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LIVING LESSONS IN

JAPAN

2014 -15 EDUCATIONAL TOURS PROGRAM

日本の独特で多様な文化及び歴史を体験できます

Established 1960

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Why travel to Japan with G.E.T Educational Tours? 9With over 50 years experience providing "Living Lessons" in Japan and around the world, G.E.T Educational Tours sets the benchmark for educational tour programs

9We offer the confidence of travelling with Australia's leading dedicated educational tours specialist and support you with a highly knowledgeable, innovative and experienced educational tours consultant

9Our Japan “Living Lessons” are designed by experienced teachers to immerse students in Japanese language and culture, to ensure the widest possible choice of itineraries and to provide access to the best value service providers

9We can arrange homestay experiences with communities on Honshu and Kyushu Islands and provide tour costs for students under 12 years of age or for small groups of less than 10

9G.E.T Educational Tours service quality commitment includes departure support, flexible group size, flexible tour dates, personalised itineraries reflecting individual curriculum requirements and interests, assistance with planning and pre-tour briefings

TOUR INCLUSIONS

9Competitive international airfares with major airlines including Japan Airlines, Qantas Airways, Singapore Airlines, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airlines & Jetstar Airways 9Pre-paid taxes, levies & charges 9JR 7, 14 or 21 day Rail Passes

Japan Study Tour eDiary G•E•T Educational Tours Japan Tour Study eDiary assists teachers to engage students in their tour with useful information on attractions, the basics of travelling in Japan and details of rich language and culturally based activities. The diary encourages students to create a unique record of their trip. Useful sections include `to take’ lists, homestay hints and a pro-forma thank-you letter to host families. Teachers may use the eDiary to link tour outcomes to KLA requirements. Once itineraries and participants names are confi rmed, G•E•T Educational Tours will provide electronic access to the Japan Tour Study eDiary complete with information on presentation options.

9JR WEST, JR EAST Rail Passes 9Rail sector fares (seat reservation included) 9Disneyland passports 9Universal Studio passes 9Rental phones 9Hotel, youth hostel & ryokan options throughout Japan 9Homestay experiences 9Group check-in at Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane airports 9Information sessions for most schools with parents & students prior to departure 924 hour emergency contact numbers 9Meet and greet service at Narita, Kansai and Nagoya airports 9Choice of airport transfers by train or coach 9Competitive, comprehensive travel insurance available Contact G·E·T Educational Tours for a no obligation quote. Meals Key: B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner

At G•E•T Educational Tours we recognise that improving young people’s understanding, skills, values and personal development can significantly enhance learning and achievement. Educational tours are without doubt amongst the most memorable learning experiences. They help us to make sense of the world around us by establishing the link between feelings and learning. They stay with us far beyond our school years and affect our behaviour, lifestyle and work. They influence our values and the decisions we make. They allow us to transfer learning experienced outside to the classroom and vice versa. G•E•T Educational Tours "Living Lessons" are about raising achievement through an organised, powerful approach to learning in which direct experience is of prime importance. "Living Lessons" are not only about what we learn, but importantly how and where we learn.

ACCOMMODATION CHOICES Tokyo

Ryokans

Hotels

Youth Hostels

Homeikan Hotel Edoya

Shiba Park Shinagawa Prince Hotel Metropolitan

Tokyo Central Sukura House

Narita Airport

Mercure Hotel

Kyoto

Hiraiwa Minshuku Matsubaya Station Seiki Tomiya

Kyoto Tower New Miyako Hearton Palace Side

Utano YH

Hiroshima

Ikawa Ikedaya

New Hiroden Via Inn

Aster Plaza

Miyajima Island

Kikugawa Kawaguchi Shin Osaka

G•E•T Educational Tours proudly supports The Smith Family "Learning for Life" program

Osaka

The Smith Family is a national, independent, social enterprise that supports disadvantaged Australian children to create a better future through education.

