Mt. Fuji

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Overview

Join us as we scale Japan's highest peak, Mt. Fuji!

This will be our 6th and 7th time scaling this iconic mountain, which stands 3,776 meters above sea level. Mt. Fuji is renowned as part of the "East Asia Trilogy," alongside Mt. Kinabalu in Malaysia and Jade mountain Taiwan.

Japan's rich culture, delicious food, and stunning landscapes have always drawn travelers from around the world. For us, hiking enthusiasts, exploring the great outdoors is the highlight of any trip.

Our itinerary includes a day hike in the Kanto Region and a two-day trek up Mt. Fuji. From cultural activities to culinary adventures and thrilling hikes, our trip promises to showcase the best of Japan.

Don't miss out on this unforgettable journey!

See you on the trails of Mt. Fuji!


 
Package Rate: USD 700 or PHP 42,000
For payment in USD please contact us at coby@trailadventours.com 


Inclusions

  • Introduction to Hiking in Japan  
  • Three nights’ Accommodation in Tokyo
  • One night Accommodation in Mt. Fuji Cabin 
  • Hiking permits and reservation for Mt. Fuji
  • Transportation (Tokyo- Mt. Fuji) 
  • 2 Camp meals in Mt. Fuji (D,B)
  • Adventure Guide/Coordinator 
  • Local Guide
  • Trail Adventours giveaways

Exclusions

  • Roundtrip airfare from Manila
  • Airport fees
  • Visa fees
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals outside the trek inclusions
  • Personal expenses

Suggested Flights

July 20/August 24/September 4: Manila to Narita via Cebu Pacific Departing Manila at 06:15 AM and arriving Narita at 12:00 PM
July 24/August 28/September 8: Narita to Manila via Cebu Pacific Departing Narita at 09:00 PM and arriving Manila the following day at 12:5 AM
 
  • Day 1

  • 11:15 AM (July 20/August 24/September 4): Cebu Pacific that leaves Manila at 06:15 AM and arriving Tokyo at 11:35 AM.

  • 11:35 AM Arrival. Free time. Prepare for our early summit assault the next day.

  • Day 2

  • 06:00 AM (July 21/August 25/September 5) : Breakfast. Prepare a day-hike in Mt. Takao.

  • 07:30 AM Depart by train

  • 09:30 AM Estimated time of arrival (ETA) Mt. Takao jump-off point. Start hike.

  • 12:00 PM ETA summit of Mt. Takao. Explore the summit. Descend.

  • 03:30 PM ETA jump-off point. Take train back to Tokyo.

  • 05:30 PM ETA Tokyo. Free time again to explore Tokyo.

  • Day 3

  • 07:00 AM (July 22/August 26/September 6) : Breakfast. Final preparation for our Mt. Fuji hike.

  • 09:00 AM Depart for Mt. Fuji.

  • 12:00 PM ETA Jump off point (5th Station). Lunch. Final preparations and an orientation by your Adventure Guide.

  • 01:30 PM Start trek

  • 03:00 PM ETA 6th Station. Continue trekking.

  • 05:00 PM ETA 7th Station Cabin. Check in. Rest and easy.

  • 06:00 PM Dinner. Prepare for our early summit assault the next day.

  • Day 4

  • 12:00 AM (July 23/August 27/September 7): Wake up call. Start summit assault.

  • 05:00 AM ETA Summit. Sunrise Viewing. Explore the summit.

  • 06:30 AM Start descent to 7th station.

  • 09:00 AM Back at Cabin. Breakfast. Pack up and continue descent to jump-off point.

  • 01:00 PM ETA jump-off point. Lunch. Depart for Tokyo.

  • 05:00 PM ETA Tokyo. Check in. Celebration!

  • Day 5

  • 01:05 PM (July 24/?August 28/September 8): Suggested flight: Cebu Pacific that leaves Tokyo at 01:05 PM and arriving Manila at 05:20 PM

Do we head to Tokyo (Narita) together from Manila? We advise everyone to join us on the flight from Manila to Tokyo and back to Manila. However, if you wish to stay longer or arrive earlier, this is allowed. Just make sure that you’re in Tokyo on our scheduled timeline.
Is a Visa required to enter Japan? Yes. For Filipinos, a visa is required to enter Japan. While we don't arrange Visas we can recommend a travel agency and provide additional details for your visa application.
Do we apply visa as a group? Visa application is done individually. However, to help you, we will be giving additional information that will help such as hiking permits, contact person, etc.
Will there be snow on the hike? Japan has four seasons. For the month of August, this is the summer season and snow is not expected.
During the hike, can we leave some our stuff in Tokyo? Yes. From Tokyo and before departing for the jump-off point, we can leave stuff that we won’t need in our hostel.
For the payment deposit, how do I pay in US Dollars? For all our international hikes, we suggest to pay by bank deposit to avoid incurring additional fees. After reservation on our website we will be sending you instructions on how to accomplish and where to deposit the down payment. We will require a 60% down payment and full payment 1-2 months before the hike.
Will there be a preparation climb meeting? Yes, we will be conducting a preparation climb meeting lead by your Adventure Guides to prepare everyone for our hike! This is also a great avenue for you to meet the whole team.
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting. ">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting. ">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters/day 
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters/day 
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting. ">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters/day 
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting. ">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters/day 
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting. ">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters/day 
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters/day 
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting. ">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters/day 
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.
">What to wear:
  • Dri-fit/breathable shirt or long sleeves
  • Dri-fit/breathable pants
  • Rain Protection: Raincoat/poncho and/or waterproof jacket
  • Sun Protection: Sunblock, shades, arm sleeves, and/or cap
  • Windbreaker
  • Fleece/down jacket
  • Hiking/sports socks above your ankle
  • A good pair of hiking/trekking shoes
Check video for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yayYY_1YgW4&t=213s

What to bring during the hike:
  • Water at least 2 liters
  • Gatorade/Pocari sweat  at least 1 liter
  • Snacks/Trail Food (Some of the most efficient trail foods are dried fruits, chocolates, and nuts)
  • Personal medications
  • Phone, ID, and Power bank
  • Additional hike clothes such as shirts, pants, socks and underwear
  • Ear plugs
  • Headlamp with extra batteries 
  • Extra plastic as waterproofing
  • Yen in small denominations What to wear
A more detailed "Things to bring" will be discussed during our preparation climb meeting.

Please email us at info@trailadventours.com for more details! 

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