Taste of Hokkaido Japan for 6Days & 5Nights!!

Taste Of Hokkaido Japan For 6days & 5nights!!

Enjoy the fascinating Japan! The best place for unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, and dining! With Hotel accommodation, Tours, Meals and Transfers!

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Travel Insurance (5-7 Days)

Benefits
Accidental Death 500,000.00
Permanent Disability 500,000.00
Reimbursable Medical Expenses & Hospitalization 250,000.00
   
INNER LIMITS of Medical Expenses INNER LIMITS
   
   
Weekly Hospital Income(up to 2 weeks) 3,500.00
Trip Cancellation 20,000.00
Trip Termination 20,000.00
Baggage Delay - minimum of 6 hours 5,000.00
Baggage Loss / Damage - Airline and other checked in items 10,000.00
Loss of Travel Documents Replacement 5,000.00
Flight Delay - (12 hours) - outbound and inbound 5,000.00
Funeral & Burial Assitance 10,000.00

* MEDICAL COVERAGE SUBJECT TO INNER LIMITS

* VALID FOR 1 TO 75 YEARS OLD.

* FOR FLIGHT & BAGGAGE DELAY - MUST BE AT LEAST 12 HOURS.

Age Coverage: 6 to 75 years old with additional Premium for the following: 60 to 65 years old + PHP 500.00 / 66 to 75 years old + PHP 1,000.00

 

FEDERAL PHOENIX ASSURANCE CORPORATION INC.

SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS

DEFINITION OF TERMS

"Accident"  shall mean an event of violent,  accidental,  external  and visible nature, which shall independently  of any other cause of bodily injury.

“Age Limit” shall mean Insured persons from 1 to 75 years of age. “Beneficiary”  shall  mean  the  recipient  of the  proceeds  of the  Insurance.

This would include the Insured Person himself, the estate of the Insured or

his legal heirs.

"Illnesses"   shall  mean  a  physical   condition   marked   by  a  pathological deviation from the normal healthy state.

"Injury"  shall mean bodily injury caused by force or violent, external  and visible means.

"Hospital"    shall   mean   only   an establishment    duly   constituted    and registered   as  hospital   for  the  care  and  treatment   of  sick  and  injured persons,  as bed-paying  patients,  and which 

 i) has facilities  for diagnosis and  major   surgery,   ii)  provides   24  hours   a  day  nursing   services   by registered  graduate  nurses,

iii) is under the supervision  of a physician,  and iv)  is  not  primarily  a  nature  cure  clinic,  a  place  for  alcoholics  or  drug addict,  a nursing,  rest  or convalescent  home  or similar  establishment,  or home for the aged.

"Physician"  or "Surgeon"  shall mean only a person qualified  by degree in Western   Medicine   and  legally   licensed   and  duly  qualified   to  practice medicine and surgery authorized  in the geographical  area of his practice.

"Surgical  Fees"  shall  mean  all of the  fees  payable  to Surgeon(s)  for  the operations   performed   including   the  surgeons  visits  to  the  patient,  pre- surgical assessment  and normal post surgical care up to a maximum  of 90 days from the date of operation or discharge from the hospital.

"Schedule"   shall  mean  the  Policy  Schedule   enumerating   the  benefits, which is attached to and forming part of this Policy.

"Pre-Existing   Illness"  shall  mean  any  medical  condition  for  which  the insured  received  treatment  or have  been  diagnosed  within  six (6) months prior to the commencement of the policy.

"Policy"  shall mean  this agreement  all schedule  riders  endorsements  and any amendments signed by an Authorized Officer of the Company, the application  (if  any)  of  the  Insured  and  any  individual  health  declaration form  or  any  other  form  signed  by  the  Insured  Person  or  the  Insured constituting  the entire contract.

"Permanent  total disablement"  shall mean disablement  (other  than loss of or loss of use of limbs or loss of sight, speech  or hearing),  which entirely prevents  the Insured  from  attaching  to any occupation,  or profession  and having lasted for a continuous  period of 12 months and beyond reasonable hope of improvement.

“Public  Transport”  shall mean  any jeep, bus, ship and train provided  and operated by a carrier duly licensed for regular transportation  of fare-paying passengers;  any aircraft  provided  and operated by an airline duly licensed for   the   transportation   of   fare-paying    passengers   and   operating only between  established  commercial  airports  or published  schedule  routes and any regularly scheduled airport.

"Total loss of sight" shall mean medically certified total and permanent irrevocable loss of the sense of sight resulting from accidental injury.

"Loss of hearing  and Loss of speech"  shall mean medically  certified  total and permanently irrevocable loss of hearing and speech resulting from accidental bodily injury.

SECTION  I – PERSONAL  ACCIDENT

In the event that during the Period of Insurance  the Insured Person sustains accidental  bodily  injury and such  injury  shall within  12 months  from  the date of accident solely and independently  of  any other causes result in the Insured’s  Death  or  Disablement,  The  Company  will  pay  the  benefits as shown below;

Eligibility  – All Insured individual within age 1 year old to 75 years old. Children  from  age  1  year  to 17  years  old  must  be  accompanied   by  a parent/guardian during  the duration  of the ourney.  For ages 1 year to 17 and 70 to 75 years bracket, the benefits under Section I is reduced by 50% of the Schedule of Benefits.

BENEFITS  PERCENTAGE OF SUM INSURED

1.DEATH                                           100%

2. PERMANENT TOTAL DISABLEMENT   100%

3. PERMANENT DISABLEMENT resulting to

Loss of one or more limbs                    100%

Total Paralysis                                    100%

Total loss of sight of one or both eyes   100%

Total loss of speech and hearing          100%

Loss of hearing in both ears                  50%

Loss of hearing in one ear                    25%

Loss of speech                                    50%

Permanent  total loss of use of limb shall be treated as loss of limb.  Where the injury is not specified  above, the Company  will adopt a percentage  of disablement,   which   in  its  opinion   is  not  inconsistent   with  the  above provisions.

The Company shall not be liable to pay in respect of items together more than 100% of the Principal Sum in respect of the same accident or in any one Period of Insurance.

