|2018||Price Per Person||Single Supplement|
|03 Oct**||31 Oct*||$550|
|11 Sep||11 Oct**||01 Nov*|
|14 Mar*||13 Jun||22 Aug|
|21 Mar**||19 Jun||29 Aug**|
|28 Mar**||04 Jul**||11 Sep|
|04 Apr**||11 Jul**||03 Oct|
|11 Apr**||18 Jul*||31 Oct*|
|02 May||01 Aug||07 Nov|
|16 May||13 Aug|
|30 May||15 Aug|
|* Shoulder Season Surcharge: $200
** Peak Season Surcharge: $400
- Economy class international airfares, taxes and fuel surcharges departing Sydney or Melbourne flying China Southern Airlines or China Eastern Airlines (subject to availability)
- 6 nights hotel accommodation (twin/double occupancy)
- Daily meals as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
- Coach transportation
- Round trip airport and hotel transfers
- Entrance fees to scenic attractions
- English speaking tour guide(s) service
- Tipping and gratuities prepaid in Australia: $70
- Optional tour extensions
- Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
- Personal expenditure and anything not stated
Impressions of Japan 9 Days from $1,499
Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Nagoya, Hakone, Mt. Fuji, Tokyo
This tour offers a great way to take in the cultural heritage of Japan. You’ll start with three nights based in Osaka, exploring that city as well as Nara and Kyoto – cities famous for their well-preserved ancient temples and monuments. Travel east to Nagoya, then visit scenic Hakone and sacred Mount Fuji, before two days in Tokyo for sightseeing, shopping, or your choice of a diverse range of optional activities.
For details, please click here.
Hong Kong Stopover from $389
Once a sleepy fishing village, Hong Kong has developed into one of the premier financial powerhouses of the Far East. It is a city which boldly blends modernity with Chinese heritage and British colonial influence. A safe, well organised, fast paced shopping paradise, it also offers up some unmatched cuisine experiences.
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|Seoul||Stanford Hotel Seoul or similar|
|Daegu||Daegu Grand Hotel or similar|
|Gyeongju||Gyeongju Commodore Hotel or similar|
|Busan||Crown Harbour or similar|
Generally, the best time to visit Korea is during autumn (September to November) when the country experiences warm, sunny weather, beautiful skies and spectacular foliage. Winters are cold and dry and are a good time to visit if you are interested in winter sports, as there are numerous ski resorts. Spring (April to May) is also beautiful with all the cherry blossoms in bloom. The summer months can be quite hot and humid.
What types of meals are served on tour?
In general, all meals will consist of local cuisine. While we aim to meet the special medical, religious and dietary requirements of our customers, we cannot guarantee they will always be catered for.
What are the coaches like on the tours?
Most coaches used while on tour are comfortable air conditioned coaches.
Can I extend my time in Korea?
Yes, you may certainly extend your time in Korea before the tour commences or after the tour ends. However, please be aware that there will be a minimum stay-behind fee from $200 and your preferred return date will be subject to availability and applicable fare and tax difference.
South Korea is 2 hours behind Australian EST.
The official national language is Korean.
Passports must be valid for at least six months beyond the length of stay. Visas are not required for Australian passport holders for entry into Korea for stays of up to 90 days.