LAST CHANCE – ONE VERANDAH CABIN AVAILABLE Join Sarah Selkirk for a Japanese Spring Celebration in April 2020. Explore Tokyo before our 14 night cruise in Cherry Blossom season.
Our tour takes in a stopover in Tokyo before embarking on a 14 night cruise around Japan. The cherry blossom season starts in southern Japan in mid March and goes through to early May in the northern areas of Sapporo and Aomori. We will be visiting Japan during one of the most awaited times of the year. The traditions, events, and dishes inspired by the sakura flowers give a foretaste of this exciting season, reflecting just how dear they are to the Japanese soul.
- Transport from Whangarei home addresses to Auckland Airport and return
- Return economy class airfares with Air NZ Auckland – Tokyo – Auckland
o Premium economy surcharge $2000
- 3 nights Tokyo - Yokohoma
o Breakfast daily
o Welcome dinner
o Private hosted garden tour
o Locally hosted city sights (using local transport)
o Airport transfers
o Transfer to Yokohama
- 14 night cruise – Holland America line Spring Blossom cruise – ocean view cabin
o Specialty group dinner
o Prepaid gratuities
o Private garden tour - Hirosaki Castle
and Gardens, Aomori
Includes picnic amongst the
APRIL 2020 departure
Cost: From $11000 per person (twin share) LAST CABIN - VERANDAH
Single supplement by request with a surcharge: (room sharing is available on request). *prices indicative and subject to change until deposits have been paid
Deposit to register: $1000 per person
Maximum of 12 spaces available on tour
Contact Sarah Selkirk for additional tour information
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Your tour host : Sarah Selkirk A quick introduction for those who haven’t traveled with me before. I’ve had the travel bug ever since I was a young thing and have worked in the tourism and travel industries for the past 30 years. Back in the ‘old days’ my husband Stuart & I escorted groups of up to 500 (mostly rugby enthusiasts and publicans!) to various sporting events. These days I am happy to take smaller, (more cultured), groups to some really interesting destinations around the world.