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Mount Fuji Tour Packages

Experience the divine energy of the eternally mysterious Mount Fuji, the tallest mountain and one of the most iconic sites in Japan.

Mount Fuji commonly known as Fuji-san, is the highest mountain peak in Japan. Standing at 12,400 feet (3,776 m), Mt. Fuji mountain is the consequence of volcanic activity that started about 100,000 years ago. One of three sacred mountains in Japan, the Fuji Mountain was first climbed by a monk in 663. This world-famous symbol of Japan is sure to leave you awestruck with its divine vibes and the beauty of the landscape. Today, the Mt. Fuji mountain and nearby areas are popular spots for sightseeing, relaxation, camping, and hiking. The volcano is now inactive, and last exploded in 1708. Many people plan a trip to Japan just to get a glimpse of Mt. Fuji mountain, while adventurous ones attempt to climb it.

Immortalised in uncountable images and art pieces, it is considered a holy site for Shinto and Shugendo practitioners. With a snow-tipped peak and symmetrical shape, Mount Fuji is the most impressive natural heritage not to be missed when visiting Japan. Travellers can book a quintessential Mount Fuji travel package to visit and explore this cultural site and geographical wonder in Japan. You can find the best deal on your tour, based on the cost and itinerary that are suitable for you.

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Mount Fuji is one of the three sacred mountains of Japan, the other two being Mount Haku and Tate. The sun shines near the peak of the tallest mountain in the country against a striking blue sky. When the rays line up with the summit of Mt Fuji, this exceptional sight is called Diamond Fuji. In the southwestern foothills of the mountain, there is a waterfall known as Shiraito Falls, many important temples, and five lakes named the Saiko, Kawaguchiko, Yamanakako, Motosuko, and Shojiko. 

Located on an island, called Honshu, the Mount Fuji mountain is surrounded by four cities, Fuji in the south, Fujiyoshida in the north, Fujinomiya to the southwest, and Gotemba to the east. A part of both regions, Shizuoka and Yamanashi, Mt Fuji mountain is just 60 miles away from Tokyo. On a clear day, the peak is visible from the high-rise buildings in Tokyo. 

The best way to visit and explore this striking mountain and all the hidden gems in the surroundings is by picking up a Fuji Mountain tour package, available at the best cost at Veena World.

Experience Mount Fuji

The origins of Mt. Fuji mountain can be traced back to around 100,000 years ago when it started its formation through volcanic movement. This majestic mountain has seen numerous eruptions, leaving a mark on surrounding areas. With its cultural and natural significance, Mount Fuji is seen as a revered and cherished landmark in Japan's history. It has also been a place of inspiration for artists, poets, and adventure enthusiasts. The place is illustrated in several poems, paintings, and woodblock prints, becoming a lasting symbol of exquisiteness and spiritual importance in Japanese culture. Most Mt. Fuji tour packages, available at the best price, provide tourists with a chance to experience the cultural significance of this holy destination.

One of the best ways to experience the breathtaking beauty of Mount Fuji is by climbing to its summit. For some people, climbing Mt. Fuji is a part of the annual pilgrimage, while nature lovers and tourists climb to the summit to see the magnificent sunrise views. If you are not willing to hike to the top, you can visit one of the 5th stations of the mountain. These are easily accessible by road and offer gorgeous views of the surrounding landscape.

Climbing Mount Fuji is a popular activity among trekkers. While it is an achievable hike for beginners, one must be fit and prepared to ensure a safe and fun experience. Visiting and experiencing Mount Fuji mountain has become easier with the best Fuji mountain tour package available online. 

Things to Do Around Mount Fuji

Visit Fujisan Hongū Sengen Taisha

Situated in Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture, this beautiful shrine is dedicated to the goddess of Mount Fuji and volcanoes named Princess Konohanasakuya. The temple was built in the 9th century and is a famous religious place for those climbing Mount Fuji Mountain. Those who are planning to climb the mountain should include this shrine in the itinerary of Mt Fuji packages.

Relax at a Hot Spring

There are many hot springs located in proximity to the mountain, offering a rejuvenating experience after a tiring day of sightseeing and trekking. Some of the most popular hot springs are Yamanakako Onsen, Fujikawaguchiko Onsen, and Hakone Onsen. 

Enjoy Traditional Tea Picking at the foot of Mount Fuji

At the foot of the mountain, you can participate in an amazing traditional tea-picking activity in the green tea plantation field. For tea lovers, it is going to be a memorable time picking tea and learning the art of processing and brewing while enjoying the picturesque sight of the area and a cup of freshly brewed tea.

Enjoy White Water Rafting

One of the most exciting activities for water and adventure lovers takes your travel experience to the next level. When visiting Mount. Fuji, you can plan to enjoy the thrill of white water rafting amid the striking views of iconic mountains. This amazing activity would be a great addition to your Mt. Fuji tour package.

Fuji Five Lakes

Nestled at a height of around 3,200 feet (1,000 metres), Fuji Five Lakes enhances the breathtaking beauty of the mountain. These lakes include Saiko, Motosuko, Shojiko, Yamanakako, and Kawaguchiko, all offering stunning views of the mountain. The best Fuji mountain tour package includes visits to Fuji Five Lakes, a popular tourist destination for natural beauty.

Best Time to Visit Mount Fuji Mountain

The official climbing season for Mt. Fuji is from early July to mid-September, when the weather is relatively mild, free of snow, and facilities and public transportation are open. So, those without hiking experience are recommended to climb the mountain during the official season. These months are perfect for booking your Mount Fuji travel package. However, some mountain huts and refuges remain open until the end of September, giving trekkers an easy way to escape the crowds of almost 300,000 mountaineers who go on this expedition each summer. 

From late September to October, temperatures at the Mount Fuji summit can drip to far below zero. While there is no snow during this season, trekking is advised only for experienced hikers. If there is snow on the mountain, hikers need the right mountaineering equipment for support.

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