Our advantage is that our specialists live in each destination, this provides us personal relationships with hotels and travel services, and the ability to build promotional tours with exceptional savings.
Bangkok, Thailand (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
With specialists living and working in every destination, Backyard Travel have direct access to the most competitive prices and outstanding experiences available locally. To stimulate travel off the usual tourist trails and give customers even more value for money, Backyard Travel has just launched a selection of promotional rates for some of Asia's most enchanting areas.
The 4-day/3-night Beauty and Balance Tour in Kyoto, promoted with a 10% discount, showcases the former imperial capital with guided tours of temples and castles, and stays in some of the city's finest hotels. Travelers learn how to roll sushi during a private cooking lesson, get to sample the local sake, and enjoy time wandering the quaint village streets of Higashiyama. An optional stay in a ryokan (traditional guesthouse) provides further insight into Japanese customs and lifestyle.
With 15% off the selling price, the Home of the Gods tour takes travelers through the stunning terrain of Java in Indonesia – from the ancient temple ruins of Prambanan to the volcanic Dieng Plateau. Offering variety and excitement, this 6-day/5-night itinerary includes a horse and cart ride through Candirejo village, a guided tour of Kraton, the 18th-century Sultan's Palace, and a close-up look at traditional batik-making.
Suited to travelers of all ages is the Family Adventure in Chiang Mai tour, a fun-filled 4-day/3-night trip in Thailand's northern capital. This nature-based tour lets travelers meet local hill tribes and trek through the jungle on the back of an elephant. Kids over seven years of age have the additional option of zip-lining through the treetops. Backyard Travel is currently offering 15% discount on this tour.
Backyard Travel is also offering 15% off their 8-day/7-night Best of Myanmar tour. Starting in Yangon, this cultural holiday traverses Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake, and includes temple tours and village visits. A highlight of this tour is a trip to Sagaing Hill, the Buddhist center of Myanmar, which is home to more than 3,000 monks and 600 pagodas. Here, travelers will get to meet monks, shop for local goods in the marketplace and see some of the country's most famous pagodas.
Sibylle Rotzler, Backyard Travel Sales Manager, says: "Our advantage is that our specialists live in each destination, this provides us personal relationships with hotels and travel services, and the ability to build promotional tours with exceptional savings."
Backyard Travel tours are private and can be customized according to the individual traveler's needs. To see the full list of promotions, click over to our Best Value page.
ABOUT BACKYARD TRAVEL:
Bangkok based Backyard Travel is an online travel company specializing in tailor made tours to Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Indonesia and Japan. For more information about Backyard Travel, visit http://www.backyardtravel.com. See their Facebook page facebook.com/BackyardTravel