Wendy Wu Tours launches special Christmas-in-July Norfolk Island itinerary
Just in case you need a gentle reminder that Christmas is alarmingly close, the festive folk over at Wendy Wu Tours have already planned next year’s Christmas in July.
Wendy Wu Tours is dishing out free single rooms for solo travellers
Do your clients love group touring, but also need a bit of quiet time and personal space? Wendy Wu has swooped in to provide the goods.
Snag your clients a bargain with Wendy Wu’s Holiday Sale
Give your clients the gift of travel this festive season, with whopping savings on loads of great all-inclusive trips around Asia.
Wendy Wu launches first-ever tours in Australia and New Zealand
Australia’s China experts are trying their hand at domestic and close-to-home trips with this new collection that promises to showcase local icons.
Wendy Wu Tours brings back ‘Partner Flies Free’ sale
Tell your clients to call their bae, because Wendy Wu Tours has just brought back its ‘Partner Flies Free’ sale, along with some cheeky savings for solo travellers.
Mulholland to depart Wendy Wu Tours as part of major global restructure
After his big return earlier this year, Andrew Mulholland is once again bidding the crew at Wendy Wu adieu.
Wendy Wu Tours celebrates 2021/22 Japan brochure launch with whopping upgrade offer
Are your clients dreaming of a post-pandemic jaunt to Japan, complete with business-class flights? Today is their lucky day.
Wholesaler Wrap: G Adventures’ new travel policy, Intrepid’s four-point plant to combat racism + MORE
There’s a whole lotta goodness in this week’s Wholesaler Wrap, much unlike the diet of Travel Weekly’s editor over the weekend.
Wholesaler Wrap: APT’s inspirational new mag issue, Japan tops Wendy Wu Tours customer survey + MORE
We’re not 100 per cent sure what day it is, but based on today’s wrap selection, we are 50 per cent sure it’s Monday.
Wholesaler Wrap: Intrepid thanks agents, Crooked Compass’ new domestic tours + MORE
Things have been pretty quiet on the wholesaler front ever since COVID-19 reared its ugly head, but this week’s wrap points to some encouraging signs of recovery.
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