Shin Osaka Station Hearton

Kansai Airport

Bellevue Garden

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日本で文化と勉強

JAPAN CULTURAL STUDY

日本の魅力のある生活と文化を紹介するツアー DAY 1

PACKAGE INCLUDES;

AUSTRALIA – TOKYO

Fly from Australia for an early evening arrival at Narita. On arrival, you will be met and escorted to the station. Travel to central Tokyo on the Narita Express for your two nights accommodation in Japan's largest city. DAY 2

TOKYO – DISNEYLAND (B)

Travel by train to Disneyland and spend a fun day experiencing the rides and attractions. DAY 3

TOKYO – KYOTO (B)

This morning is free for your own sightseeing in Tokyo before boarding the Shinkansen for an afternoon departure to Kyoto and three nights in Japan’s ancient capital. DAYS 4 & 5

9 Return economy airfares ex Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Cairns 9 Pre-paid taxes, levies & charges 9 7 nights accommodation (5 nights - Youth Hostel and 2 nights - Ryokan) 9 Breakfast daily 9 A complimentary rental phone 9 7 day Ordinary Japan rail pass 9 Disneyland Passport 9 Meet and Greet on arrival in Japan

KYOTO AND SURROUNDS (B)

Explore the city of Kyoto with its many cultural and historical sites, or perhaps visit Nara, site of the famous Kofuku-ji and Todai-ji Temples.

9 5% consumption tax and service charges in Japan

DAY 6

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KYOTO – HIROSHIMA (B)

9 Japan study tour eDiary

Board the Shinkansen for Hiroshima and two nights accommodation. DAY 7

HIROSHIMA (B)

Free day to visit Hiroshima sites including Miyajima Island, the Peace Memorial Park and the A-bomb Dome. DAY 8

HIROSHIMA – OSAKA (B)

Board the Shinkansen for travel to Osaka and change trains to connect to the airport. Evening departure for Australia. DAY 9

AUSTRALIA

Arrive in Australia.

Options • Transfer by coach direct to your central Tokyo accommodation • Make your first night more relaxed by choosing to stay at a Narita Airport hotel • Dinner available at Youth Hostels • This tour can be easily re-arranged to suit your needs. Schools often choose it as an extension to sister-school arrangements

Mount Fuji

Ride the high-speed Shinkansen between Japan's major cities with a Japan Rail Pass

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日本でホームステイ 日本人家族と一緒に暮らして日本の生活を体験できるツアー

JAPAN HOMESTAY

Australian school group visiting Hamamatsu High School

PACKAGE INCLUDES: 99 Return economy airfares ex Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Cairns 99 Pre-paid taxes, levies & charges 99 Breakfast daily 99 3 nights homestay with breakfast & dinner (optional 1 or 2 night stay) 99 5 nights youth hostel with breakfast 99 A complimentary rental phone 99 Local excursions whilst at homestay 99 Local guides in host communities 99 7 day Ordinary Japan Rail pass 99 Disneyland Passport 99 Meet and greet on arrival in Japan

DAY 1

99 5% consumption tax and service charges in Japan

AUSTRALIA – TOKYO

Fly from Australia for an early evening arrival at Narita. On arrival, you will be met and escorted to the station. Travel to central Tokyo on the Narita Express for your two nights accommodation in Japan's largest city. DAY 2

TOKYO – HOST FAMILY (B,D)

Depart from your accommodation and travel to your host family (location of homestay will be determined on application). Please note host families are usually in smaller rural communities. Accommodation is for 3 nights (breakfast and dinner provided). DAYS 4 & 5

HOST FAMILY (B,D)

During your stay, participate in various cultural activities including a school visit (subject to availability of local schools). DAY 6

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TOKYO DISNEYLAND (B)

Travel by train to Disneyland and spend a fun day experiencing the rides and attractions. DAY 3

99 Japan study tour eDiary

• 3 泊のホームステイ・プログラムで日本の日常生活を体験でき ます。ホスト・ファミリーは厳密な選択基準にかなわなければなり ませんし、都会から離れた小さな町でホームステイすることもよく あります。 • ホームステイ・プログラムの一環として現地の学校に訪問し、周 辺の観光地へ遠足に行ったり様々な文化活動に参加したりするこ ともできます。 • 授業で学んだ日本語を実際の会話で練習できます。

HOST FAMILY – KYOTO (B)

Say goodbye to your hosts and travel to Kyoto for 3 nights accommodation. DAY 7

KYOTO (B)

Explore the city of Kyoto with its many cultural and historical sites or perhaps visit Nara, site of the famous Kofuku-ji and Todai-ji Temples. DAY 8

KYOTO – HIROSHIMA – KYOTO (B)

Board the Shinkansen early for travel to Hiroshima. Places of interest to visit are Miyajima Island, the Peace Memorial Park, A-bomb Dome. Return to Kyoto late afternoon. DAY 9

KYOTO – OSAKA (B)

Board the Haruka for travel to Osaka and change trains to connect to the airport. Evening departure for Australia. DAY 10

AUSTRALIA

Arrive in Australia. Important: • I n order to secure homestay families a minimum of 9 months advance notice is required. Contact your G.E.T Educational Tours consultant as early as possible to discuss your plans.

