Japan Winter Wild Watch Tour – Feb 7 - 19, 2017
Japan is a diverse assemblage of islands with a rich culture and a fascinating array of wildlife that draws visitors year round. But unbeknownst to the average traveler, there is a wonderland of rugged landscapes and fascinating congregations of wildlife that only occur in the snowy winter months including remarkable concentrations of Steller’s Sea Eagles on the ice edge at Shiretoko Peninsula. Our expedition also includes the enthralling Japanese Macaques at Jigokudani, whooper swans and dramatic landscapes around Lake Kussharo, and the highly endangered red-crowned crane at Kushiro. For travelers, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts, let us show you this unexpected side of Japan, delving deeper into the rich diversity of its ancient culture, exotic cuisine, and, above all else, its extraordinary wildlife.