The glorious landscape of the Uratomi Coast is your escapade in this wonderful day tour. It begins with a meet up at the Mainichi Newspapers Building where you'll board your bus. From here, you head for Umeda to your Uratomi Coast cruise. This incredible landscape is accredited and protected by UNESCO, is an idyllic paradise of blue seas and green cliffs. 25 meters deep, with clear water, the views with take your breath away at the sight of its dynamic landscape. You'll then head to the Tottori Sand Dunes, with a stop first for lunch at the Tottori Sand Dune Restaurant. After your scrumptiously fresh all you can eat seafood grilled lunch, you'll visit the sand dunes and the Sand Museum. From the beachscape of Uratomi, you'll feel as though you've teleported into the rolling desert sands. The Sand Museum in particular has thematic concept of “Traveling Around the World with Sand”, and you'll be able to see intricately created sand statues and structures. Afterwards, you'll be able to unwind and take a break with a shopping excursion at Tottori's Tofu Chikuwa no Sato Chimura, where you can get tofu chikuwa, a unique type of protein roll. You'll return to Umeda full of great memories of the coast.
This was a great trip- Nao was a great tour guide. The trip was well planned. The first stop in the village was spectacular. The next stop was lunch, it was a buffet lunch in a beautiful hotel. The view was amazing and the food was delicious. Then off to the boat ride- it was fun and the birds are a fabulous show. Then to the little town and the chair lift. It was a great view and the weather was perfect. The little village is quaint and clean. Our bus driver was great, fast and efficient. Overall this was the best trip during my travel to Osaka. Its a full day , but it has variety. Really enjoyed my time.
The activity was amazing. From Osaka, we roamed through an epic highway passing through the mountain. The journey was long, yet I forced myself not to sleep as I would be missing beautiful scenery. Every stops offered different and amazing experiences. Miyama village for its tranquility, Funaya and Amanohashidate offered breathtaking landscapes.. It is the beauty of nature at its best. And lunch was great. The tour guide was very friendly. Even though he was more comfortable speaking in Chinese, but he went extra mile to describe things in English (we were the only non-Chinese speaking persons in the group). Definitely worthy and recommended!
What a lovely day! The countryside is a nice contrast to the hustling and bustling city centre of Osaka. The air is crisp and cool and is a perfect day to stroll around in the countryside. The buffet seafood lunch, not of the highest quality though, is acceptable. The highlight of the day was to take the lift chair to the top of the mountain in the afternoon where we had a magnificent view of a narrow strip of land and sandbar that resembles a dragon.
Had a lovely time during this trip. Tour was well planned and structured. The views at all the locations were simply breathtaking. Everything was poster-like. The buffet lunch was also fantastic. Fresh seafood! Bus ride was comfortable. Overall a relaxing and nice paced tour. Good value for money and Highly recommended!
Can I just say that all the tours we booked with klook was really good? cause it was! this too was fun! we fed the birds although you had to throw it cause their claws might hurt it was one of the best experiences ever, they were swooping left and right to get the goodies. the thatched houses were cute too, the architectural differences was a must to see. Amanohashidate had lot of things to do too! the chair lift was fun! 😁😁 glad we booked this tour! we saw a different side of Japan! ❤️❤️❤️
On my own, I would have never done the things included in this tour. I especially like the progression of the tour— the laidback kick off in the Miyama Village, the authentic Japanese lunch (while advertised as a seafood buffet lunch, it was changed to a regular buffet with an option to cancel so no biggie), the interactive bird feeding while on the 25- minute boat cruise (which I thought would be the highlight but this tour just kept on giving) and then the trip to the Amanohashidate View Land via the chairlift (which we took) or cable card. I loved every moment of it. Even the long bus ride to (gearing up time) and fro (winding down time). Tomo, the guide, was very friendly and did her best to ensure everyone enjoyed. And enjoy we did!