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30 May 2024

Member benefit: Wendy Woo Tours discount

We’re sharing more about our partners and benefits you have access to as part of your CSPA membership.  This month it’s Wendy Woo Tours…  Read on and discover all they have to offer.  

Learn more about Wendy Woo Tours

An award-winning tour operator with over 25 years’ experience sending groups all over the world, Wendy Wu Tours, the UK’s Number 1 Specialist Operator to China & Japan, has built a reputation for expertise, passion and exceptional value. Travelling with us on one of our group holidays to the Far East, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Indian Subcontinent, South America, Europe or the Middle East, you’ll embark on a journey packed full of iconic sights, hidden gems and exceptional experiences. They aim to not only showcase the very best of a country but to fully immerse travellers in the local life, vibrant culture and timeless history too, for a well-rounded overview of what makes each and every country unique and magical.

Fully Inclusive Tours led by Expert National Guides

They like to think that they’ve perfected the art of escorted touring, combining in-house knowledge and love of their destinations, with exceptional guiding (their National Escorts have quite the fan club!), full inclusions (yes – flights, accommodation, guiding, visas, the whole shebang) and authentic experiences that really help travellers get to know the land they are exploring.

Escorted group tours include;

  • Return international flights
  • All accommodation (3*+ and above)
  • 3 meals a day (unless otherwise stated)
  • English-speaking expert guide with you every step of the way
  • All transportation in destination
  • All entrance fees and sightseeing
  • Authentic cultural experiences
  • Visa fees and visa service if required

Choose from over 40 Destinations Worldwide

  • Japan, China, South Korea & Taiwan
  • India & Sri Lanka
  • Vietnam, Cambodia, Loas, Thailand,
  • Malaysia & Philippines
  • Costa Rica, Peru, Chile, Argentina,
  • Bolivia, Brazil & Ecuador
  • Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan,
  • Mongolia & the Five Stans
  • Egypt, Jordan & Israel
  • Greece, Scotland, Portugal & Turkey

Tour Styles

The average age of travellers is between 55-70

Classic Tours

  • Features main highlights, hidden gems and authentic cultural experiences
  • All meals included
  • Maximum group size of 28 (average is 21)

Go Beyond Tours

  • Features main highlights and experiences but also takes you further off the beaten track
  • Features a little more free time for individuals to explore and dine at their own leisure
  • Most meals included
  • Maximum group size of 18

Dedicated Departures for Solo Travellers

Solo travellers are welcome on any departures, but a handful of departures on some of the most popular tours are reserved exclusively for those who want to explore with other solo travellers only. These tours feature a number of benefits;

  • Maximum group size of 18
  • Private room with no single supplement to pay
  • Free UK airport lounge access
  • Complimentary cocktail reception on arriva

Why Travel with Wendy Wu Tours?

  • Fantastic offers ranging from FREE Business Class upgrades to solo traveller savings
  • Over 25 years’ experience
  • Unrivalled knowledge and expertise
  • Hassel-free visa service
  • 1.5 seats per person policy on coaches
  • £350pp deposit
  • Flexible booking conditions
  • Variety of tour extensions and stopovers also available
  • Winner of the Globe Awards’ Best
  • Long-Haul Specialist Operator for 13 consecutive years
  • 5* TripAdvisor Rating and Gold Award Feefo Accreditation
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