Essence Of Japan
The Cherry Blossom Edition

Tokyo, Hakone, Mt Fuki, Kyoto, Osaka
April 01 - 10, 2024 | Rooms Available
March 31 - April 09, 2025 | Sold Out
10 Nights
Starting at $9,643 /person

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3 Home bases
5 Destinations
Moderate
Activity level
Premium
Service level
Group size : 8
3 Home bases
5 Destinations
Group size : 8

A land of etiquette, innovation and exceptional eats, Japan excels in the details. A journey to the land of the rising sun is a captivating experience into a realm where tradition and modernity harmoniously coexist. The essence of this experience lies in the graceful dance of ancient temples against the backdrop of neon-lit skyscrapers. It's the tranquil meditation within serene gardens, contrasted by the bustling energy of vibrant street markets. Savoring delicate sushi masterpieces embodies a culinary artistry that mirrors the nation's meticulous craftsmanship. The magnetic pull of cherry blossoms in spring and the meditative tranquility of onsens in winter unveil the profound connection between nature and culture. Joinus on this journey which encapsulates a tapestry of rich history, innovative marvels, and an ever-welcoming embrace of the past and future intertwined.

What is Included

Nights
3 nights in Tokyo at one of our 5-star properties

2 nights in Hakone at our 5-star property

4 nights in Kyoto at one of our 5 star properties

Meals
Daily traditional breakfasts

5 Lunches

5 Dinners all paired with wines

Activities
Private guided experiences as listed, throughout

Sake Tasting in Tokyo

Chop Stick and Sushi Making Class in Kyoto

Calligraphy Class in Kyoto

Tea Ceremony in Kyoto

All tickets to sites as required

And More
Services of an English speaking Japanese host throughout

1st class high-speed trains between Hakone and Kyoto

Luxury air-conditioned transportation throughout

The legendary AIV Concierge Services throughout

All taxes

Highlights

Diversity & Leisurely Tempo

Uncover vibrant urban centers alongside unhurried rural hamlets, nourishment for both your physical and spiritual well-being, a fusion of contemporary and age-old realms. Join guided tours tailored to you as well as moments for personal exploration. With ample space for adaptability and spontaneous enrichments, a sense of fulfillment is undeniably within your reach on this journey.

A Food Odyssey

Indulge in the innovative delights of Michelin-starred restaurants reimagining Japanese cuisine, while also savoring the essence of traditional vegetarian Buddhist meals. Experience the exquisite charm of Kaiseki dinners, the pinnacle of Japanese haute cuisine, and immerse yourself in unforgettable street food encounters. Acquire the skill of crafting sushi through a dedicated lesson, all the while ensuring you relish every bit of this journey of diverse culinary experiences.

Itinerary

B = Breakfast
L = Lunch
D = Dinner
|The itinerary as presented may need to be modified from time to time to address possible logistical and weather challenges.
The itinerary as presented may need to be modified from time to time to address possible logistical and weather challenges.
Your Adventure Begins in Tokyo

Day 1- Your Adventure Begins in Tokyo

Day 1 : Your Adventure Begins in Tokyo

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Konnichiwa! Welcome to Japan. Bursting with contemporary urban culture, there are many sides of Tokyo to explore, from fascinating museums and world-class shopping to neighborhood backstreets lined with restaurants and karaoke bars. On arrival (likely late afternoon), you are greeted at the airport and privately transferred to the property of your choice. There, your host eagerly await to ensure a smooth check-in. After time to freshen up at your hotel, we hold a welcome dinner, at one of our favorites Michelin-starred restaurant of Chiyoda: Beige, by Alain Ducasse.

Palace, Sake and Markets!

Day 2- Palace, Sake and Markets!

Day 2 : Palace, Sake and Markets!

