Travel Impressions, Wendy Wu Tours Expand Partnership

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As Travel Impressions celebrates the fifth anniversary of its partnership with Wendy Wu Tours, the companies are forging ahead with an expanded partnership. As part of the new arrangement Travel Impressions will add Tibet to its Wendy Wu offerings and offer 36 Wendy Wu Tours in printed and digital versions of its 2017 brochure. The brochures will also offer the previously established vacations to China, India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and Japan

Newly added itineraries in Tibet will include the 15-night air-inclusive China & Tibet Discovery and 17-night air-inclusive (16-night land only) China & Spiritual Tibet programs which visit Beijing, Xi'an, Chengdu and Shanghai, along with a three-night river cruise on China's Yangtze River. 

In Japan, the partnership will utilize experiential tour offerings such as traditional sushi making classes, sumo wrestling tournaments and classes on Zen mediation for programs including the 11-night air-inclusive Golden Route, which visits Tokyo, Mt. Fuji, Kyoto and Osaka


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Beyond print and digital versions of the brochures, the Wendy Wu portfolio will be accessible to agents through a Travel Impressions portal. Additionally, agents will now be able to offer air-inclusive tour packages and insurance to clients. 

Founded in 1974, Travel Impressions is one of the nation’s largest leisure tour operators, offering packaged and FIT vacations to over 200 destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, Asia, Europe, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, the Islands of Tahiti, Canada, the continental U.S., Alaska and Hawaii

Wendy Wu Tours is a leading, award-winning Asia specialist tour operator with offices in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the U.K. and the U.S. 

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