Rugby World Cup Inspired Travel Destinations

Japan

Japan is one of our clients’ favourite new destinations due to the coverage of the Rugby World Cup. So much so we have had to re-order brochures.
Spend a little time in Japan and you’ll soon start thinking ” why don’t we do things this way at home?”. The trains run on time to the second, there isn’t a scrap of litter to be seen, and simple activities such as bathing and drinking tea have been elevated to high culture. Tradition is always revered, from the spiritual and meditative beauty of Japanese gardens to the countless festivals that continue to play out just as they have for centuries. Comprising of a staggering 6,800 islands stretching over 3,000 km from the quasi-Siberian snowscapes of Hokkaido to the subtropical beaches and mango forest of Okinawa.

South Africa

South Africa has always been a top favourite of our clients. At the southernmost tip of the African continent, South Africa presents a colourful collection of opportunities and experiences. Explore cosmopolitan cities including Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg, savour local wines at plentiful vineyards and discover wildlife like you’ve never seen it before on an exhilarating safari.

UK

Not forgetting of course a staycation here in the UK. There are plenty of wonderful destinations to discover by bus, rails, land or sea. Hotel, guest house, self catering and much much more.
For more ideas and inspiration please feel free to pop in to Fare Wise Travel on Hungerford High Street or call them on 01488 686858.
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