Option • Make your first night more relaxed by choosing to stay at a Narita Airport hotel

Students report their visit to Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Park and the nearby "A" Bomb Dome as amongst the most memorable of their Japan experiences

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日本語集中訓練コース

JAPAN HOMESTAY & LANGUAGE OPTIONS G.E.T Educational Tours Japan Homestay program offers students a special insight into Japanese society through an intensive cross-cultural experience of daily life, customs and values. Participants are received as a member of the family and are involved in their host's daily activities assuming all responsibilities and privileges. Typical group homestays range from 2 to 4 days with individuals staying up to 4 weeks. Note, participants may not work or attend school except for our language courses or organized school visits. Minimum age for students travelling in a group is 14 years and 18 years for individual travellers.

G·E·T Educational Tours Hiroshima Intensive Language and Cultural Immersion is an academic 15 hour communication course, incorporating hands-on cultural activities with language practice, according to the student’s ability levels. Teachers in Australia are asked prior to the tour to nominate the language level of the students and have the opportunity to provide input into the content of the classes.

Hiroshima Intensive Language and Cultural Immersion

(Hiroshima International Co-operation Centre in conjunction with Hiroshima Prefecture). Designed for senior secondary students, this intensive language and cultural immersion at Higashi Hiroshima offers formal language tuition led by native Japanese teachers aimed at accelerating participants conversational Japanese skills. Lesson plans can be tailored to your specific group. Students simultaneously enjoy a hands-on experience of Japanese culture through partcipating in a number of different activities. The activities available include a tea ceremony, illustrated post card making (etegami), a calligraphy lesson, Katazome dyeing, Japanese paper doll making (washi ningyo), yukata wearing, flower arranging and origami.

Intensive Language Package 5 nights accommodation at the centre 12 hours of lessons Hiroshima and Miyajima Island day tour including coach transfers, entrance fees and English speaking guide School visit including coach transfers

Lake Biwa Sports Centre (approx. 40 minutes from Kyoto)

• 1 night at Biwa Sports Centre, Lake Biwa & 2 nights homestay accommodation for students (in pairs) • Breakfast & dinner daily for students • Teachers accommodated at the Biwa Sports Centre, with breakfast and 1 dinner • School visit, cooking lessons • Cultural activities

Wakayama/Tanabe City Farmstay (approx. 2 hours from Osaka) • • • • • • • • • •

2 nights farm stay accommodation for students 2 nights Ryokan accommodation in Akitsuno Garten for teachers 1 night accommodation at Kawayu Midoriya Ryokan 4 day charter coach Half day English speaking guide on arrival day 3 x full day English speaking guide School visit Taiko mini concert and experience Volunteering maintenance work All meals included

For a detailed itinerary, please contact G•E•T Educational Tours.

3 x cultural activities Return coach transfers: Higashi-Hiroshima – HIC – Higashi-Hiroshima Meals: 5 x breakfasts, 5 x lunches, 5 x dinners

Cultural Package 5 nights accommodation at the centre 6 hours of lessons Hiroshima and Miyajima Island day tour including coach transfers, entrance fees and English speaking guide School visit and Okonomiyaki cooking lesson including coach transfers 3 x cultural activities Return coach transfers: Higashi-Hiroshima – HIC – Higashi-Hiroshima Meals: 5 x breakfasts, 5 x lunches, 5 x dinners Choose one 1 – Cooking Bento (lunch box) and playing traditional Japanese games activity only 2 – Strolling in Takehara and making bamboo windmills 3 – Cooking at an old style Japanese house

Homestay Package 5 nights accommodation at the centre for teachers (meals: 5 x breakfasts, 4 x lunches, 3 x dinners) 3 nights accommodation at the centre for students (meals: 3 x breakfasts, 4 x lunches, 3 x dinners) 2 nights homestay accommodation for students including meals 6 hours of lessons Hiroshima and Miyajima Island day tour including coach transfers, entrance fees and English speaking guide School visit including coach transfers 2 x cultural activities Return coach transfers: Higashi-Hiroshima – HIC – Higashi-Hiroshima

