AUSTRALIAN customers now have greater choice in travel options when it comes to exploring Japan, which has resulted in a further increase in demand for the destination, according to Wendy Wu Tours managing director Alan Alcock. In response the operator has increased its group tour departures and is now offering a wider range of independent options for travel in 2016.
Featured in the newly released 2016 Japan brochure-the largest to date- is a significant range of independent options from two to seven days that can be combined for a longer holiday itinerary, allowing customers to tailor-make holidays to suit their individual needs.
Mr Alcock added, “Japan is an extremely tourist-friendly destination, with a first class public transport system, a range of modern and traditional accommodations and well maintained tourist areas- it allow customers to feel comfortable travelling independently with assistance of pre-arranged local guides.
However, being the popular destination it is, many arrangements in Japan often need to be pre-booked or purchased, especially rail travel, which makes Wendy Wu Tours services in Australia perfect for those wanting a more flexible holiday with the security of booking through a reputable ground operator”.
Although the brochure features extensive independent travel packages, there has also been a high demand for fully inclusive group tours to Japan which has seen departures increase by a third for 2016.
The brochure also features independent touring options in Taiwan, South Korea, Mongolia, Hong Kong and Macau, plus the popular one off annual departure of the fascinating 24-day Discovery Tour- Mongolia and the Naadam Festival.