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15 Day Winter Japan

From PP Twin Share

$9,179 NZD
Return full-service
airline flights included
SOLO
$10,879 NZD PP
TOUR ONLY
$7,579 NZD PP
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15 Day Winter Japan

✓ Small, personal group experience – no more than 20 people
✓ Return international airfares with British Airways
✓ All airport and rail transfers
✓ Experience the iconic Japanese bullet train
✓ 14 nights in comfortable 3 and 4 star accommodation
✓ Daily breakfast, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
✓ Fully escorted with expert, English-speaking guide
✓ Incredible sightseeing as per the itinerary, including ancient Kyoto’s beautiful shrines, bathing snow monkeys in Yudanaka and the sights of buzzing Tokyo
✓ Dedicated coach transportation
✓ 24/7 customer service and your own Dedicated Support Agent

15 Day Winter Japan

✓ Small, personal group experience – no more than 20 people
✓ Return international airfares with British Airways
✓ All airport and rail transfers
✓ Experience the iconic Japanese bullet train
✓ 14 nights in comfortable 3 and 4 star accommodation
✓ Daily breakfast, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
✓ Fully escorted with expert, English-speaking guide
✓ Incredible sightseeing as per the itinerary, including ancient Kyoto’s beautiful shrines, bathing snow monkeys in Yudanaka and the sights of buzzing Tokyo
✓ Dedicated coach transportation
✓ 24/7 customer service and your own Dedicated Support Agent

From PP Twin Share

$9,179 NZD
Return full-service
airline flights included
SOLO
$10,879 NZD PP
TOUR ONLY
$7,579 NZD PP
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