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Snag these early bird travel specials

Wendy Wu Tours are extending priority access to the 2017 Early Bird Savings to the trade, before the offer is widely promoted to consumer markets.

The exclusive priority access period starts at 10am on Thursday 6 July, and runs until 10am on Friday 14 July. This annual Early Bird promotion is the biggest selling period of the year for agents booking with Wendy Wu.

“I wanted to say thank you to my travel agents for their ongoing support of Wendy Wu Tours over the last 23 years,” Founder and Chairwoman, Wendy Wu said.

“Therefore, I would like to welcome agents to offer their client’s an exclusive ‘first look’, before the phone lines open.”

The trade priority access guarantees travel agents the best possible availability, especially for special events such as Japan’s Cherry Blossom season, and the opportunity to really cash-in on commissions.

Any bookings made during the priority access period will also secure your clients an additional saving of $100 per booking. Plus, during the sale, deposits are a tiny $99 – our lowest ever – making it even easier for agents to secure those bookings.

To equip agents with all the tools they’ll need to help get your 2018 business off with a bang, Wendy Wu Tours have developed a full marketing suite for travel agents to share with their clients, including a 2018 Early Bird brochure.

Simply click here, to open up a digital version that agents can email out to clients. Brochures are being distributed nationally by TIFS. Agents are advised to keep an eye out for an email next week with further tools to help sell.

From 6 July to 23 July, the Wendy Wu Tours reservations team will operate on extended hours, from 900 – 1830 Mon-Fri, from 0900- 1600 Sat and Sun, AEST.

Clients’ looking to travel in 2018? Save up to $1200 per person on a huge 480 departures, across over 45 tours.

Some of Wendy Wu’s most popular tours are boasting the biggest savings, including:

A China Experience
Save $500 per person

The perfect introduction to this vast and diverse country, A China Experience takes in the highlights of China that you have long dreamed of. Starting in Shanghai, you’ll wander through the buzzing lights of the

concession areas, and visit Zhujiajiao water town, before heading to Xian, home to the Terracotta Warriors and Ancient City Wall, finishing up in Beijing, where you’ll amble the Great Wall and visit both the Forbidden City and temple of Heaven.

The 10-day A China Experience Classic Tour departs February – November 2018. Prices from $3,060 per person twin share, ex-SYD/MEL/BNE/ADL/PER.

Majestic Yangtze
Save $800 per person

Be awed by the Three Gorges on a relaxing 4-night Yangtze River cruise, sailing languidly upstream, and taking in the Goddess Stream and the Ghost City of Fengdu. You will also visit Chengdu, and watch pandas at play, as well as the Terracotta Warriors and Great Wall – taking in the very best of China.

The 14-day Majestic Yangtze Classic Tour departs March – November 2018. Prices from $4,060 per person twin share ex-SYD/MEL/BNE/ADL/PER.

Angkor to the Bay
Save $300 per person

Taking in some of the most beloved destinations in South-east Asia, including the crumbling temples of Angkor Wat, the 16-day Angkor to the Bay Classic Tour is a long-standing favourite for first-time travellers to the region.

From culturally rich Mekong Delta, to the cobblestones of Hoi An, the ancient tombs of Hue and the breathtaking Halong Bay; this tour showcases the very best of Vietnam and Cambodia.

The 16-day Angkor to the Bay Classic Tour departs February – December 2018. Prices from $4,280 per person twin share ex-SYD/MEL/BNE/ADL/PER.

Golden Triangle
Save $400 per person

The ideal introduction to the sensory experience that is India, the Golden Triangle 9-day Classic Tour takes you to those must-see destinations, seamlessly and hassle-free.

Starting in bustling Delhi, you’ll begin to take in the sights and smells of the spice bazaars as you explore by tuk tuk, before heading to that most grand of buildings – the Taj Mahal, in Agra.

There’s ample time to explore by sunrise, as well as days at the ruins of Fatehpur Sikri and the impressive Amer Fort, and Rajasthan’s capital – Jaipur, the Pink City.

The 9-day Golden Triangle Classic tour departs February – November 2018. Prices from $3,280 per person twin share, ex-SYD/MEL/BNE/ADL/PER.

Trails of Japan
Save $1,200 per person

Australian’s just can’t get enough of Japan right now so if you’ve never been, it’s time to go! This 14-day Discovery Tour takes in the very best of Japan, starting in the bright lights of Tokyo. You’ll climb Mt. Fuji meet snow monkeys in Yudanaka, take tea in Kyoto, stroll through Osaka’s Dotonbori district and more. It’s a virtual buffet of experiences, all wrapped up.

The 14-day Trails of Japan Discovery Tour departs March – May 2018. Prices from $10,580 per person twin share, ex-SYD/MEL/BNE/ADL/PER.

 

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