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Wendy Wu Tours is slinging free flights to Japan!

Wendy Wu Tours has brought back its famous ‘Fly Free’ deal, offering free return flights to Japan on some of its best-selling tours!

The Fly Free tours cover departures from September 2021 to April 2022 for bookings made by 13 November, and include the popular autumn leaves and cherry blossom seasons with savings of $1,000 per person.

Also included are eight dedicated departures for solo travellers on popular tours including ‘A Week in Japan’, ‘Jewels of Japan’, ‘Discover Japan’ and ‘Japan Uncovered’.

Wendy Wu Tours’ local managing director, Andrew Mulholland, said: “With pent-up demand for travel, we are seeing positive signs and firm booking commitment for a range of destinations including Japan.

“We have listened to our customers and ensured that our booking conditions provide them with reassurance when booking.”

Wendy Wu’s Book with Confidence guarantee features means customers can secure their tour with just a $99 deposit per person, with no more to pay until 75 days before departure and no risk, with 100 per cent of the payment placed in credit in the event of travel restrictions being enforced.

The guarantee also allows guests one free date change should their plans change for any reason, and every tour features COVID-safe travel protocols.

Wendy Wu Tours has developed a ‘Travel with Confidence’ program in consultation with the United Nations World Tourism Organization and the World Travel & Tourism Council, which also adheres to local government regulations across Asia.

The wholesaler has also announced the release of its new online brochure collection, which will go live here on 28 October.

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