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After breakfast, we make our way on an exclusive private walking tour of Tokyo's Imperial Palace and its enchanting East Grounds. As you step onto the palace grounds, you'll be transported to a realm of regal splendor, surrounded by meticulously maintained gardens and impressive architectural remnants, all while hearing about secrets of the palace's rich history, sharing stories of emperors and historical events that have shaped Japan's monarchy. Our adventure continues with a visit to the bustling Tsukiji Uogashi Wholesale Market, where the vibrant energy of trade pulses through the air. It is followed by a lovely immersing lunch. The day ends with a refined sake tasting, where you'll discover the nuanced flavors of Japan's traditional rice wine. We strongly suggest a stop by the Whiskey Library before dinner, which is at leisure.

Temples and Lights

Day 3- Temples and Lights

Day 3 : Temples and Lights

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After breakfast, we embark on a captivating private Tokyo walking tour, starting at the awe-inspiring Senso-ji Temple. Discover tranquility within elegant architecture, then explore Nakamise Shopping Street's vibrant stalls for an authentic blend of Tokyo's history and street culture. After lunch spent trying various street food delicacies, we move on to Shibuya City. There, we start slowly at the tranquil Meiji Shrine, exploring its history and lush surroundings before transitioning to the vibrant Takeshita Street in Harajuku—a journey fusing tradition with Tokyo's lively contemporary pulse. Tonight's dinner is set at another one of our favorite Michelin-Starred restaurants, paired with lovely wines.

Onward to Hakone

Day 4- Onward to Hakone

Day 4 : Onward to Hakone

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This morning, we depart for Hakone, a mere 1h30 drive from Tokyo. We start with a captivating tram and cable car journey from Gora to Owakudani, surrounded by lush landscapes and stunning vistas. Transition seamlessly from tram to cable car, suspended in the air above the breathtaking Hakone mountainscape. At Owakudani's geothermal valley, revealing bubbling hot springs and steam stand before us, offering an unforgettable immersion into Hakone's natural wonders. Indulge in local specialty Kuro-Tamago, said to add years to your life, followed by a diverse lunch at Kaikatei. We complete the day with Choanji Temple's serenity and Hakone Venetian Glass Museum's intricate artworks, embracing Hakone's essence in a single enriching day. Tonight, dinner is at leisure, with our recommendations.

Mount Fuji, here we come!

Day 5- Mount Fuji, here we come!

Day 5 : Mount Fuji, here we come!

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After breakfast, we embark on a day of discovery, beginning at Arakurayama Sengen Park for iconic views of Mount Fuji and Chureito Pagoda. Ascend to Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station for a palpable connection to the mountain's grandeur. Experience the tranquility of Oshino Hakkai's ponds reflecting Mount Fuji and bask in the enchanting ambiance of Yamanakako Hananomiyako Park, all weaving together an unforgettable encounter with the majestic Mount Fuji. Tonight, join us for a traditional dinner, paired with Japenese wines.

High Speed towards Kyoto

Day 6- High Speed towards Kyoto

Day 6 : High Speed towards Kyoto

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After breakfast and a short transfer, we start a seamless journey from Hakone to Kyoto via a high-speed train, enjoying picturesque countryside views. Upon arrival in Kyoto, settle into your hotel before experiencing an enchanting hanami (the practice of eating and drinking to welcome the arrival of spring) picnic under cherry blossom trees, savoring Japanese delicacies. As day turns to night, witness the mesmerizing cherry blossom light-up, as the illuminated trees create a breathtaking, ethereal ambiance, capturing the fleeting beauty of Kyoto's sakura season. Tonight, dinner is at leisure with our favorite recommendations.

Get Captivated by Kyoto

Day 7- Get Captivated by Kyoto

Day 7 : Get Captivated by Kyoto

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Begin your day in Kyoto with a guided visit to Fushimi Inari Shrine, a vibrant landmark with vermilion torii gates leading through lush forests. Expert commentary from your guide enriches your understanding of the shrine's cultural significance. Wander historic lanes like Ninenzaka and Sannenzaka, lined with traditional machiya houses and charming boutiques, before immersing yourself in a unique one-hour calligraphy class in the middle of Kyoto. Discover the beauty of one of the oldest traditional art forms in Japan and learn how to use the correct brush movements to make beautiful kanji characters. We later attend a private tea ceremony, in Kimonos, where you learn more about its importance in Japenese culture. Tonight, join us for a traditional Japenese dinner, paired with lovely sakes.