ACCUMULATION LIMIT

The Known  Accumulation  Limit is the maximum  payable  in the event of anyone accident or catastrophic  loss, the benefits payable by Company  for any  occurrence  shall  not exceed  the  amount  specified  in the  schedule  of this Policy and in no case shall the amount specified in the Policy Schedule exceeds the maximum  limit of Php 50,000,000  per anyone occurrence.   In the event of catastrophic  loss the amount  payable  shall be proportionately shared by the persons covered in the policy.

EXTENSIONS:

Exposure and Disappearance

In the event  the insured  is unavoidably  exposed  to the elements  and as a result  suffers  a loss for which  a benefit  is otherwise  payable,  such  a loss will be covered  under the policy.   In the event the Insured’s  body has not been found within two (2) years after the date of disappearance,  sinking or wrecking  of the aircraft or any other conveyance  in which the Insured was travelling  in and it is reasonable  to believe  that the Insured  has died as a result  of  bodily  injury  caused  by  an  accident,  the  Death  benefit  shall become  payable  to a signed  undertaking  that if this belief is subsequently found to be wrong, such benefit shall be refunded to the Company.

Drowning  and Suffocation

Accidental  bodily injury sustained  as a result of drowning  and suffocation by  poisonous  fumes,  gas  or  smoke  will  be  covered  provided  that  such injury did dot arise out of or in connection  with the Insured’s  own willful or intentional  act.

Murder or Assault

Accidental  bodily injury sustained  as a direct result of the Insured being a victim  of murder  or assault  will be covered  provided  that such injury  d id not arise  out of or in connection  with  the Insured’s  own  participation  or provocation  of any such act.

Riot and Civil Commotion

Accidental   bodily  sustained   as  a  direct  result  of  strike,  riot  and  civil commotion   will  be  covered  provided  that  the  Insured  is  not  an  active participant  or a direct participant  of such activities.

SECTION  II – MEDICAL  REIMBURSEMENT

The  Company  shall  indemnify  the  Insured  for  all  medical  and  surgical fees,  hospital  and  emergency  dental  expenses  incurred  as a result  of any accident  and illness occurring  wholly during the Period of Insurance  up to the inner limits specified below.

Inner Limits:

Hospital Room and Board (15 days)  500/day
Miscellaneous                                 10,000
Surgical Fee                                   20,000
Doctors Visit (15 days)                    375/day
Out-patient                                     4,300

Treatment   and/or  consultation   for  the  same  or  related  illness  shall  not entitle  the insured  person  for a new benefit  amount  unless  such treatment and/or consultation  is separated  by at least two (2) weeks, and such illness occurred during the travel period.

SECTION  III – BURIAL  ASSISTANCE

In  the  event  that  during  the  Period  of  Insurance   the  Insured   sustains accidental  bodily injury resulting  to death, the Company  will pay for a fix amount  as  financial  assistance   up  to  the  maximum   limit  stated  in  the Policy Schedule.

 SECTION  IV – TRIP CANCELLATION

The  Company   will  pay  the  Insured   up  to  the  limit  specified   in  the Schedule,   the  forfeited   and  non-refundable  portion   of  all  travel  costs invoiced to and paid by the insured in advance including travel agent’s cancellation  fee should the trip be cancelled  within 30 days before the date of commencement of the trip due to;

-     Death,  serious  injury  or serious  illness  of the Insured,  his/her  spouse, children, parents, parents-in-law, sisters, brothers or grandparents.

-     Occurrence   or  outbreak   of  strike,  riot,  civil  commotion   or  similar occurrence.

Exclusion

1. The  Company  will  not  pay  for  any  loss  recoverable  from  any  other sources  including  government  programs,  insurance  schemes,  airlines, hotels and travel agencies.

SECTION  V – TRIP CURTAILMENT

The Company will pay the Insured up to the limit specified in the Schedule the pro-rata amount, if the journey is cut short and the insured has to return to the place of residence  as a result of the insured having sustained  serious injury or illness  or death, serious  injury or serious  illness  of the insured’s spouse, children, parents, sisters, brothers, parents –in law or grandparents.

In  the  event  that  compensation  under  this  Section  is also  payable  under Section  IV, any amount so paid shall be deducted  from any compensation payable under this Section IV.

SECTION  VI – FLIGHT DELAY

When  the  departure  of  the  means  of  public  transport  contracted  by  the insured be delayed  for more than 12 consecutive  hours from the departure time  specified  in the itinerary  due to events  that is uncontrollable  by the insured,  the Company  subject  to the limit specified  in the Schedule,  shall reimburse  any additional  expenses  for transport  and hotel accommodation including meals, reasonably incurred as a result of such delay.

SECTION  VII – BAGGAGE  DELAY

The  Company   will  pay,   subject   to  the  limit   specified   in  the  Policy Schedule,  for expenses  incurred  by the Insured for the purchase  of articles such  as clothing,  personal  effects  and  other  necessities  as a result  of the checked-in  baggage  accompanying  the Insured  being delayed,  misdirected or  temporarily   misplaced   by  the  carrier  for  more  than  12  hours.    The maximum  amount  payable  for each article  shall not exceed  Php2,  500.00 and no compensation  will  be payable  under  this section  should  the same event be covered under Section VIII.

SECTION  VIII – BAGGAGE  LOSS/DAMAGE

The Company  will pay subject to the limit specified in the Policy Schedule for accidental  loss or damage sustained to baggage subject to the following conditions:

-         No one article or pair/set  of articles  shall exceed  Php2,500.00  up to the limit of the policy schedule.

-         In  respect  of  articles  in  pair  or  set,  the  Company  shall  only  be liable for the value of that part which have been lost or damaged.

-         The  Company  may  make  payment  in  cash  or  may  reinstate  or repair   the   articles    loss   or   damaged,    subject    to   reasonable allowance for depreciation.

-         The Insured must take reasonable  steps to safeguard  their baggage from loss or damage.

-         Any  losses  arising  from  theft  or robbery  must  be reported  to the police within 24 hours at the place of theft or robbery.

In addition  to the Exclusions  enumerated  in the policy jacket, no payment shall be made in respect of:

-     Loss or damage to crockery,  china, glass, antiques, artifacts, paintings, works of art, musical instruments, skis, contact or corneal lenses, manuscripts   or  documents   of  any  kind  and  description,   jewelries, medals,     coins,     securities,     computers     including     software     and accessories,  business goods or samples, data recorded or tapes, discs or otherwise.

