Group Travel

As one of the largest travel agencies in the world, JTB has the bargaining power to provide that extra something to make your group trip memorable. Our organisational process means that you make all of the final decisions, whilst JTB Europe handle the day-to-day running of the trip.

Sample itinerary

    This itinerary is the perfect introduction to Japan, and is very popular with first time visitors. We make sure that VIP clients feel completely looked after: stay in the most luxurious hotels, dine in Japan's most exclusive restaurants, and experience the best of what Japan has to offer.

    Day1 : Welcome to Tokyo

    Meet your English speaking guide at Haneda Airport, transfer to Tokyo and check-in to your luxury hotel. See Tokyo’s nightscape from a chartered helicopter, followed by dinner in one of Tokyo’s many Michelin star restaurants.

    Day2 : Modern Tokyo

    Your guide will introduce you to Tokyo, the city of contrasts. Visit the historical Asakusa area and the futuristic Akihabara, see the varied subcultures of Harajuku and the luxury of Ginza. In the evening, enjoy the spectacle of a Teppanyaki dinner, cooked freshly in front of you by a master chef.

    Day3 : A change of scene

    Catch a glimpse of Fuji as you speed towards Kyoto in the world famous bullet train. Upon arrival, your guide will introduce you to Japan’s most iconic shrines and temples.

    Day4 : Historical Nara

    Travel to historical Nara, for a guided chauffeur driven tour of the historical monuments in this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site. After returning to Kyoto in the early evening, dine at a top restaurant in the historical Gion area of the city.

    Day5 : Traditional Kyoto

    In the morning, immerse yourself in Kyoto culture with a private tea ceremony in traditional Japanese dress. In the afternoon, see the beautiful Sagano bamboo grove and the scenic Arashiyama district from a rickshaw. On your final night in Kyoto, discover the mysterious flower and willow world over a private dinner with a Geisha.

    Day6 : Sacred Miyajima

    Transfer to Hiroshima by bullet train, and reflect at the Peace Memorial Museum and Park. This will be followed by a transfer to Miyajima Island’s Itsukushima shrine: one of the most beautiful sights in Japan. Staying overnight in a Ryokan on the island allows you to see it in a whole new light, and experience traditional Japanese hospitality.

    Day7 : Goodbye to Tokyo

    Transfer back to Tokyo by first class bullet train and check in to your luxury hotel. On your final night in Japan, discover the true taste of sushi at an exclusive Michelin 3-star restaurant.

    Day8 : Return Home

    Private transfer to Haneda Airport, and depart for home.

    When visiting another country, it's great to have an insight into different cultures and traditions. This itinerary allows you to experience typical Canadian life, as well as those of the First Nation and Mennonite people.

    Day1 : Welcome Day

    Meet your guide at Toronto Pearson International Airport and be transferred by private coach to your luxury hotel in the centre of town. Unwind and settle in before a delicious welcome dinner in one of Toronto’s top restaurants.

    Day2 : Best of Toronto

    Your guide will show you the sights of this wonderful city and taken in the stunning views from the CN Tower. Then spend the afternoon at the breath-taking Niagara Falls before returning back to the hotel for dinner.

    Day3 : Six Nations of The Grand River

    Visit this amazing county situated on the Grand River and tour the Six Nations reserve. Experience the Iroquois Culture as you stay overnight in a local inn.

    Day4 : St. Jacobs Country

    Enjoy walking around St. Jacob’s Farmers’ Market while also learning about the history and traditions of the Mennonite people in this fascinating village, before returning to Toronto for your final night in this gorgeous country.

    Day5 : Return home

    Enjoy free time to walk around the city and go shopping before transferring to the airport and leaving to go home.