Monday, 22nd January 2018
The Telegraph - Brian Jackman
Japan may not be the first place you think of if you're looking for a wildlife holiday, but Hokkaido in the winter months is a bird-watcher's paradise. Those willing to venture to the northernmost reaches of Japan should be duly rewarded with rare sightings of magnificent Steller's sea eagles and dancing red-crowned cranes. With annual departures in January and February, our 14 night Winter Highlights Small Group Tour is the perfect winter wildlife adventure, also including a chance to see Japan's famous 'snow monkeys' bathing in the hot springs of Yudanaka on Honshu Island.
Please note that our Winter Highlights Tour is always extremely popular and we now have just a few places remaining on our January 2019 departure, priced from £4,150 per person excluding flights.
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