-     Loss  or  damage  due  to  wear  and  tear,  gradual  deterioration,   insect, vermin,  inherent  vice,  mechanical  or electrical  breakdown  or derangement,  any process of cleaning restoration,  or renovating.

-     Loss  or  damage  due  to  confiscation,   nationalization,  requisition   or destruction  by any government,  public, municipal or local authority.

-     Loss  to  baggage  sent  in  advance,  mailed  or  shipped  separately,  left unattended  in any public  place  or as a result  of the insured  failing  to take necessary precautions  to safeguard his property.

-     Loss  of cash,  currency  notes,  stamps,  bonds,  negotiable  instruments, deeds,  securities  of  any  kind,  cheques,  postal  or  money  orders  and travel documents.

In the event that the baggage  is recovered,  the insured,  if already  paid, is under   obligation   to  return   the  compensation   received   for  the  loss  in accordance  with the Policy.

SECTION  IX – DAILY HOSPITAL CONFINEMENT ALLOWANCE

In  the  event  that  the  Insured  is  admitted  to  a  hospital  or  any  medical facility   due   to   accidental   bodily   injury   or   sickness   sustained   whilst travelling  outside his usual place of residence,  the Company  will pay a fix allowance  specified in the schedule for every day of hospitalization  up to a maximum  of 2 weeks.

Exclusions:

-         Treatment or aid obtained in the place of residence of the Insured.

-         Surgery  or medical  treatment  which  in the reasonable  opinion  of the  medical  practitioner   treating  the  Insured,  can  be  reasonably delayed until the return to the place of residence.

SECTION  X - LOSS OF TRAVEL  DOCUMENTS

Pays  for  the  transportation   and  communication  expenses   necessary   in getting  a replacement  of lost passport  and travel tickets including  the cost of such  replacement,  up to the  maximum  limit  stated  in the  Schedule  of Benefits.

EXCLUSIONS

 1. No claim   shall  be  payable   hereunder   in  respect   of  death,   loss  or disablement,  fee, charge of expense incurred as a result of bodily injury:

a) If the Insured Person is under One year (1) or over 75 years of age

b) Cause   or   accelerated   by   or   traceable   to   any   pre-existing physical defects or infirmity

c) If Insured  Person  is traveling  against  the advice  of a Medical Practitioner  or for the purpose of obtaining treatment

d) Caused by intentional  self injury, suicide or attempt thereat

e) Caused by pregnancy,  childbirth or their complications

f) Arising from insanity, depression  or anxiety, mental or nervous disorder

g) Resulting  from war, invasions,  act of foreign enemy, hostilities or warlike operations  (whether war be declared or not), mutiny, riot, civil commotion, strike, civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection,  conspiracy,  military  or usurp  power,  martial  law or state of siege, seizure, quarantine,  or customs regulations,  or nationalization   by  or  under  the  order  of  the  government   or public   or   local   authority,    or   any   weapon   or   instrument employing  automatic  fission  or  radioactive  force,  whether  in time of peace or war.

h) Act of terrorism  including  but not limited to the use of force or violence  and/or the threat thereof, of any person or group(s)  of persons,  whether  acting  alone or on behalf of or in connection with   any   organization(s)   or   government(s),   committed   for political,  religious,  ideological,  or  similar  purposes  including the  intention  to  influence  any  government   and/or  to  put  the public, or any section of the in fear.

i) Any loss, damage, cost, or expense directly or indirectly arising out  of  (a)  biological  or  chemical  contamination   (b)  missiles, bombs, grenades or explosives  due to any act of terrorism

j) While  the Policyholder  is serving  in the Arm ed Forces  of any country or international  authority,  whether in peace or war; and in   such   an   event   the   Company,   upon   application   of   the Policyholder,  shall  return  the  pro  rata  premium  for  any  such period of service.

k)  Any  loss  or  expense   in  which   a  proximate   cause  was  the Policyholder's  attempted  commission  of or willful participation in any crime  punishable  under  the Revised  Penal  Code  of the Philippines  except crimes or reckless imprudence  as defined by Article  365 or under  similar  laws of any country  in which  the crime was attempted, or resistance to lawful arrest.

l) Consequent   upon  Insured  Person  engaging  in  racing  of  any kind,   mountaineering,   winter   sports,   exploring,    big   game hunting,   or  any  hazardous   undertaking   connected   with   his profession or occupation  or otherwise.

2. NUCLEAR EXCLUSION CLAUSE

a) This policy does not cover:-

i) Loss or destruction  of, or damage to any property whatsoever  or any loss  or expense whatsoever  resulting  or arising  there  from,  or any consequent  loss;

ii) Any   legal   liability   of  whatsoever   nature,   directly   or  indirectly caused by, contributed to or arising from ionizing radiation or contamination  by radioactivity  from  any  nuclear  fuel,  or from  any nuclear  waste from combustion  of nuclear  fuel. For the purpose  of this  exclusion   only combustion   shall  include  any  self-sustaining process of nuclear fission.

b) The indemnity provided by this policy shall not apply to nor include any loss, destruction,  damage or legal liability directly or indirectly  caused by, contributed  to, by, or arising from nuclear weapon material.

WELCOME TO HOKKAIDO JAPAN!

Hokkaido! The northernmost main island of Japan, known for volcanoes, natural hot springs and ski resorts.

Its weather is harsh in winter with lots of snowfall, below zero temperature and frozen seas, while in summer it does not get as hot and humid as in the other parts of the country.

With its unspoiled nature, Hokkaido attracts many outdoor lovers, including skiers and snowboarders in the colder seasons and hikers, cyclists and campers from June to September.

