Packages in Kameyama
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Kameyama Vacation Packages
Kameyama Vacation Packages
Just 30 miles southwest of Kameyama sits the popular city of Nara.
This region has an intriguing past, so make sure you stop at Kameyama Castle and find out all about it.
Sports fans will love the atmosphere at Yokkaichi Dome, located in Yokkaichi. There's nothing quite like the thrill of a win and seeing it live.
Seki Machinami Museum and Sekiyado Hatago Tamaya History Museum are some great attractions that you will find 1 mile away in Seki-juku. You should also check out Mt. Gozaisho and Gozaisho-dake in Yunoyama. This nice spot is about 11 miles out of Kameyama.
Head 12 miles west from Kameyama to end up in Koka. There's so much to see and do there, including G Park Shigaraki Golf Club, Fuji Studium Golf Club North Course and Kokano-sato Ninjutsumura. Daichiji Temple and Mt. Watamuki are still more options available here.
Thinking about doing something a bit more active? Satisfy your craving by going mountain biking. Or, there's also hiking if that's more to your liking.
If you're someone who likes to kick back a little while on vacation, you should try cycling and bird watching.
Learn all about the culture of this area by taking part in one of the local tours, including guided nature walks, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Hot air ballooning is an exhilarating activity for those longing to discover their more adventurous side.
If you love the water, this is a great place for you. Rafting is popular with locals and tourists, and so is canoeing.
More often than not, a region's true essence can be found in simmering pots and pans.
An excellent meal is only as great as the quality of its components. In this locality, you will find a lot of beef and noodles.
Of course, no stay in this area is complete without experiencing tempura (deep fried seafood or vegetables) or yudofu (tofu simmered with kelp).
Scrumptious treats, such as anpan (sweet roll), are also wonderful.
Adventure shouldn't purely come in the form of visiting new cities and towns, you can take your tastebuds on the ride of a lifetime too! While staying here, take delight in the drinks available to you by enjoying a sip or two of Asahi Premium Beer Jukusen.
No matter what time of day, you can enjoy sipping some genmaicha (green tea with brown rice), a popular alcohol-free choice among locals.
Have a taste of junmaishu, a local spirit. It's the perfect way to complete your dining experience.
Many of us wish our trips away would last forever, but remember the marvelous stories you can soon share when it's time to say "Sayōnara" to Kameyama.
Alas, vacations don't go on forever, so when it's time to go back to reality, head to the nearest airport. It's 25 miles to the east of Kameyama.
Accommodation in Kameyama
Because there are limited Expedia-listed places to stay in Kameyama itself, you should book early if you plan on staying overnight.