Choice between Leisure Time and..

Day 8- Choice between Leisure Time and..

Day 8 : Choice between Leisure Time and..

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First option: We ought to allow our guests to have some time for themselves, reflect on their journey in the comfort of a traditional spa, or simply embark on more private experiences (price on request). One of our top favorite is the making of a traditional parasol. You may also elect to learn Martial art with a private teacher, or take a scenic tour of Higashiyama and beyond aboard your very own rickshaw. Our host and driver will also be available to take guests wishing to do so, do Himeji Castle, one of Japan's most iconic and well-preserved feudal castles. A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Himeji Castle stands as a testament to Japan's medieval history and architectural prowess. The drive, round trip, will be 4 hours. Tonight, dinner is at leisure.

... Sushi & Tea Traditions

Day 8- ... Sushi & Tea Traditions

Day 8 : ... Sushi & Tea Traditions

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Second option: For this second option today, you start with a Zazen meditation class at Daitoku-ji Temple, embracing inner peace and mindfulness amidst serene surroundings. In Mogami Kogei. you'll have the unique opportunity to craft your own pair of chopsticks through traditional woodwork techniques. We then relish a sushi experience where your crafted chopsticks enhance the flavors and textures of your meal, merging artistry and gastronomy. The rest of your afternoon is at leisure, as well as your evening.

Osaka and Nara Day Trip

Day 10- Osaka and Nara Day Trip

Day 10 : Osaka and Nara Day Trip

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After breakfast, we make our way to Osaka. Our first stop (and it's never too early): Suntory's Yamazaki Distillery where we discover Japanese whisky-making. Our next stops include the 1,250 year-old ancient Japanese capital of Nara (A Unesco world heritage), Osaka castle and Shitenno-ji temple, one of the oldest in Japan. Our day ends with a cocktail on the 40th floor of the Conrad Osaka before making our way home. Back in Kyoto, we close on our incredible adventure with an enchanting Geisha dinner in the Gion district.

Time to say goodbye, or extend!

Day 11- Time to say goodbye, or extend!

Day 11 : Time to say goodbye, or extend!

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This inspiring journey has to come to an end. Or, does it? We can send you home with a lifetime of memories, inner peace, and good laughs, or assist you in extending your journey. Indulge in a few extra days in Kyoto, Hiroshima, Kanazawa, or beyond Japan with Singapore or Seoul in South Korea. The possibilities are endless.

Accommodations

Deluxe King, Hoshinoya Tokyo

Hoshinoya Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

A clever addition to Tokyo’s hotel scene, the city’s first luxury ryokan fuses contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship with high-tech touches. Only meters away from the Imperial Palace and its gardens, the tower is encased in a black metal grid repeating a traditional Japanese kimono motif. Inside, there is a dramatic double-height genkan entrance with a seasonal flower display, indigo walls, sliding paper screens, expanses of aromatic Japanese wood and...

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A clever addition to Tokyo’s hotel scene, the city’s first luxury ryokan fuses contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship with high-tech touches. Only meters away from the Imperial Palace and its gardens, the tower is encased in a black metal grid repeating a traditional Japanese kimono motif. Inside, there is a dramatic double-height genkan entrance with a seasonal flower display, indigo walls, sliding paper screens, expanses of aromatic Japanese wood and modern-style cotton jersey kimono outfits for guests. The 84 guestrooms are split into groups of six on 14 floors – with each floor resembling a self-contained ryokan inn, with its own Ochanoma lounge. Here, at a communal wooden table or on low sofas, staff serve nigiri rice balls, coffee, tea or seasonal sakes. The scene-stealer is the 17th-floor onsen baths whose hot spring waters flow from 1,500m beneath the hotel.

