After docking at Kobe port, hop on this shore excursion to explore the cities of Nara and Osaka. Witness the splendid view of Osaka Castle, feed the adorable deer in Nara Deer Park, and be mesmerizing at the spectacular architecture of Osaka Castle.
 

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Duration: 6.5 hours
Start/End: Kobe port/ Kobe port
Highlights: Kasuga Taisha Shrine, Nara Deer Park, Osaka Castle
Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry form)
Tour Category: Kobe shore excursions

Small Group – Big Deal

Cruise: Celebrity Millennium
Date: 8 Apr 2020
Only 10 left
Expected Group of 14
From
US $175/person

Number of participants8101214
Price per person (USD/ pax)207222196175
 
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Nara Deer Park Osaka shore excursions

Upon arrival at the port, meet your guide and driver and proceed to Nara city. Head to Kasuga Taisha Shrine to get a glimpse of the traditional rituals of Nara.

Kasuga Taisha Shrine

Then, enjoy a scenic walk to Nara Deer Park. As its name telling, the park is the habitat for hundreds of lovely deer freely roaming. Deer is considered as the symbol of Nara city who are totally tame and friendly. Even though the first touch can make them be aggressive, don’t quickly give up. Purchase some deer crackers to feed these adorable animals, some of them will make you surprise by bowing to ask to be fed.

Nara Deer Park in Todaiji Temple

Continue on by heading to Osaka Castle – the iconic landmark in Osaka cultural city. Used to be the largest castle at the time it originally constructed, the castle was destroyed and rebuilt several times until the total repair works in 1997. Its tower is protected by citadels, impressive gates, steady stone walls, and moats surrounding. Trip ends when your driver transfers you back to port.

Osaka Castle-Kobe-shore-excursions

What’s included?

  • English-Speaking-Guide (licensed)
  • Chartered car/coach including high-way and parking fee
  • Entrance fee: Kasuga Taisha Shrine, Osaka Castle

What’s excluded?

  • Meals & Drinks
  • Tips for Guide and Driver