Inclusions

  • Round Trip Airfare via Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines
  • 6 Days and 5 Nights Hotel Accommodation*
  • Tours and Admission Fees
  • RoundTrip Airport - HotelTransfer
  • Meals (5 Breakfast / 4 Lunch / 5 Dinner)
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Japan Souvenir Item per person
  • Visa Processing Fee
  • Travel Insurance (for 6-70 years old only)
  • Airline, Fuel and Hotel Surcharges
  • Philippine Travel Tax

TOUR HIGLIGHTS

  • Odori Park
  • Old Government Building
  • Clock Tower
  • Shiroi Koibito Factory
  • Ramen Village
  • Asahiyama Zoo
  • Furano Marche Shopping
  • Ningle Terrace
  • Otaru Canal
  • Music Box Museum
  • Kitaichi Glass Factory
  • Aeon Mall Otaru Shopping
  • Noboribetsu Jigokudani Boiling Valley
  • Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura Samurai Village
  • Lake Toya photo stop (if via NH)
  • Mt Hakodate with Ropeway
  • Goryokaku Tower
  • Bugyosho and Pole Star Shopping (if via NH)
  • Shisui Outlet Mall (if via JL) Summer/Autumn only
  • Ginga Ryusei No Tako Gorge
  • Biei Flower Fields
  • Tomita Farm Winter only
  • Shikisai no Oka
  • Furano Cheese Factory

*In case the preferred hotel is not available, you will be transferred to similar class or different class subject to applicable rate difference.

Itinerary

DAY 1: NARITA - CHITOSE ARRIVAL - SAPPORO (Dinner)

Upon arrival at Narita Airport you will be taking the Domestic Flight to Chitose Airport on your own. After your arrival in Chitose Airport, meet your English speaking guide. Transfer to Sapporo, check in at the hotel and have bento box dinner.

DAY 2: SAPPORO - ASAHIKAWA - SOUNKYO (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

After breakfast inside the hotel, check out. Proceed to your Sapporo City Tour, it includes visit to Odori Park, which is the heart of Sapporo's festival life and the center of city outdoor activity. Visit also the Old Government Building which is also known as the "Red Brick" because it is literally made of thousands of red bricks, then the Clock Tower, known by many as the symbol of the city. The tower houses a museum introducing the history of the Agricultural College and the development of Sapporo. Then proceed to Shiroi Kobito Park, the park consists of a free area with a shop, cafe and restaurant and a paid area with various chocolate related exhibits and, most interestingly, a few large windows through which visitors can observe the cookie production process in the factory. Transfer to Asahikawa, a cash refund will be given for your lunch at the Ramen Village which gives you 8 of Asahikawa's most well known ramen shops in one location. Next proceed to Asahiyama Zoo, which is home to 700 animals of 124 different species, including animals that live in cold regions, such as polar bears, Amur leopards, and Scops owls and penguins. Transfer to Ginga Ryusei No Tako Gorge, a set of twin waterfalls with magnificent view. These falls are collectively referred to in Japanese as Meoto Taki (lit. "husband-and-wife falls"), with Ryusei no Taki as the husband and Ginga no Taki as the wife, and are listed among Japan's top 100 waterfalls. After, transfer to Ryokan hotel in Sounkyo. Dinner will be served inside the hotel.

DAY 3: SOUNKYO - BIEI - FURANO (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

After breakfast inyour hotel, check out. Transfer to Furano enroute Biei.
*During Summer/Autumn, enjoy along the way a view of the famous Biei Flower Fields which includes different kinds of flowers like lavender, lupinus, cosmos, and sunflower bloom one after another as the season turns then have lunch at a local restaurant. Next, proceed to Tomita Farm where you can see giant fields of lavender and other colourful crops such as tulips depending on flower season. Then visit Kaze No Garden for a photo stop. Be mesmerized by the beautiful and calming sight of 365 kinds of flowers blooming all year round and it has been a shooting place for TV dramas.

*During Winter, proceed to Shikisai-no-Oka for a half day snow play experience such as SLED and TUBING. (INCLUSION: Snow boots, snow wears and gloves except for goggles and beanie). You may also try banana boat ride (with additional cost). After lunch at a local restaurant, transfer to Furano Cheese Factory.

Next visit Furano Marche for free time shopping, where you can buy their local products. Also, have time to see Ningle Terrace, an impressive collection of boutique cottages, housing specialty arts and crafts. Enjoy watching the locals sitting in their shops and making their products as you wander around the shops. Don't miss to taste the famous Furano Bake Milk. Lastly, transfer to your hotel in Furano for an overnight stay. Dinner will be served inside the hotel.

DAY 4: FURANO - OTARU - NOBORIBETSU (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

After breakfast at your hotel, check out then transfer to Otaru. Visit Otaru Canal, one of the famous sights in the city and has been developed as a walkway. It is lit at night by gas lamps and walkway lights. Next, visit Music Box Museum, one of the largest museum shops of music boxes, orgel, in Japan. The beautiful century-old building, designated as one of historic landmarks of Otaru City, is full of music boxes in various sizes and types. Visit also Kitaichi Glass Factory, you will be fascinated by glass tableware, accessories and art works of high quality and enjoy the gentle warmth and delicacy which can be created only by skilled craftsmen. If time permits, visit Aeon Mall Otaru for shopping. Transfer to Noboribetsu and check-in at your ryokan hotel for an overnight stay. Dinner will be inside the hotel.

DAY 5: NOBORIBETSU - TOYA - HAKODATE (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

After breakfast at your hotel, check-out and start your Noboribetsu City Tour, visit Noboribetsu Jigokudani Hell Valley and Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura Samurai Village, a history theme park highlighting the Edo Period.

Via NH: After lunch at a local restaurant, proceed for a short photo stop at Lake Toya, an ice-free lake. It never freezes, even in winter when the temperature falls quite drastically. Transfer to Hakodate and visit Mt. Hakodate, which includes one way ropeway. Have an amazing view of Hakodate, which is very famous and considered to be not only one of Japan's most awesome night views, but also in the world. Dinner will be served at a local restaurant. Transfer to hotel and check-in.

Via JL: After lunch at a local restaurant, transfer to Hakodate and visit Mt. Hakodate. Next visit Goryokaku Tower Observatory and Hakodate Bugyosho. Dinner will be served at a local restaurant. Transfer to hotel and check in.

DAY 6: HAKODATE - HANEDA - NARITA DEPARTURE (Breakfast)

Breakfast in your hotel then check out.

