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Wendy Wu’s 2018 Early Bird Sale is Here

Wendy Wu Tours’ 2018 Early Bird Specials promotion is on now. These are the deals of the year, and the best way to lock in that 2018 business – so get in now because with deposits a tiny $99, places on their most popular tours won’t last long.

We have already started packing our bags, as Wendy Wu Tours have launched their 2018 Early Birds specials on tours through Asia.

Travel enthusiasts ready to kickstart their next adventure can get the ball rolling with Wendy Wu Tours and save up to $1,200 per person twin share. A deposit starts as a little as just $99 per person, meaning you can book now and pay the rest later. Can you hear your bank account thanking you?

There are over 480 different departures to available on more than 45 tours, with options like the Classic and Discovery tours, to stopover trips and river cruising to choose from.

Because this stuff is going to literally race out the door, you’ll want to get in quick so you can nab the best availabilities.

There are 18 tours in China to choose from, and travellers can save up to $900 per person. Travellers wanting to go to Japan can join any of the four tours and save up to $1,200 per person – even on cherry blossom tours!

In South East Asia, there are 14 tours to pick while travellers can save up to $500 per person. And for those keen on getting in amongst the gorgeous destinations of India and Sri Lanka, you can do so on one of the 10 tours available and save up to $800.

Check out and download the full brochure here.

Learn everything there is to know about Wendy Wu Tours Early Bird Specials at www.wendywutours.com.au/early-bird/ 

Get inspired by sussing out just a few of the sights you can see with Wendy Wu here:

Early Birds Image 3 Siem Reap
Siem Reap
Early Birds Image 1 Xian
Xian
Early Birds Image 2 Yangtze
Yangtze River
Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
Early Birds Image 5 Mt Fuji
Mt Fuji

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