School visits available in Kyoto and Osaka (on application)

Traditional Japanese wedding

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日本で勉強と旅行 日本の現代的なテクノロジーと伝統的な文化と 歴史の独特な組み合わせを体験できるツアー

JAPAN STUDY AND HOLIDAY EXPERIENCE PACKAGE INCLUDES: 99 Return economy airfares ex Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide & Cairns 99 Pre-paid taxes, levies & charges 99 3 nights accommodation at Tokyo Homeikan Ryokan with breakfast 99 5 nights accommodation at Kyoto Utano Youth Hostel with breakfast 99 1 night accommodation at Hakone Sengokuhara Youth Hostel with breakfast 99 Private coach transfer from Narita to Tokyo 99 Half day city tours in Tokyo and Kyoto (seat on coach) 99 2 day Hakone Free Pass (ex Odawara) 99 7 day Ordinary Japan Rail pass 99 Disneyland Passport 99 Meet and greet on arrival in Japan 99 5% consumption tax and service charges in Japan

DAY 1

99 Japan study tour eDiary

AUSTRALIA – TOKYO

Fly from Australia for an early evening arrival at Narita. On arrival, you will be met and escorted to your coach. Transfer to your three nights accommodation in Japan's largest city. DAY 2

99 A complimentary rental phone Prices for this tour can be found on our website - www.getours.com.au

TOKYO (B)

This morning enjoy a guided tour of Tokyo including the Meiji Shrine, drive by the National Diet Building, the Imperial East Garden (on Monday and Friday see the Imperial Palace Plaza in lieu), Asakusa Kannon Temple and Nakamise Shopping Arcade, Ginza. The remainder of the day is for your own exploration. DAY 3

DISNEYLAND (B)

Travel by train to Disneyland and spend a fun day experiencing the rides and attractions. DAY 4

TOKYO – HAKONE NATIONAL PARK (B)

Travel by train to Odawara and exchange your free pass voucher for travel into historical Hakone. With Mt. Fuji in the background and placid Lake Ashi, Hakone is surrounded by scenic mountains and boasts abundant hot springs, zoological gardens and museums. Overnight accommodation at the Hakone Sengokuhara Youth Hostel. DAY 5

HAKONE – KYOTO (B,D)

Depart Hakone and travel to Kyoto. Five nights accommodation in Kyoto. DAY 6

KYOTO (B,D)

This morning enjoy a guided tour of Kyoto including: Nijo Castle, Golden Pavilion, Kyoto Imperial Palace. The remainder of the day is for your own sightseeing. DAY 7

KYOTO (B,D)

Time for your own sightseeing. DAY 8

KYOTO – HIROSHIMA – KYOTO (B,D)

Board the Shinkansen early for travel to Hiroshima. Places of interest to visit are Miyajima Island, the Peace Memorial Park and the A-bomb Dome. Return to Kyoto late afternoon. DAY 9

KYOTO – NARA – KYOTO (B,D)

Today visit Nara, site of the famous Kofuku-ji and Todai-ji Temples. Return to Kyoto this afternoon. DAY 10

KYOTO – OSAKA (B)

Board the Haruka for travel to Osaka and change trains to connect to the airport. Evening departure for Australia. DAY 11

AUSTRALIA

Arrive in Australia.

Experience daily life in Japan with a homestay experience. Families, usually in smaller rural communities outside Tokyo, are carefully selected. Homestays typically include local cultural excursions and a school visit.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

