If your trip to Tokushima is all locked in but your itinerary is a little on the empty side, let us give you a few hints and tips.
Plan a stop at Tokushima Castle Museum. It's one attraction you'll usually find on many travelers' to-do lists. If you still have some space on that travel schedule, Tokushima Castle and Tokushima Central Park will keep you busy, too.
The best part about having your own wheels is that you can travel where you want, when you want. Make full use of your freedom by exploring all that there is to do in Miyoshi. It's just 43 miles away. Urinating Boy of Iya Ravine should be at the top of your list here. Oboke Iya Onsen and Mt. Nakatsu are terrific attractions too. Don't forget about Awa either! Just 16 miles away, Kumadaniji Temple, Horinji Temple and Jurakuji Temple are essential stops here.
Pack the car with yummy snacks and head out to one of the gorgeous beaches near Tokushima. Some of the most delightful places to go for a seaside picnic are:
We've rounded up our top tips and tricks to help you keep more money in your pocket:
Some travelers find ducking in and out of traffic in big cities a bit challenging. But in a small ride like an economy or compact car, cruising those Tokushima streets will be a cinch. Rather spend your days exploring the surrounding tablelands? Check out our wide range of SUVs. With plenty of cargo space and oomph under the hood, these larger vehicles will make those long, leisurely drives even more memorable. Crossing off all the activities and sights that Tokushima is famous for has never been easier with your own set of wheels.
First of all, there's a broad range of both economy and high-end rental vehicles available in Tokushima. What you go for is largely dependent on how much you want to spend as well as what you plan to do. Prestige vehicles are all about comfort and class. If you're splurging, why not book an elite SUV, or perhaps a stylish mid-sized vehicle? Otherwise, if you're just after a set of wheels to get you from A to B as efficiently as possible, maybe go for an economy vehicle (or something else that won't break the bank).