Kitami Vacation Packages
Hokkaido is brimming with fabulous things to see and do, from firm tourist favorites to lesser known nooks and crannies. Places in the vicinity of Kitami are Abashiri, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest, and Teshikaga, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the northwest.
Take a trip to Hokkaido's indoor markets, history museums and art museums. These are good places to explore, particularly on inclement days. To really understand the present, you need to learn a little local history. Hokkaido's fascinating old towns are a great place to start.
There are times when the best way to truly dig below the veneer of a destination is by hiring local guides. The Hokkaido offers a number of wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours and cycling tours. Take your own gear or rent some when you get here, and discover the region's water activities. Rafting is one great activity. Another option is canoeing.
Try typical Hokkaido dishes or drinks to get to the core of the local cuisine. Popularly used ingredients in this area are sea urchin and squid. Taste some local meals, for example ishikari nabe (salmon and vegetable stew) and ruibe (sliced raw salmon).
Good things must come to an end, but be rest assured, when you're ready to say "Sayōnara", rest assured, you'll have many wonderful memories to last a lifetime.
Accommodation in Kitami
Book one of the 5 Kitami hotels listed on Expedia's easy-to-use Kitami hotels guide before you set out on your adventure.
Two examples of the more upmarket Kitami hotels are the Comfort Hotel Kitami, at 3 4 Odori Nishi, and the Dormy Inn Kitami, at 2-7-1, Kita 4Jo. The Kitami Daiichi Hotel, and the Hotel Route-Inn Kitami Ekimae are another two premium listings worthy of your consideration.