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Shiretoko Peninsula is a registered World Natural Heritage Site by UNESCO thanks to the peninsula's breathtaking coastline with tall cliffs, waterfalls, and secret coastal caves. While the peninsula would otherwise be inaccessible to regular tourists, a boat cruise on the Shiretoko Peninsula is the perfect way to see the area's natural beauty. While various companies offer cruises around the peninsula, the cruises are a great way to enjoy the unusual formations of the land and maybe even see some of the wildlife in their natural habitat. Seals, whales, and dolphins live in the waters while the land is home to backed gulls, black-tailed gulls, and Japanese cormorants. There are also deer, foxes, and bears that roam near the shores. Some companies even offer cruises to explore the hot water spring and waterfall of Kamuiwakka Yutaki or wildlife cruises to see bears and other animals. Why not explore the northern peninsula with a relaxing cruise during a custom Japan Tour package with us through Hokkaido?
Museum dedicated to Drift-Ice & Okhotsk Sea Life
Famous ski resort in Japan with the magnificent beauty of its rich nature
UNESCO World Heritage, The Last Unexplored Region in Hokkaido
One of Japan's largest winter festivals in Hokkaido, Sapporo
Japan's largest marsh famous for red-crowned cranes
Fishermen's Wharf, Kushiro Marsh
The most popular way to view the ice flows up-close is to board an ice-breaking boat.
The most famous Cookie Sandwiches of Hokkaido