Ritz Tours Contracts Victoria Jenna

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Ritz Tours is reserving space on the Victoria Jenna, which is receiving a major redesign this winter as part of the final stage of Victoria Cruises' fleetwide renovation project. 

Victoria Cruises is the exclusive Yangtze River cruise partner of Ritz Tours and its flagship will be featured in the tour operator's 11-night Yangtze Essence, 13-night Yangtze Essence & Hong Kong and 14-night Yangtze Discovery programs. Departures commence on April 9, 2016.

Starting at $2,299 per person, Ritz Tours' 11-night Yangtze Essence program features the highlights of China with three nights in Beijing, two nights in the Tang Dynasty capital of Xian, two nights in Shanghai and a four-night Yangtze River cruise on the Victoria Jenna. The 13-night Yangtze Essence & Hong Kong tour follows the same itinerary with two additional nights in Hong Kong, starting at $2,799 per person.

The Yangtze Discovery program is Ritz Tours' most comprehensive China program with 14 nights of sightseeing in Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Chongqing, Guilin and Yangshuo, in addition to the four-night Yangtze River sailing. Rates start at $2,699 per person.

All programs feature five-star hotel and cruise accommodations as well as Victoria Cruises' Luxury Amenities upgrade, which provides VIP perks such as "white glove" service, upper deck placement, access to exclusive ship areas, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, exclusive happy hour and enhanced culinary privileges.

Rates are per person, based on double occupancy, and include all intra-China tours and transportation, English speaking guides, meals as per the itineraries and entertainment. International airfare is not included but can be arranged at competitive rates from all major U.S. gateways.

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