In the old days, the abdicated Emperor and noblemen used river boats to travel between "Kumano-Hongu Taisha" Shrine and "Kumano-Hayatama Taisha" Shrine. Because of that very rare history, Kumanogawa River was registered for the first time in the world as the World Heritage in the form of the river itself.
Wouldn't you like to slowly cruise Kumanogawa River on a sail boat, "Sandanbo"?
You are sure to be able to have a valuable experience if you try the "Tour to experience the cruise of Kumanogawa" (reservation only).
The lunch which is the local food of each season is also the other enjoyment of this cruise.
Required time: Approx. 5 hours (requires consultation)
In case the actual number of passengers is below the minimum required (4), the operation is to discuss with the other passengers.
There may be a cancellation depending on the weather the river conditions.
Operating all year (on reservation basis)
Charge (experience trip): ¥5,000 (per person) including lunch
Charter the whole boat: ¥35,000
Access by public transportation
Approx. 30 minutes by car from JR Shingu Station.
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