This was a trip I put together for my own family vacation to Japan in the summer of 2018. I have taken out all the specific travel documents due to the personal information contained. This sample itinerary serves as an example of the kinds of trips I put together and how I present this information to my clients.
I initially present several proposals to the client and once a proposal is selected, it will be transformed into their travel itinerary. I include all the specific trip information with confirmations, destination information and more.
I have been a Master Japan Specialist since 2017 and I am happy to put together a trip for you and I have worked on many different types of travel to Japan like budget friendly trips, hiking to Mt. Fuji, escorted travel, monastery inn stay, travel to Rabbit Island, and more.
Please can we draw your attention to a couple of the most important sections in our Terms and Conditions which you can access from our client portal or you can read here:
Cancellation Terms: Please note that the deposit you pay to secure your booking is non-refundable. Clause 7 states our policy regarding cancellations and the charges that are associated with this and clause 6 contains the information on making changes to your booking. Please be sure to read these through.
Insurance: Clause 8 relates to travel insurance. One of the conditions under which we accept bookings is that all passengers have insurance which as a minimum provides cover for medical expenses (including medical repatriation).
Payment: The full payment for the package is due XXXXXXXX. This is shown on your confirmation invoice. We accept payment by cheque, bank transfer or by credit / debit card.
Passports & Visas: Holders of most European, North American or Australian passports do not need a visa to travel to Japan. If you have any doubts as to whether a visa is required please ask us or contact the Japanese Embassy or Consulate. Japanese law requires that visitors have at least 6 months to run on their passport from the date they arrive in Japan.