Kumano Kodo trail

Kumano Kodo walking and trekking information

Kumano Kodo trail (self-guided) – Nakahechi route including Grand Shrines

This self-guided trip begins in Kii-Tanabe and covers the full Nakahechi route over 4 days of walking with a rest day in the Hongu area in between. Along the way you’ll get to experience Japanese hospitality in traditional ryokans and minshukus as you walk the trail to the Grand Shrines of Kumano Hongu and Nachi Taisha. There is also the option to visit the 3rd Shrine, Hayatama Taisha, in Shingu at the end of your trek by spending an additional night in Kii-Katsuura.

As with other RAW Travel trips, this is a flexible itinerary and the trip can be adapted to your needs. For instance, you may like to add in more rest days at the end at Kii-Katsuura and relax by the coast or more time in the Hongu area.

Outline Itinerary – Kumano Kodo
Arrive Kii-Tanabe and tour orientation
Hike Takijiri to Tsugizakura (~18km)
Hike Tsugizakura to Kumano Hongu Taisha (~21km)
Explore Hongu area
Hike Hongu area to Koguchi (~13km)
Hike Koguchi to Kumano Nachi Taisha (~14.5km)
Conclusion of tour – depart Kii Katsuura

Price $1850 per person based on twin share (single supplement $300)

This Kumano Kodo trip includes
1 nights accommodation in Kii-Tanabe, hotel/guesthouse, twin share basis
5 nights in traditional Japanese guesthouses along the trail, twin share basis
Meals included as listed in itinerary (refer to Raw Travel site – link below)
Luggage transfers on all trekking days
Briefing in Kii-Tanabe at the start of your walk
Pre-departure pack including track notes, information packs, maps and a Japanese phrasebook

For full trip notes and other details about this trip please visit the RAW Travel site (www.rawtravel.com) here.

Or Call us on (03) 5976 3763 and speak to one of our staff who’ve done the trip