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Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Asia travel planner has seven new tours for 2012
Amanda Stutt

Thom Ryan, wholesale manager, and Bronwyn Hodge, product and marketing coordinator
Goway Travel held a dinner presentation to celebrate the launch of their new Asia product at the Flamingo Chinese restaurant in Vancouver last night.

Goway’s comprehensive new Asia Travel planner brochure contains several new tours, including a Russian river cruise from Moscow to St. Petersburg, Nepal’s Annapurna circuit and mount Everest trek, India’s Pushkar and Jaipur, Thailand’s hill tribe trekking, Korea’s world expo tour, Philippines’ Cebu and Chocolate Hills and a Myanmar (Burma) excursion.

Bronwyn Hodge, Goway’s Asia product coordinator, was master of ceremonies at the launch.

Hodge emphasized the amount of useful information in the new Asia travel planner, and outlined the benefits and flexibility of Goway’s product.
Bronwyn Hodge

“We can organize complex air, whether it’s to Asia or within Asia, we can definitely help with that. We also have excellent ground suppliers that your clients will travel with - we’ve been working with them for many, many years - they are very experienced,” she said.

Hodge also said that Goway been in business selling Asia for 41 years. “We have developed a really good reputation with our suppliers [in Asia]. We are a one-stop shop. Whether you want to book your air, your insurance, we can do it all for you, and our tours are flexible and customizable,” she said.

Hodge noted that some of Goway’s top itineraries and most popular tours are the Golden Triangle in India, Classic Thailand, Bali/Thailand beach tours and the Vietnam showcase.

In addition, Goway offers river cruise and rail options, including the palace on wheels in India, and the trans Siberian train, which covers China, Russia and Mongolia. 

Goway classifies groups as ten people or more, and any group less than ten will be on an FIT basis. Current promotions in the new brochure include the Trans-Siberian train, where clients can save $300 per couple. 

Agent incentives include an online booking engine, a group air desk and net fares on over 60 airlines from Canada and the U.S.

For more information on the Asia travel planner, visit Goway.com

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