OPTIONS

How do we use a Japan Rail Pass? JR Passes are only available in exchange for a voucher that must be pre-purchased from G•E•T Educational Tours before departure. You will need to provide a copy of each person’s passport (name in the passport and on the voucher must be exactly the same) to a midori-no-madoguchi booking office at any JR station and at the airport on arrival. JR passes are valid for any JR service, including the Shinkansen Bullet train (but not for the Nozomi super express). Should we stay in a ryokan? Ryokans offer students an authentic Japanese experience. Whilst some ryokans are expensive, our experienced educational tour consultants have identified cost effective ryokans - some with en-suite bathrooms. Is Japan expensive? If you shop wisely, it doesn’t have to be. There are "100 Yen" shops all over Japan that stock a vast array of goods including souvenirs and everyday items. Where should we eat out? For lunch, convenience stores feature a range of fresh sandwiches, salads and obento lunchboxes for under $8.00. They will even heat your lunchbox and provide boiling water for 2 minute noodles! For dinner, try an authentic noodle or sushi bar. There are always good value places to eat in the vicinity of rail stations, designed for businessmen to grab a quick dinner before the long commute home and perfect for students. I have never taken a group to Japan before. Will I be okay? The experienced staff at G•E•T Educational Tours have been helping teachers like you take groups to Japan for over 20 years. There are many former teachers in the office who understand exactly what your needs are. We can provide you with ideas for your itinerary, maps for all the places that you will visit and offer suggestions on how best to engage students in their experience. Is it more expensive to use a travel agent? Can’t I just book it myself? Due to our buying power with our suppliers, G•E•T Educational Tours can negotiate the best prices possible. I am not confident that my kanji is good enough to find my away around. When Japan hosted the World Cup soccer in 2002, signs in popular tourist destinations were changed to have romaji readings (additionally, in the teacher’s section of the Japan Tour Study guide, there is a glossary of commonly used kanji). Narita Airport is so far from Tokyo. How will I find my way there? There are a number of options for you, from the Narita Express train, private coach transfer or Limousine Bus service. We can organise any of the above for you. I want my students to do homestay but we haven’t got a sister school. G•E•T Educational Tours have contacts all over Japan. We can organise a homestay in various places across Japan, mostly in traditional rural locations.

Tokyo Options With it’s unsurpassed public transport system it’s easy for student groups to visit major Tokyo highlights including the Tokyo Fish Market, a sumo stable, Tokyo Tower, Asakusa, Akihabara (Electric City), the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Tokyo Water Cruise (Asakusa - Hinode Pier) and visit the Tokyo Fire Department’s Earthquake Simulator (Ikebukuro). Optional activities can be organised • • • • • •

Geisha in Tokyo Ghibli Museum Tokyo morning or afternoon tour Mount Fuji day tour including lunch Tokyo Dome Sumo morning practice

Kyoto & Osaka Options The relatively compact size of Kyoto and easy-to-understand street layout makes it easy for groups to make their own arrangements for sightseeing including its many magnificent temples, Nara (by local train), Gion Corner and even venture out of town to Himeji Castle (by train). Optional activities can be organised • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Kyoto morning tour Kyoto special night tour including dinner Activities at Kyoto Handicrafts Centre Tea ceremony, kimono wearing & origami making Sushi making Nishijin Textile Centre (Kimono wearing/hand weaving) Hozugawa River ride Toei Eiga mura - Kyoto studio park Aquarium in Osaka Universal Studios Fan painting Kyoto International Manga Museum Bike riding tours

Hiroshima & Miyajima Options • • • • •

Testimony from an "A" bomb survivor Lantern floating on the Ohta River Okonomiyaki cooking lesson Momiji making Kayaking

Mount Koya (Koyasan) • 2 days/1 night including traditional temple with breakfast & vegetarian dinner • Koyosan World Heritage ticket • English speaking guide (2 days)

Takayama & Gokayama Options • • • •

3 days/2 nights Ryokan accommodation with breakfast & dinner daily Full day excursion to Shirakawa-go by private coach Entry to Wade and Nagase house English speaking guide

From mega-cities to historic monuments, students will increase their confidence and motivation with their Japanese-speaking ability as they experience the culture and diversity of Japan

Tokyo is more than a mega-city with outstanding cultural icons such as the Meiji Shrine

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Travel with confidence on a G·E·T Educational Tours 'Living Lesson'

99 G.E.T Educational Tours assists schools to meet departmental or system requirements recognising required supervision and pupil teacher ratios, and the carrying capacity of coaches

99 We are committed to providing factual, accurate and educationally aware information 99 We regularly review and update our services and programs and offer a service quality commitment that

99 We adhere to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations including safety and security advice for

means students, teachers and parents can have total confidence in the booking process and when you

our outbound tours strictly based on Department of Foreign Affairs travel advisories

are travelling

99 All groups protected by our code-of-ethics and the requirements of professional organisations including

99 We assist with departures, planning, pre-tour briefings and any required documentation including visas,

IATA, CATO, AFTA and WYSTC. As members of the Travel Compensation Fund (TCF) we hold all client monies in a trust account.

