Set on the northernmost of Japan, this is a diverse island for all seasons. Ranging from the fairyland of flowers in spring to the adventure filled summer treks to the white winter wonderland.

If you have explored central and south Hokkaido, move eastwards for some summer adventure filled with activities such as horse ridding, sperm whale watching and trekking at the Shiretoko National Park.

Best Season

May-Jul
Summer

Dec-Mar
Winter

Central Hokkaido Winter Family Fun - Ice Village, Ski, Snow field activities with a local family and More!
From S$ 4,690/Adult
From S$ 4,690/Adult

Whether you are an adult or a kid, enjoy the winter wonderland of Tomamu Resort, where the endless snow activities awaits your family with the Hidaka mountain range as a back-drop. 

BEST SEASON
Hokkaido - A Winter Perspective
From S$ 5,590/Adult
From S$ 5,590/Adult

Vast, frigid and ruggedly beautiful, Hokkaido tempts visitors from all corners of the world with both its natural beauty and rich culture. Winter Hokkaido will captivate you – unique winter fun in the snowy landscape, breath-taking scenery, vibrant winter festivals and not forgetting fresh and delectable local cuisine!

BEST SEASON
Hokkaido- All About Flowers and Nature
From S$ 5,500/Adult
7 days
From S$ 5,500/Adult

Hokkaido is a fairyland of flowers in spring and summer. In blossom season, you can find Lavender, Tulip, Japanese Rose, Sun flower etc. Walk or bike in the countryside of Biei and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere. Some best spots to catch the cherry blossoms in spring are in Maruyama Park in Sapporo or Asahikawa Park where rows of sakura trees leave one in awe of its beauty.

Central and South Hokkaido
From S$ 5,200/Adult
7 days
From S$ 5,200/Adult

Vast, frigid and ruggedly beautiful, Hokkaido tempts visitors from all corners of the world with both its natural beauty and rich culture. Hakodate, the southernmost city famous for their crabs; Lake Toya and its beautiful fireworks by night; the list is unlimited.



Hokkaido Summer Adventure Fun
From S$ 6,600/Adult
7 days
From S$ 6,600/Adult

Eastern Hokkaido, although less trodden, is a wonderful place to see the diversity of wildlife and best preserved nature. Embark on a cruise and try to spot the sperm whales (seasonal); horse trekking along the coastline of Abashiri; hike along the Goko Lakes of Shiretoko National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; canoe down the river in Kushiro wetland national Park…. More adventures await you!


Hokkaido - Foodies Galore In Fine Lodging
From S$ 7,990/Adult
8 days | Gourmet & Wine
From S$ 7,990/Adult

This remote land (Hokkaido)--the northernmost of Japan's four main islands-- imposing geography of ash-spewing volcanoes and steaming hot springs offers a celebration of nature's grandeur. This trip is perfect for those looking for great lodging in stunning surrounds while indulging in delectable fresh Hokkaido specialties.

Luxury Ryokan Experience
Offering the finest in traditional Japanese hospitality, ryokans are Japanese style inns found throughout the country, especially in hot spring resorts. Ryokans are the best opportunities to experience the traditional Japanese lifestyle and hospitality. It includes many local elements such as tatami floors, futon beds, Japanese style baths and local kaiseki cuisine, making them popular with both Japanese and foreign tourists alike.
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