Via NH: Transfer to Goryokaku. Visit Goryokaku Tower Observatory, which commands a panoramic view of the fort, you can not only see the beautiful star-shaped fort but also Mt. Hakodate, Tsugaru Strait and the Yokotsu mountain range. Visit Hakodate Bugyosho where you can find the Red Brick Warehouse and Western Style Mansions. Lunch will be on your own arrangement. If time permits, transfer to Pole Star for last minute shopping. Lastly, transfer to Hakodate Airport for your flight to Haneda. Upon arrival at Haneda Airport, meet your assistant who will take you to Narita Airport for your flight back to Manila.

Via JL: Transfer to Hakodate Airport for your flight to Haneda. Upon arrival at Haneda Airport, meet your assistant who will take you to Shisui Outlet Mall for last minute shopping. Lunch will be on your own arrangement. Lastly, transfer to Narita Airport for your return flight.

Note: Itinerary is subject to change due to local weather condition.

HOKKAIDO JAPAN HOTEL

Location Address : HOKKAIDO JAPAN

Sapporo: Keio Plaza Hotel Sapporo 4* or similar class
Location: 2-1 North 5 West 7,Chuou-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, 060-0005, Japan

Keio Plaza Hotel Sapporo is located in central Sapporo, a 5-minute walk from JR Sapporo Station. It offers modern accommodation with 7 dining options, an indoor pool and rooms with free Wi-Fi.

Featuring views of the city, Ambrosia Restaurant serves a variety of French cuisine. Japanese dishes can be enjoyed at Japanese Dining Miyama and Hokkaido Specialities restaurant. Drinks can be found at the Cross Vault Bar.

HOTEL FEATURES
Free WiFi
5 restaurants
Indoor pool
Ski storage
Fitness center
Self parking
Massage/treatment rooms
19 meeting rooms
Airport shuttle
24-hour front desk
Air conditioning

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS
Heart of Sapporo
Sapporo JR Tower (5-minute walk)
Former Hokkaido Government Office Building (5-minute walk)
Odori Park (8-minute walk)
Sapporo Beer Museum (21-minute walk)
Clock Tower (11-minute walk)


Sounkyo: Sounkaku Grand Hotel 3* or similar class
Location: 32 Chuou-chou, Kamikawa, Hokkaido, 078-1741, Japan

A 5-minute walk from Sounkyo Bus Terminal, Sounkaku Grand Hotel features hot spring baths, a sauna and 4 restaurants. It offers Japanese-style accommodation, karaoke and massage treatments. Free Wi-Fi is provided at the lobby.

Sounkaku Grand Hotel is around a 10-minute drive both from the spectacular canyon views of Obako, and from Ryuusei-no-Taki Waterfalls.

This property is also rated for the best value in Kamikawa! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

HOTEL FEATURES
Free WiFi in lobby
4 restaurants
Hot springs
24-hour front desk
Air conditioning
Daily housekeeping
Rollaway/extra beds (free)

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS
In Sounkyo
Daisetsuzankurodake Ski Area (6-minute walk)
Ginga no Taki Falls (23-minute walk)


Furano: Furano Prince Hotel 3* or similar class
Location: 18-6 Kitanomine-machi, Furano, Hokkaido, 076-0034, Japan

Prince Hotel Furano offers a bar, a public bath and an on-site shop. Laundry services, luggage storage and a shared lounge are also provided. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including skiing and tennis. At a discounted price, guests can also use the hot spring baths, sauna and massage salon of New Furano Prince Hotel, located just a 10-minute drive away.

Furano Prince Golf Resorts is located a 30-minute drive away, while Kitanomine Terminal Station on the Furano Ropeway is located a 10-minue walk away.

HOTEL FEATURES
Free parking
Ski-in/ski-out access
2 restaurants
Breakfast available
Spa tub
Ski rentals
2 outdoor tennis courts
Airport shuttle
Front desk safe
Convenience store
Self-serve laundry
Meeting room

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS
Prince Snow Resort Furano (2-minute walk)
Asahigaoka Sogotoshi Park (9-minute walk)
Garden of Wind (14-minute walk)
Furano Shrine (23-minute walk)
Furano Ski Resort (23-minute walk)


Noboribetsu: Noboribetsu Manseikaku 3* or similar class
Location: 21, Noboribetsu-onsen, Noboribetsu, Hokkaido, 059-0551, Japan

Just a 15-minute walk from Hokkaido’s Jigokudani Valley, Noboribetsu Manseikaku features an indoor pool, hot-spring baths and Japanese and buffet restaurants. Rooms have a tea maker and private bathroom.

The hotel is a 1-minute walk from Noboribetsu Onsen Bus Terminal, which is a 15-minute bus ride from JR Noboribetsu Train Station. Noboribetsu Kuma-Bokujo (Bear Park) and Noboribetsu Marine Park are both 7 km away. A 90-minute shuttle bus to Sapporo is offered by the property.

HOTEL FEATURES
Free WiFi in lobby and free parking
3 restaurants
Indoor pool and 4 spa tubs
Hot springs
Fitness center
Area shuttle
Air conditioning
Arcade/game room
Gift shops/newsstands
Luggage storage
Tour/ticket assistance

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS
Noboribetsu Bear Park (5-minute walk)
Noboribetsu Hot Spring (11-minute walk)
Date Jidaimura (2.6 mi / 4.2 km)
Noboribetsu Marine Park Nixe (4.3 mi / 7 km)


Hakodate: Hakodate Kokusai Hotel 3* or similar class
Location: 5-10 Otemachi, Hakodate, Hokkaido, 040-0064, Japan

A 7-minute walk from JR Hakodate Train Station, Hakodate Kokusai Hotel's West Wing offers a coastal view, while the East Wing offers a view of Hakodate City. It features massage services and free in-room wired internet access.

The hotel is 300 m from Shiyakushomae Tram Station, and 500 m from the Morning Market. Mount Hakodate Ropeway and the Motomachi area are 1.5 km away. The Kanemori Red Brick Warehouses are a 10-minute walk. Bicycles can be rented.

