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Nagasaki: Private Tour with Local Guide

1. Nagasaki: Private Tour with Local Guide

Discover Nagasaki on a fully customizable tour. Choose what you would like to experience, what time you would like to start your tour, and the local partner will arrange a tour to suit you. Start your day by meeting your guide at your hotel, then choose to sites you wish to visit depending on your interests. Example 6-hour Itinerary: Meet your guide at your hotel in Nagasaki and first visit Nagasaki Peace Park. See the Peace Statue, a symbol of the city and of world peace. Walk through Nagasaki Hypocenter Park built on the site of the epicenter of the blast, and see the poignant cenotaph and the surviving wall of the Urakami Cathedral. Visit the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum and learn more about the bombing of the city and subsequent efforts to promote peace between nations. See a variety of historic exhibits and poignant artifacts which were recovered in subsequent years. Explore the Chinatown district of Nagasaki and learn about the port which allowed for cultural exchange between East and West for centuries. Have lunch at a local restaurant and sample dishes such as Chanpon noodles and Sara Udon noodles. After lunch, visit the historic Oura Church which served as a place of worship for Nagasaki's Christian residents since the mid-1800s. Designated as a National Treasure, it is Japan’s oldest surviving church. Continue the tour to Glover Garden, a collection of western homes and buildings reassembled around the house of the Scottish entrepreneur, Thomas Blake Glover.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 10 reviews


Meg, our guide was friendly, personable and speaks good English. Perhaps the company should give background information of the local sights and attractions that the guides can use rather than depend on their own knowledge. The company should also provide some suggested itineraries rather than solely asking us what we want to see. Of course, it can be flexible and include requests by us but to leave it entirely to us is a bit too much to ask of us. It is precisely that we do not know the place that we are depending on a guided tour to show us must-see and interesting places. Some out of the beaten path points of interest or food places would make the tour different from run-of- the-mill tours. We accept that these are not professional guides but some history of Nagasaki, being such a historic and important gateway to Japan, would definitely make the tour more informative. I would still go for the tour as it saved us time getting to the places and Meg was herself very interesting.

Lavi was a lovely student who was very knowledgeable about Nagasaki and showed us around and added her spin and comment to our questions. It is so much fun to be taken around by someone who can answer all your questions and get involved in a healthy discussion about all manner of topics. Lavi added so much to our tour about Nakasaki that I hope that you get her to guide you around.

A nice afternoon in Nagasaki

Glorius is a truly nice guy who went out of his way to show us all the nice and interesting spots in the beautiful city of Nagasaki. I strongly recommend him as a tour guide!

A memorable experience with endearing Nagasaki

Gloria shared a very interesting insight on Nagasaki and we had great time exploring like locals. Thank you Gloria.