Shikotsu-Toya National Park Premium Private Early Morning and Evening Kayak Tour Carbon Neutral Clean Diving Tour Ice Palace Nanajo Waterfall Premium Night Tour

Completely private tour of Shikotsu-Toya National Park in Hokkaido

This is a premium, completely private tour of Shikotsu-Toya National Park in Hokkaido.
Clear kayaking is a daytime activity, but on this premium tour, you will be out there at night or in the early morning.
Watch the sunrise with a cup of coffee as you float on the caldera lake. If the wind is calm, venture out onto Lake Shikotsu and revel in the luxury of having the lake all to yourself before the crowds arrive. Enjoy the clear water while listening to the birds singing around Lake Shikotsu and the headwaters of the Chitose River. In the evening, see what the lake looks like with a nigh-vision scope. You may encounter some of Hokkaido's unique wildlife, such as Ezo deer and Ezo red foxes, and in the summer months, you can see fireflies glistening in the air.
By joining forces with local communities, the Clean Diving Tour will take you to remote locations that are usually under restricted access.
Participants must hold a diving license to perform underwater cleaning activities.
Immerse yourself in the clarity and mysterious beauty of the Lake Shikotsu's waters while taking part in underwater cleaning activities.
Participants will spend the day working to preserve the environment and will receive a certificate of appreciation documenting their activities.
The Nanajo Waterfall Night Tour takes participants to Nanajo Waterfall, which is not accesible by car without a forest entry permit, to observe the ecosystem of plants and animals with a simple-to-use night-vision scope, so as not to disturb the wildlife.
During midwinter, the frozen Nanajo Waterfall will be illuminated. Enjoy winter in Hokkaido by taking in the illuminated snowflakes and the ice sprayed with small, colorful lights.
Be sure to take photos in front of this natural ice palace.


Location Name

Lake Shikotsu, Hokkaido

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