This property is also rated for the best value in Hakodate! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

HOTEL FEATURES
Free WiFi
3 restaurants
Breakfast available
Self parking
10 meeting rooms
Airport shuttle
Front desk safe
Laundry service
Conference space
Multilingual staff
Gift shops/newsstands
Wedding services

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS
Hakodate Seikan Renrakusen Memorial Museum Mashumaru (5-minute walk)
Ekini Fish Market (5-minute walk)
Kanemori Red Brick Warehouse (5-minute walk)
Hakodate Takadaya Kahei Museum (6-minute walk)
Hakodate City Office (8-minute walk)

HOKKAIDO JAPAN

Hokkaido, the northernmost of Japan's main islands, is known for volcanoes, natural hot springs and ski resorts. National parks include rugged Daisetsuzan, home to steaming, volcanic Mt. Asahi, and Shikotsu-Tya park, containing caldera lakes, geothermal springs and Mt. Fuji look-alike Mt. Yotei. Rusutsu, Furano and Niseko are popular ski destinations, with Niseko also offering fishing, biking and rafting in the summer.

ODORI PARK

Odori Park is a park located in the heart of Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. dri means "large street" in Japanese. It stretches east to west through Nishi 1 chme, dri to Nishi 12 chme, dri, and divides the city into north and south sections. Odori Park spans about 1.5km and covers 78,901 m2;. During the urban planning of Sapporo, it was originally designated as the main street but it eventually became a park. Throughout the year, many events and ceremonies such as the Sapporo Lilac Festival and theSapporo Snow Festivalare held in the park, and local landmarks including the Sapporo TV Towerand the Sapporo City Archive Museum are located within its boundaries.

OLD GOVERNMENT BUILDING

The facilities of theformer Hokkaid Government Officein Sapporo, Japan, include a conference room, a museum shop, a tourist information office, and a few historical exhibition rooms and libraries. Visitors can enter the building for free.Flower gardensand a pond are located in front of the building, which occasionally are designated as some event venues.

CLOCK TOWER

Sapporo Clock Toweris a wooden structure and well-known local tourist attraction, located at North 1 West 2, Ch-ku,Sapporo, the largest city on the island of Hokkaid, northern Japan.

The building is of American design and is one of the few surviving Western-style buildings in Sapporo, a city developed in the 1870s with assistance from the American government. It is known by many as the symbol of the city and is a main feature of almost all domestic and international tours of Sapporo. The clock after which it is named continues to run and keep time, and the chimes can be heard every hour.

SHIROI KOIBITO FACTORY

Shiroi Koibito Park is a fantastic space based on the ideals of deliciousness, fun and stories of sweets from a bygone era. In addition to housing the Shiroi Koibito Factory where this well-known Hokkaido confectionery is produced, the park also has a cafe to allow visitors to savor Ishiya's original sweets, the Cookiecraft Studio (where budding confectioners can try their hand at making their own Shiroi Koibito cookies), a toy exhibition room and the Rose Garden. The things visitors see, taste and experience here will make for truly "sweet" memories!

RAMEN VILLAGE

Ramen is a Japanese noodle dish. It consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in ameat-orfish-basedbroth, often flavored withsoy sauceormiso, and uses toppings such as sliced pork, kamaboko, green onions, and occasionally corn.

Almost every locality in Japan has its own variation of ramen, from thetonkotsu(pork bone broth) ramen of Kyushu to themisoramen of Hokkaido.

Eightpopular, long-standing ramen diners from the city of Asahikawa are gathered here at this ramen theme park established in 1996 to excite Asahikawa ramen lovers.

ASAHIYAMA ZOO

Asahiyama Zoo is a very popular zoological garden just outside of centralAsahikawa Cityin the middle ofHokkaido. Its popularity lies in the enclosures which allow visitors to observe the animals from various angles, many of which are unique to Asahiyama Zoo.

Highlights include a glass tunnel through the penguin pool that allows visitors to observe the birds' underwater flights, and small glass domes in the middle of the polar bear and wolf enclosures that can get visitors right among the animals. The zoo was also one of the first to organize penguin walks in winter. Work on new enclosures and improvements to existing ones is constantly ongoing.

Animals on display include native wildlife fromHokkaido, including deer, eagles, cranes and (now extinct) wolves, as well as various animals from across the world, such as polar bears, apes, big cats and giraffes. If possible, try to visit the zoo outside of weekends and holidays to reduce the crowds.

FURANO MARCHE SHOPPING

Furano Marche" is a large collection of some of Furano's best shops. The establishment is divided into four zones, a farmer's market, a cafe, a specialty product area, and a take-out shop area. In these zones you can find a plethora of Furano vegetables, products, sweets, and crafts all in one place!

NINGLE TERRACE

Ninguru Terrace is a beautiful collection of boutique cottages, housing specialty arts and crafts along with their creators. The creators sit there in the shops displaying and making more of their products as you wander around.

OTARU CANAL

OtaruCanal was a central part of the city's busy port in the first half of the 20th century. Large vessels were unloaded by smaller ships, which then transported the goods to warehouses along the canal.

The canal became obsolete when modern dock facilities allowed for direct unloading of larger vessels. Thanks to a citizens' movement, a part of the canal was beautifully restored in the 1980s instead of being land filled, while the warehouses were transformed intomuseums, shops and restaurants.

The canal makes for a pleasant stroll during the day, when artists present their works to passing tourists, and during the evenings when old fashioned gas lamps are lit and provide a romantic atmosphere. The canal also serves as the main site of the town'sSnow Light Path Festival.

MUSIC BOX MUSEUM

Otaru Music Box Museum is one of the largest museum shops of music boxes, orgel, in Japan. The beautiful century-old building, designated as one of historic landmarks of OtaruCity, is full of music boxes in various sizes and types.

Among many historical warehouses made by soft stones in the city, this building really stands out with red brick walls and Renaissance style arch -top windows.

KITAICHI GLASS FACTORY

Kitaichi Glassis a long-established handmade glassware shop in OtaruCity. Glassware is one of the main tourist attractions of the city. You will be fascinated by glass tableware, accessories and art works of high quality and enjoy the gentle warmth and delicacy which can be created only by skilled craftsmen. Kitaichi Glass used to manufacture oil lamps before the electricity came into use, and then moved into making the glass buoys for fishing during the great fishing period of the city. With the changes in lifestyle, the company has come to make products to enrich our lives.