The Tokyo Station Hotel

Tokyo, Japan

Vintage elegance in the hip heart of Tokyo - An air of golden-age glamour hangs over The Tokyo Station Hotel. This domed, red-hued building has been part of the city skyline for over 100 years. Today, the hotel blends Omotenashi – the time-honored spirit of Japanese hospitality – with 21st century luxury. And with no less than ten eateries on-site, it promises an indulgent escape.

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Vintage elegance in the hip heart of Tokyo - An air of golden-age glamour hangs over The Tokyo Station Hotel. This domed, red-hued building has been part of the city skyline for over 100 years. Today, the hotel blends Omotenashi – the time-honored spirit of Japanese hospitality – with 21st century luxury. And with no less than ten eateries on-site, it promises an indulgent escape.

Step inside and you’ll find vaulted ceilings, polished floors and preserved period features. In the airy atrium you can have breakfast beneath the skylight, or unwind in the contemporary spa. Then head to one of the bars to sip cocktails on rich, leather chairs before an evening of fine dining.

From your palace side rooms you’ll have wonderful views of Tokyo, and when it’s time to get out and about you’ll find yourself right in the center of the city. You could stroll through the Imperial Palace Gardens, explore the historical station beside the hotel or spend an afternoon in the luxury boutiques of Ginza – Tokyo’s designer shopping district.

Deluxe King, Hyatt Regency Hakone

Hyatt Regency & Spa Hakone

Hakone, Japan

Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa is an elegant yet relaxed ryokan-style hotel that welcomes visitors to acres of natural beauty in the Gora district of Hakone, famous for its hot springs. As guests unwind amid the fresh air, forested hills, and scenic views of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, they can enjoy a balanced mix of Hyatt’s warm, world-class service and Japan’s own style of hospitality, which offers the option...

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Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa is an elegant yet relaxed ryokan-style hotel that welcomes visitors to acres of natural beauty in the Gora district of Hakone, famous for its hot springs. As guests unwind amid the fresh air, forested hills, and scenic views of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, they can enjoy a balanced mix of Hyatt’s warm, world-class service and Japan’s own style of hospitality, which offers the option of a sumptuous dinner and breakfast as part of the pampered experience.
The rooms ooze the Hyatt’s sensibility – muted stone and wood – and are equipped with plasma television sets, broadband Internet and other high-tech gadgets not typically found in Hakone’s traditional ryokans. The baths – the heart of every onsen inn – are designs of perfect Japanese simplicity; after a soak, though, guests can take the relaxation to another level with a massage at the full-service spa, again something that’s non-typical fare in Hakone. Competing for the hotel’s soul is the so-called Living Room – an open space with plush armchairs set around a hearth, against the backdrop of two-story-high windows. After a customary pre-prandial soak in the baths, guests gathered in the Living Room for cocktails, angling for the armchairs closest to the fireplace.

Jin or Joh Room, Gora Byakudan Hakone

Goran Byakudan

Hakone, Japan

Nestled within the serene Hakone Gora mountains, the secluded Byakudan boasts 16 rooms, each adorned with open-air baths sourced from natural hot springs, set amidst a sprawling 12,000 square meters of deciduous forest. Embraced by the picturesque Hakone mountain range, Byakudan harmoniously merges Japanese craftsmanship with the bounties of nature, showcasing meticulous furnishings crafted by seasoned artisans specializing in contemporary Japanese design.
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Nestled within the serene Hakone Gora mountains, the secluded Byakudan boasts 16 rooms, each adorned with open-air baths sourced from natural hot springs, set amidst a sprawling 12,000 square meters of deciduous forest. Embraced by the picturesque Hakone mountain range, Byakudan harmoniously merges Japanese craftsmanship with the bounties of nature, showcasing meticulous furnishings crafted by seasoned artisans specializing in contemporary Japanese design.
The property's therapeutic baths are supplied by a spring tower, emitting steam and brimming with golden-hued hot spring water enriched with healing minerals. These rejuvenating waters feed into every guest room's private open-air bath as well as the expansive communal baths, ensuring a direct connection to the source.
Culinary delights at Byakudan are a symphony of thoughtfully selected ingredients, with a focus on succulent seafood from Manazuru and Sagami Bay, as well as seasonal treasures from the Kanagawa mountains. This dedication translates into hours of meticulous preparation, culminating in a creatively authentic KAISEKI Cuisine, designed to tantalize your senses.
The property's moniker, Byakudan, pays homage to the elegant and fragrant sandalwood tree, renowned for its soothing aroma. Much like the noble attributes of sandalwood – from its calming effects to its immune-boosting and antibacterial properties – the resort aims to provide genuine hospitality while embodying these virtues, inviting you to experience the enchantment firsthand.

