Classic Vacations Adds Japan to Destinations Portfolio

Osaka, Japan
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Following the successful launch of its first Asia destinations in 2017, luxury travel wholesaler Classic Vacations announced it will now offer Preferred Properties in Japan. The additions includes hotels, private tours and transfers in Tokyo, Hakone, Osaka and Kyoto, in addition to pre-set tour packages. Classic Japan will launch the first week of September.

 

Tour packages offered through Classic will cover areas from Tokyo to Hakone and Mount Fuji, as well as Osaka, Kyoto, Kanazawa, Takayama, Matsumoto and Hiroshima. All will include private transfers and four- to five-star accommodation choices. Clients can choose from four-, nine-, 11- and 14-day tours. Destination specialists at Classic Vacations can recommend the best tour options for first-time and repeat visitors to Japan, as well as what options will work best for individuals and groups.

 

Beginning in September, travel advisors can visit Classic Vacations’ website for its catalog of Preferred Properties in Japan, as well as updated 2020 Destination Guides, and Tours & Activities information for the region.

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Travel Agent recently caught up with Classic Vacations president David Hu, who says the company is seeing increasing frequency of clients asking for more unique experiences, a substantial amount of multigenerational travel and those seeking long-haul or off-the-beaten-path destinations. In addition to the foray into Japan, the tour operator is fresh off its launch into the mainland United States. 

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