AEON MALL OTARU SHOPPING

AEON MALL is a specialist shopping mall developer. Our philosophy of putting the customer first has guided our continuing efforts to create malls that enhance the quality of life, stimulate local economic activity and contribute to community life and culture.

NOBORIBETSU JIGOKUDANI BOILING VALLEY (HELL VALLEY)

Jigokudani or "Hell Valley" is a spectacular, appropriately named valley just above the town of Noboribetsu Onsen, which displays hot steam vents, sulfurous streams and other volcanic activity. It is a main source ofNoboribetsu'shot springwaters.

From the valley, there are attractive walking trails through the wooded hills aboveNoboribetsu. If you follow them for about 20 to 30 minutes, you will get to Oyunuma, a sulfurous pond with a surface temperature of 50 degrees Celsius and a smaller, even hotter, mud pond nearby.

NOBORIBETSU DATE JIDAIMURA SAMURAI VILLAGE

Noboribetsu Date Jidaimura is a history theme park highlighting the Edo Period, one of the most attractive era in Japanese history. Step back in time to enjoy traditional games, activities, theaters, street performances and more. The charm of ancient Japan is abundant as you mingle with the Ninja and Oiran courtesans so symbolic of the Edo Period.

The samurai (or bushi) were the warriors of premodern Japan. They later made up the ruling military class that eventually became the highest ranking social caste of theEdo Period(1603-1867). Samurai employed a range of weapons such as bows and arrows, spears and guns, but their main weapon and symbol was the sword.

LAKE TOYA

Lake Toya (Tyako) is part of theShikotsu-Toya National Park. In addition to the lake itself, the Toyako region featureshot springsand an active volcano,Mount Usu, which last erupted in the year 2000. The area also offers many fishing, hiking, and camping opportunities.

The picturesque lake was chosen as the location of the G8 summit which Japan hosted in July 2008. The leaders of the world's eight major industrialized democracies met at the Windsor Hotel Toya Resort & Spa.

MOUNT HOKADATE

Mount Hakodate (Hakodateyama) is a 334 meter high, wooded mountain at the southern end of the peninsula on which much of centralHakodateis located. On clear days and nights, in particular, the views from the mountain are spectacular and included among Japan's three best night views alongside the views fromNagasaki'sMount InasaandKobe'sMount Rokko.

GORYOKAKU TOWER

The 107 meter tall tower replaced its 60 meter tall predecessor in 2006. Over one thousandcherry treeswere planted along its moats, making it one ofHokkaido's bestcherry blossom spots. The peak of the blooming season usually takes place around early May.

SHISUI OUTLET MALL

An outlet mall opened in 2013. It's 15 minutes by car from Narita Airport and offers 120 shops for major brands and other outlets.

BIEI FLOWER FIELDS

Biei is a small town surrounded by a picturesque landscape of gently rolling hills and vast fields. A pleasant way to enjoy the charm of Biei is bycyclingordrivingthrough the hills and visiting some of theflowerfields and famous trees along the way. The area northwest of the town center is named "Patchwork Road" and the area south of the town center "Panorama Road".

TOMITA FARM

Farm Tomita, whose lavender and flower fields with the Tokachi mountain range as backdrop are spectacular,. The popular farm is free to enter and besides the flower fields has cafes and shops that sell a wide range of lavender related products. The farm naturally gets rather busy during the peak season.

SHIKISAI NO OKA

The panoramic flower gardens of Shikisai-no-oka provide spectacular views across fifteen hectares of land on Oka-no-machi Biei. It is a paradise of seasonal blossoms from spring through to fall, in which several dozen different species of flowers and grasses flourish.

FURANO CHEESE FACTORY

The Furano Cheese Factoryvisitors observe the production process of the local camembert type cheese from behind windows. Cheese samples, including those of a black cheese colored by squid ink, can be tasted in the factory shop.

Besides the cheese factory, there is also an ice cream parlor ("ice cream factory") and a pizzeria ("pizza factory"), as well as hands-on workshops for making butter, ice cream, bread and cheese. Workshops start at fixed times during the day. Advance reservations are not required except for the bread workshop.

via ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS

MANILA TO NARITA
0945AM-1500PM

NARITA TO CHITOSE
1755PM-1940PM

HAKODATE TO HANEDA
1240PM-1410PM

NARITA TO MANILA
1730PM-2130PM


via JAPAN AIRLLINES

MANILA TO NARITA
0950AM-1500 PM

NARITA TO SAPPORO
1845PM-2030PM

HAKODATE TO HANEDA
0955AM-1125AM

NARITA TO MANILA
1855PM-2300PM

NOTE: FLIGHT DETAILS ARE SUBJECT FOR AVAILABILITY AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE

JAPAN GENERAL FINEPRINTS

-Minimum of 2 passengers per booking
-Infant rate is subject for quotation prior to booking date
-Rate is valid for Philippine Passport Holder only, surcharge may apply for foreign passport holder
-Rates are not valid during Special Event and Holidays
-Standard check in time in hotel is 0300pm, check out time is 1100am
-VISA is required and should be valid upon booking and departure date
-Terminal Fee is payable in the Airport P550 per person
-Itinerary is subject to change due to local condition
-Free Travel Insurance for 6-70 years old only.Beyond this age is at passenger's own expense.
-All transfers and tours are based on seat in coach, passengers are advised to be at the meeting place at least 20 minutes before the scheduled pick up time or else they'll be left behind
-Other expenses not included in this package will be on guest account
-Exclusive Tipping for the Driver and Guide to be settled in Japan estimated JPY500 per person per day
-Minimum of 32 passengers needed per travel date. Should group fall below 32, your Travel Agent has the right to cancel or reschedule the tour; otherwise a supplement may apply
-Company is not responsible for passengers who missed their tours and transfers

-If visa is declined, surchargeapplies
-This package is non refundable, non rebookable and non transferable once the booking is confirmed

-Transfers are based in seat in coach.