Deluxe Room, Kanamean Kyoto

Kanamean Nishitomiya

Kyoto, Japan

The experience starts the moment guests arrive: a lattice wood gate slides open at the side of the ryokan’s clean-lined façade and a serene bamboo-lined pathway leads to a stone genkan entrance, where shoes are swapped for slippers. Click here for the video
The atmosphere inside the inn, which dates back to the mid-late 1800s, is quintessentially Japanese and homely with contemporary touches, thanks to the charismatic owner...

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The experience starts the moment guests arrive: a lattice wood gate slides open at the side of the ryokan’s clean-lined façade and a serene bamboo-lined pathway leads to a stone genkan entrance, where shoes are swapped for slippers. Click here for the video
The atmosphere inside the inn, which dates back to the mid-late 1800s, is quintessentially Japanese and homely with contemporary touches, thanks to the charismatic owner Kazuo Nishida and his wife Kyoko.
The Relais & Chateaux property has sliding paper screens, tatami floors and cotton yukata gowns provided in each of the seven guestrooms, which overlook a courtyard garden. Less conventionally, jazz plays constantly in the background (Mr Nishida’s favourite music), the library is crammed with architecture tomes, modern paintings hang on walls and the meals are not served in guestrooms at low tables (as is often the case in ryokan inns), but in private dining rooms with Western-style tables and chairs.
As in all high-end ryokan, life revolves around the concept of omotenashi – the near-intuitive art of Japanese hospitality. And so staff are either invisibly discreet or bend-over-backwards helpful, depending on the situation - and always quick to help navigate the maelstrom of ryokan rules (for example, explaining which side folds over the top of the yukata gown when dressing for dinner or whether socks or slippers should be worn depending on the flooring). Mr Nishida adds a charismatic touch: over welcome matcha green tea and seasonal sweets in the library, he happily discusses everything from the inn’s history and places to visit (providing an illustrated local map) to his views on contemporary Japanese design.

Deluxe King, Hyatt Regency Kyoto

Hyatt Regency Kyoto

Kyoto, Japan

It comes as no surprise that Hyatt Regency Kyoto's way with top-tier luxury seems positively effortless; its home city's pedigree in furnishing exclusive services to an exacting crowd dates back to its first years as the imperial capital in the eighth-century. Since then, Kyoto's emphasis has shifted, but Hyatt Regency Kyoto supports this tradition with subtly lush decor and professional, unassuming staff.
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It comes as no surprise that Hyatt Regency Kyoto's way with top-tier luxury seems positively effortless; its home city's pedigree in furnishing exclusive services to an exacting crowd dates back to its first years as the imperial capital in the eighth-century. Since then, Kyoto's emphasis has shifted, but Hyatt Regency Kyoto supports this tradition with subtly lush decor and professional, unassuming staff.
The accommodations range from the simple elegance of the King room to the grandly-appointed Regency suite with its big screen television, wrap-around balcony, and wooden "Hiba" bathtub. With several choices available, there's a room level for everyone.
Early risers often enjoy the chanting of monks at the nearby temples as they start their day. After breakfast, Kyoto's sightseeing and shopping draw guests to the train station, just a 10-minute walk from the hotel.

