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Wendy Wu launches 2022 On Sale promotion

Wendy Wu Tours has launched a whopping sale with savings of up to $500 per person on a massive selection of group tours to Japan, Southeast Asia, India, Sri Lanka, South Korea, and New Zealand.

The 2022 On Sale promotion includes 60 departures for travel on 2022, including Japan’s highly sought-after autumn leaves season, with deposits of as low as $99 per person.

With Japan reopening its borders to package tours just last month, demand for Japan touring is at an all-time high, coupled with a backlog of tour departures from over the past three years.

See also: Wendy Wu reveals her secret to staying afloat amid earth-shattering disruption 

May saw the operator receiving a staggering uptake of enquiries, up almost 170 per cent on the previous week, with nearly 75 per cent of these enquiries from agents.

All Wendy Wu 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.

Get in quick: is valid until 31 August 2022, unless sold out prior.

Here’s a taste of what’s on offer:

Japan Uncovered: 18 -days fully inclusive (Now from $12,090pp, twin share) – Tour highlights include reflecting in Hiroshima, travelling by bullet train, taking part in a traditional tea ceremony, and learning how to make washi paper. The tour also includes Mt Fuji, Hakone, and the buzzing capital of Tokyo plus a deep dive into the Japanese Alps to see the snow monkeys bathe and play.

Highlights of India: 14 days fully inclusive (Now from $7,280pp, twin share) – Explore the charms of Delhi, see the Taj Mahal at sunrise, search for tigers in Ranthambore and soak up the extravagance of Rajasthan on this itinerary.

Angkor the Bay: 18-days fully inclusive (Now from $6,480pp, twin share) – Discover the grandeur of spectacular Halong Bay, charming Hoi An and Hue’s imperial history.


Image: Hakone – Kanagawa, Japan (iStock/thanyarat07)



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