Wendy Wu Tours has launched an expanded Japan collection for 2019/2020 in response to a ‘huge spike’ in interest for the country.
Timed with the launch, it has partnered with Cathay Pacific to offer a free premium economy class upgrade, one way, across all departures between January 2019 and April 2020, which includes Japan’s popular cherry blossom season, when booked before August 30 2018.
In addition, the operator is offering free VIP door-to-door home transfers on all departures.
John Warr, global sales director, said: “This is our third successive year of outstanding growth for Japan, seeing bookings soar year on year. We know that this growth has been a significant factor in Wendy Wu achieving its biggest all-time revenue figure this year, making 2018 the most successful year in the 20-year history of Wendy Wu Tours.
“In this new collection we’ve expanded our range of tour styles to include Classic, Go Beyond, Private Tours and, for the first time, new Solo Tours. This range will suit all types of travellers from those who prefer to travel at a more leisurely pace, to those looking to venture off the beaten track and see the sights rarely witnessed by other travellers. In addition, our tailormade team are skilled in creating bespoke and personal itineraries for every possible type of holiday to Japan.”
The programme includes a new eight-day ‘Week in Japan’ from £3,790pp. This all-inclusive trip captures all the ‘must-see’ highlights, starting in Tokyo and ending in Osaka, and including Mount Fuji, the Hikari bullet train to Kyoto, and Nara.