Your Host

Venese Lau
Venese Lau
Host, Japan Specialist

On Offer

Dome Side King, Tokyo Station Hotel
Dome Side King, Tokyo Station Hotel
Deluxe King, Hyatt Regency Hakone
Deluxe King, Hyatt Regency Hakone
Deluxe King, Hyatt Regency Kyoto
Deluxe King, Hyatt Regency Kyoto

Modern Japan

$9,643 /person
Based on double occupancy
Deposit: $1,250/person due at time of booking
Final balance due: 90 days before departure
Deluxe King, Hoshinoya Tokyo
Sold out
Deluxe King, Hoshinoya Tokyo
Jin or Joh Room, Gora Byakudan Hakone
Sold out
Jin or Joh Room, Gora Byakudan Hakone
Deluxe Room, Kanamean Kyoto
Sold out
Deluxe Room, Kanamean Kyoto

Traditional Japan

$10,434 /person
Based on double occupancy
Deposit: $1,250/person due at time of booking
Final balance due: 90 days before departure

What is Included

Nights
3 nights in Tokyo at one of our 5-star properties

2 nights in Hakone at our 5-star property

4 nights in Kyoto at one of our 5 star properties

Meals
Daily traditional breakfasts

5 Lunches

5 Dinners all paired with wines

Activities
Private guided experiences as listed, throughout

Sake Tasting in Tokyo

Chop Stick and Sushi Making Class in Kyoto

Calligraphy Class in Kyoto

Tea Ceremony in Kyoto

All tickets to sites as required

And More
Services of an English speaking Japanese host throughout

1st class high-speed trains between Hakone and Kyoto

Luxury air-conditioned transportation throughout

The legendary AIV Concierge Services throughout

All taxes

Add-Ons and Extension

Indulge at the Four Seasons Tokyo

$1,524 /person
You will be accommodated in a Superior Imperial Garden View - King

Indulge at the Four Seasons Kyoto

$3,888 /person
You will be accommodated in a Deluxe King room

Come Early - Tokyo

Request only! Price to be provided after your hotel selection has been confirmed. 2 additional nights in Tokyo to include Hotel, Taxes, and daily breakfasts.

Extend Beyond Japan

Request only! Let us design the perfect extension beyond Japan for you! Treat yourself to a train journey in Malaysia, or pay a visit to Cosmopolitan Singapore.

What guests have said

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Christy Thom

Our family of 4 just returned from a fantastic trip to Tokyo and Kyoto. The AIV team took their cues from my college graduate daughter’s tik-tok list of activities and turned it into a memorable trip blending the old and new sites, shopping, food, and culture of Japan. they even found a few surprises for us to enjoy. While there were a few hiccups along the way AIV was very responsive and quick to resolve them. Will travel with them again.

August 2023
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Daniel Matthews

This was my second trip with Art in Voyage. My college-aged daughter and I just returned from twelve days in Japan. Every detail of our trip was covered by Mikael and his knowledgeable team. We would have been a little hesitant to book a trip without them but, after our first experience, we knew we would have nothing to worry about and, instead, were able to concentrate on enjoying the rich culture and history of Japan. Thank you, Art in Voyage. We will be excited to plan our next adventure with you!

August 2023
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International Flights are not included, yet can be arranged by our team.

All listed activities are optional in attendance, yet included

Our property selection is always subject to change. In such rare instances, it will be substituted for one of equal or great value offering similar features and amenities.

Additional daily trips and excursions may be arranged for a small supplement

Travel insurance is recommended (Art In Voyage partners with Allianz Travel Insurance)
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Our day-to-day itinerary may, from time to time and prior to departure, need to be altered or slightly modified to address possible unforeseen logistical and weather challenges. In such rare instances, Art In Voyage guarantees delivery of the content of the itinerary yet, in a different order.

All listed retreats (hotels, villas, and barges) are, at times, subject to changes. In such rare instances, similar or higher standards will be upheld.

Travel insurance, once purchased, goes into effect upon payment of the premium. You have 15 days from that date to cancel it. Beyond 15 days, it becomes non-refundable/non-cheangeable/non-transferrable.

In case of a cancelation at more than 90 days prior to departure, your deposit will be returned minus a $500 per person administrative fee.

In case of a cancelation within the penalty period: Find a replacement at least 30 days prior to departure and your journey will be fully refunded, minus a $500 per person administrative fee.

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