerary which takes you away from the typical tourist trail to some of the most sacred and tranquil sites in all of Japan. You'll discover the true meaning of peace and tranquillity during an overnight stay in temple lodgings up on remote Mount Koya, with opportunities to join monks in morning prayers, and you'll return to the everyday grind relaxed and rested after soaking in hot spring baths at Yunomine Onsen.
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