Travelmarvel Releases 2024 Asia Holidays with New Offerings

Travelmarvel Releases 2024 Asia Holidays with New Offerings

Premium tour operator Travelmarvel has released its Asia holiday program for 2024, featuring itineraries that travel through Japan, South Korea, India, and Sri Lanka.

The launch includes a range of rail journeys, land journeys and river cruising for guests to deep dive into this popular region.

Of the 11 itineraries, including a new 15-day Great Rail Journey of South India and Kerala, and all trips include earlybird offers with savings up to $2,600 per couple which are valid until 29 February 2024 unless sold out prior.

Part of the 12 Day Discover Japan tour.

The brand-new 15-day Discover Southern India & Kerala tour begins in Bengaluru (Bangalore) and covers India’s spectacular southern states, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. The journey includes travelling on the World Heritage Toy train, a cultural performance of Kathakali and a cruise on the serene backwaters of Kerala. Experience one of the country’s most colourful temples in Madurai, explore Fort Kochi’s St Francis Church and sample some India’s famed cuisines as well as renowned teas and spices. This great rail journey is priced from $4,195 per person twin share, inclusive of a $1,400 saving per couple for early bookings.

Travelmarvel’s diverse range of touring in Asia allows you to select the type of transport that suits you, from fast-paced bullet trains to gentle river cruises, there is a journey for everyone in Asia with Travelmarvel.

The must-see Insider Experiences such as visits to Matsumoto Castle, Gyeongbok Palace, Taj Mahal and Sigiriya are all included, so that you can explore these incredible locations and their unique culture, cuisine and history in greater depth.

Highlights of the Golden Triangle tour.

Travelmarvel Product Manager Brett Lemish said the extensive range of holidays and travel styles in this Asia program provide the perfect opportunity for guests to experience culturally rich Asia and all it has to offer at their own pace.

“There is a lot to see in these countries, particularly Japan and South Korea. South Korea is a big foodie destination and there are several regional gourmet inclusions in the tours featuring this country for food lovers. And like Japan, South Korea has Cherry Blossoms, high speed bullet trains, modern cities, ancient traditions, K pop and K drama!

Scenic South Korea and Japan.

“Our Insider Experiences are carefully designed to take your holiday from amazing to extraordinary, and they await you on every Travelmarvel holiday through Asia.” Lemish concluded.

The popular 12-day Timeless Japan tour is back for 2024 and is priced from $6,795 per person twin share, inclusive of a $1,400 saving per couple for early bookings. Travel from Tokyo to Osaka and experience the wonders of Japan with highlights including a Welcome Dinner at an Izakaya-style restaurant, a cruise of Lake Ashiniko for a closer view of the snowcapped Mt Fuji on a clear day, a visit to the local sake brewery and a hands-on sushi workshop after visiting Tokyo’s largest fish market.

Other trips available include:

  • 8-day Taste of South Korea – Land journey – Save up to $1,400 per couple
  • 10 Day Highlights of the Golden Triangle – Great Rail Journey – Save up to $1,400 per couple
  • 12 Day Discover Japan – Great Rail Journey – Save up to $1,400 per couple
  • 12-day Splendours of Sri Lanka​ – Land journey – Save up to $1,400 per couple
  • 13 Day India’s Golden Triangle, Tigers & Shimla – Great Rail Journey – Save up to $1,400 per couple
  • 14 Day Grand Tour of Japan – Great Rail Journey – Save up to $1,400 per couple
  • 19 Day Scenic South Korea and Japan – Land journey – Save up to $2,600 per couple
  • 20-day The Lower Ganges, Golden Triangle & Mumbai​ – River cruise and Great Rail Journey – Save up to $2,600 per couple
  • 21-day In Search of Tigers & Leopards​ – Great Rail Journey – – Save up to $2,600 per couple

Travelmarvel also reminds agents that there is a limited number of seats left on its Japan and South Korea tours with guaranteed departures in September and October 2023 if they have clients interested.

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