passports and travel insurance 99 G.E.T Educational Tours adheres to Australia’s privacy legislation (policy available on request)

Booking Conditions • Prices are not final until full payment is received • Amendment & cancellation fees and charges will apply • Student & escort/s names must be exactly the same as the passenger’s passport Once we have confirmed your itinerary, G•E•T Educational Tours will make payments on your behalf which may incur cancellation and other charges, which we will pass on to you. Prices Prices are based on your quoted itinerary including economy class airfares, multi-share accommodation and return airport transfers as indicated in your personalised itinerary. We will amend the price to reflect our costs at the time you request a quote. Pre-payable charges including Australian Departure Tax, airport charges, insurance levies and fuel surcharges are included in the total package price. There may also be additional foreign taxes. The tour price does not include the cost of travelling to or from departure and arrival ports, passport and re-entry fees, visa fees, travel insurance, personal expenses and excess baggage charges. When comparing prices, we advise that you ensure that airport transfers and other standard G•E•T Educational Tours inclusions are included in the comparative price. •

Airline fares, hotel rates, ground operators' charges and exchange rates are subject to change without notice at any time prior to full payment.

Statutory charges and levies are subject to change at any time without notice.

All prices are subject to flight schedules.

Airlines may amend fuel surcharges at any time prior to departure.

Deposits & Payments A non refundable deposit is payable to confirm your reservation with full payment required 65 days prior to departure. Bookings may be automatically cancelled if payment is not received. Changes & Amendments If you change your booking 3 months prior to departure we will charge a $110 amendment fee for each change plus any additional prepayable taxes, levies or charges. Requests for an individual to travel outside the group’s designated dates will incur an additional charge of $110 per person plus any charges that our suppliers may make. As prices are indicative only, details of particular tours or hotels in our brochures may have changed since publication date. Cancellations & Refunds A cancellation fee equal to the deposit paid, will apply until 65 days prior to departure. Bookings cancelled within 65 days of departure will be charged a fee equal to 100% of the land content price. • •

All verbal quotes are only an estimate of the price and written quotes are indicative with final price subject to advice on full payment and receipt of a signed G•E•T Educational Tours booking form. Passport & Visa Requirements Your passport and visas are not our responsibility and we are not liable for any loss or expenses caused by your failure to comply with these requirements. Flight reservations cannot be made without passenger names. You must, at the time of booking, advise the correct names of all passengers including students and escorts. It is vital that these conform exactly to the name in each passenger’s passport. Name changes after tickets have been issued will result in the issue of new tickets and vouchers and incur amendment charges and may require a higher airfare to be paid. G•E•T Educational Tours can accept no responsibility for any additional charges, or inability to travel as a result of incorrect notification of passenger names.

Airlines, ground handling companies, hotels, hostels, homestay accommodation operators, restaurants and tour operators may impose additional cancellation fees within 65 days of departure. Airline discount booking classes are subject to cancellation fees at any time following confirmation.

We will not refund any unused part of your itinerary including accommodation, transfers, tours, and airfares. Airline refunds following cancellation will be made when the airline completes the refund transaction (this may be in excess of 60 days). The price of your tour is not guaranteed until full payment has been received. Travel Insurance It is a condition of travelling on our international tours that students and escorts are fully covered by comprehensive travel insurance. This should be valid for the full duration of your itinerary. G•E•T Educational Tours offers suitable travel insurance for this tour. Luggage Free luggage allowances will be strictly enforced with excess baggage carried by airlines at their discretion and at passengers own expense. Note most full service airlines offer a 20kg free baggage allowance. Some low cost airlines may offer a lower allowance or levy an additional charge for baggage.

Law of Contract G•E•T Educational Tours and its suppliers, including airlines, do not accept liability in contract or in tort (actionable wrong) for any injury, damage, loss, delay, additional expense or inconvenience caused directly, or indirectly by force majeure or other events beyond our control, or which are not preventable by reasonable diligence on its part including, but not limited to, war, civil disturbance, fire, flood, unusually severe weather, acts of God, acts of Government or other authorities, accident to or failure of machinery or equipment, or industrial action (whether or not involving its employees and even though such action may be settled by acceding to the demands of a labour group). G•E•T Educational Tours cannot accept responsibility for subsequent changes or withdrawal of prices, details or services which are subject to change without notice. This contract is governed by the law of the State of Victoria.

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Japan 2014-2015  

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