Discover vivid & beautiful blooming flowers, and a panoramic landscape
This tour covers popular places of Furano Biei flower gardens by taxi.
We first visit Furano Cheese factory or Furano Wine Factory next. We will have lunch with wine if you like.
Next we move to Farm Tomita to see a beautiful garden. Flowers and Mt Tokachidake range can be seen.
Please enjoy a variety of flowers and a panoramic landscape. Please try famous lavender ice cream, melon bread there. Tomita melon House is next to Farm Tomita. How about trying famous lavender ice cream and sweet melon?
Next we drive to Biei. Please enjoy pastoral farm land.
At Biei Shikisai-no-Oka Hill, you can get on a tractor bus to go around vast blooming flower gardens.
Big sky and typical image of Hokkaido welcome you.
Alpaca famm is really fun. You can feed aplaca.
We will take highway to go back to Sapporo at around 6:30.
8:00 meet up in your hotel lobby
travel to Furano
10:30-11:30 Furano Cheese Factory
12:45 - 14:30 Farm Tomita and Tomita melon house
15:00- 16:00 Biei Shikisai-no-oka Garden
tractor bus ride (500yen) option alpaca feeding( 900yen)
16:00-18:30 Biei - Sapporo
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Suggested by Guide: I will meet you at your hotel lobby.
Duration: 10 hours
We take a sightseeing taxi for 40000yen including highway fee
- Guiding Services
Estimated Local Cash Needed
2500 JPY - This is a payment for one person: tractor bus ride+ alpaca farm ( 1000yen), lunch ( around1000yen) and other expenses
This figure does not include taxi fare( 38000yen + highway fee). You will directly pay the taxi fee to the driver in Japanese yen.
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Yuko was very thorough in her explanation. She went out of her way in attending to our needs. Her English and communication skills are excellent. I would recommend her to anyone wishing to do any Hokkaido tour and wanting to learn more about Japanese culture and history.
Barbara Leah Palacios