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The best bits of Wendy Wu’s Worldwide Sale

Wendy Wu Tours has kicked off its Worldwide Sale with savings of $250 per person on all 2022 and 2023 international group tours.

There are more than 85 tours and 1,000 departure dates including Japan’s uber-popular cherry blossom and autumn leaf seasons.

All tours include international flights and taxes, all accommodation, all or most meals, transport, English speaking guide (with a min five years’ guiding experience), visas (for Australian passports if required), touring and entrance fees.

Plus, all tours are backed by the specialists’ Book with Confidence guarantee meaning you can secure your client’s place with a deposit of only $99pp with no more to pay until 75 days prior to departure on most tours and unlimited changes up until 75 days prior to departure.

There is also the option to add on a 2-night Singapore stay to most tours from only $99pp including accommodation, breakfast daily and return seat-in-coach transfers.

Some sale highlights include:

Japan Uncovered: 18-day Classic Tour from $12,240pp including all the classic sights and key cultural experiences with departures travelling during cherry blossom and autumn leaves.

Angkor the Bay: 18-day Classic Tour from $6,440pp, featuring the breathtaking temples of Angkor and the Mekong Delta.

Road to Samarkand: 23-day Go Beyond Tour from $13,470pp journeying through the heart of Central Asia crossing starkly beautiful deserts and magnificent mountain landscapes.

But get in quick! The Worldwide Sale ends on 20 December.


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