Redesigned Ritz Tours Website More User-Friendly

Ritz Tours is emboldening its web presence with a refurbished look and smoother navigation at its website The more user-friendly interface plus the enhanced content and features are aimed at aiding users toward the company's vacation packages to China and Asia.

New sections on the website include list of destinations Ritz Tours currently serves throughout China and Asia; tour packages available for the remainder of 2008 and 2009; city packages in China and Asia where travelers customize their entire vacation; packaged deals around China and Asia; featured hotels Ritz portfolio; tips for vacationers including details about necessary travel documents, travel insurance, suggested clothing, tipping, electrical requirements, emergency contacts, and luggage restrictions; answers to frequently asked questions; documents such as visa applications and credit card authorization available for download; brochures with a request form allowing users to order material directly from Ritz Tours for the Premiere Series, Deluxe Series and Asia Series programs; and extensive contact information.

Users will be able to use enhance content and seek itineraries based on various criteria (country, departure date, tour days and budget) using the new Search My Tour section on the homepage. The redesigned website also features destination maps and descriptions of countries and cities incorporated into Ritz Tours’ programs. Included in every country and city description are popular sightseeing attractions for each area as well as suggested itineraries highlighting an individual country or city.  In the Tour Packages section, travelers will find more detailed descriptions of itineraries along with separate tabs for Departure Dates and Pricing, Features, Hotels, Extensions and Reviews.

Additionally, the Ritz Tours website offers an opt-in e-mail service providing clients with advance information about specials and promotions.

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