Skiing in Niseko

06 September 2017

Skiing in Niseko

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Our private tailor-made journeys offer complete freedom of choice. This is a suggested itinerary only, shown to give you a flavour of what's possible! 

Oxford Ski can include ski hire, backcountry tours, cultural excursions and activities ... we're brimming with suggestions. At the very least, we can simply package together your accommodation, transfers and lift passes. And because we are ATOL bonded in the UK, we can also include your international flights.

Day One: Depart from the UK (or elsewhere), flying directly to Tokyo.

Day Two: Arrive in Tokyo and transfer on to a domestic flight up to Hokkaido Island. You are met at Sapporo Chitose airport and taken by private transfer to Niseko. Settle in to your accommodation in Hirafu Village.

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Days Three to Eight: Six days skiing in the Niseko region. Full day excursions can be organised to nearby ski resorts; Rusutsu, Moiwa and Kiroro.

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Day Nine: Private transfer back to Sapporo Chitose Airport and early afternoon flight back down to Tokyo. You are met at the airport and transferred to your hotel in Shinjuku, Tokyo’s principal entertainment district with excellent transport links within the city.

Day Ten: A full day to explore Tokyo.

Day Eleven: Private transfer to the airport in Tokyo and fly back to the UK (or elsewhere), arriving home the same day.

Niseko – We can organise local transport, backcountry ski guides, equipment rental, lift passes, ski lessons, child care, catering, spa treatments and activities such as snowmobile safaris.

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Tokyo – In Tokyo we can arrange for your own private guides to show you the sights, and / or include experiences such as sushi-making lessons, visiting a sumo stable or drinking coffee in a cat café.

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Price guide – Prices from £3,288 per person, based on two people travelling together. This cost would include international flights from the UK and Japanese domestic flights in economy class, ski carriage on the flights, luxury accommodation in both Niseko and Tokyo, private transfers and lift passes for six days in Niseko. This would be for a trip in March, which is a good time to travel whilst still considered low season.

Prices are dependant on your individual itinerary. Please call us on +44 1993 899 420 or click here for more contact details, we'll introduce you to our Japan Specialist who can help you plan your trip.