FOR PACKAGE WITH TOURS
-FREE round trip transfers for specific optional tours only (please refer to itinerary)
-Itinerary may subject to change without prior notice due to weather conditions
-Compulsory tipping for Driver and Tour Guide after the tour: JPY500.00 per person per day (to be setlled in Japan)

VISA REQUIREMENTS
-Passport (at least 6mos. Valid)
-Visa Application Form ((Please submit all application form and other documents for visa application strictly in A4 size only)
-2 pcs. Photo (4.5cm x 4.5cm, white background)
-Original PSA Birth Certificate (issued within 1 year)
-Original PSA Marriage Contract (if married, issued within 1 year)
-Daily Schedule/Itinerary in Japan
-2 Original Individual Authorization Letter (1 for filing & 1 for releasing) A4 size
-Guarantee Letter (A4 size paper) (If a person other than the applicant will bear/shoulder the travel expenses, please be sure to submit a guarantee letter and passport or any proof of identification from the Guarantor.)

FOR EMPLOYED/BUSINESSMAN
-Bank Certificate (Original)
-Income Tax Return (photocopy)
-Certificate of Employment (original / Business Documents (photocopy)

FOR STUDENTS
-School ID (photocopy)
-Guarantee Letter
-Valid ID of guarantor

FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
-Senior Citizen ID (photocopy)

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS
If Birth Certificate from NSO is unreadable, or If there is no record in NSO, together with "Certificate of Non-Record" from NSO Headquarter
-BIRTH CERTIFICATE FROM LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR

If Birth Certificate (NSO) is Late Registration"
-BAPTISMAL CERTIFICATE (photocopy)
-SCHOOL RECORD (Diploma/Form 137 photocopy)
-SCHOOL YEAR BOOK (If Applicable)

Note: Other additional documents may be requested.


REMARKS:
APPLICATION FORM
(1) INAPPROPRIATE APPLICATION FORM PHOTO- Please attach only a clear photo as proof of the applicant's identity on the application form. Blurred photos that reflect on the camera lens, pixilated and significantly low resolution photos taken by digital camera are NOT ACCEPTED.

(2) VERIFICATION OF INFORMATION AND ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTS-
-Please check and ensure that there are no omissions on the application form.
-Please check if there are inconsistencies on the content of the application forms and accompanying documents.
-Applications submitted that a number of cases wherein a previous travel to Japan is specified on the application form but there is no old passport attached.

(3) USAGE OF CORRECTION FLUID IN MAKING ERASURES/CORRECTIONS ON THE APPLICATION FORM
-In case there is a need to make correction on the application forms, please refrain from using correction fluid. Instead, use a double line to erase/correct the wrong information.

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED
DELAYED REGISTRATION - Please attach a baptismal certificate and school record form 137 (High school or Elementary)

FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS
-Income Certificate (ITR) and Bank Certificate, please submit personal documents.

GUARANTEE LETTER
-If a person other than the applicant will bear/shoulder the travel expenses, please be sure to submit a guarantee letter and passport or any proof of identification from the Guarantor.

-Please submit a Guarantee Letter using the example/format provided by the embassy

DOCUMENT SIZE
-Please submit all application forms and other documents for visa application Strictly in A4 size only. Documents that are not in A4 size must be copied (expanded/reduced) to A4 size and must be submitted together with the original documents.

OTHERS
-Please do not staple application forms and other requirements for visa application. - Various receipts (proof of transactions/payments for PSA / NSO birth certificate, etc.) are not required for visa application. Kindly remove the receipts when submitting documents.

PROCESSING TIME: 7-10 WORKING DAYS

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IMMIGRATION

  • VALID PASSPORT- at least six (6) months valid prior to your departure date.
  • For Foreign Passport Holders, it is your liability to secure your visa (if required).You must also secure your return ticket from your original country or your onward ticket to other countries.
  • For dual passport holder make sure to bring them both and must be 6 months valid.
  • If you are a government employee, you are required to secure a "Travel Order" from your Head Office or Office of the President before travelling abroad.
  • For Domestic and International, pregnant woman must secure a letter from her OB Gyne.
  • Passengers below 18 years old should be accompanied by Parents. If not, kindly secure clearance at the nearest DSWD office please visit: http://www.dswd.gov.ph/faqs/travel-clearance-for-minors/
  • SHADOW TRAVEL AND TOURS is not responsible for any immigration matters.

HOTEL

  • Infant (0-23 months) is Free Of Charge
  • For 2 years old and above, same rate as adult rate
  • Meals are complimentary only, this is non convertible to lunch, dinner or cash
  • Standard Check in time 0200pm and Standard Check out time 1200nn
  • If passengers arrived at their hotel before check in time, instead of waiting, they can leave their baggage at front desk and come back for check in. As well as for check out time you can comeback before scheduled pick up for your return flight.
  • Check in Deposit: During check-in every hotel need an incidental deposit which is refundable upon check out.
  • If in case specified hotel is unavailable passengers can still avail with a similar class hotel
  • Non refundable/ Non rebookable/Non transferable once booked and confirmed --- AIRLINE
  • Any incidental expenses will be on guest account
  • Present your Passport/Valid ID and service voucher upon check in.

AIRPORT

  • Terminal Fee for International Flights: (Clark 600/person) & Philippine Travel Tax (P1,620) are payable at the airport.
  • For OFW that are travelling for vacation purposes are payable for the Philippine Travel Tax.
  • For Foreign Passport holder who stayed more than a year in the Philippines are required to pay Philippine Travel Tax upon exit in the country.
  • Terminal Fee for ALL Domestic and International flights departing from Manila is FREE.
  • Estimated Terminal Fees for other domestic destination is less than P200/head.
  • If you are travelling with minors (below 12 yrs old) prior to your departure date, you can get your 50% less to your Philippine Travel Tax (exclusive of PHP200 government fee) at the nearest Philippine Travel Authority Office please visit: http://www.tieza.gov.ph/index.php/travel-tax
  • Present your Valid ID for Domestic Flights and for children w/out any Valid ID you can use their Birth Certificate as document upon check in.
  • Present your at least 6months valid Passport upon check in.
  • There will not be any refund if passengers failed to show up at our airport representative

AIRLINE

  • For Domestic Flights, check-in time should be at least 2hrs before the flight.
  • For International Flights, check-in time should be at least 3hrs before the flight.
  • Maximum of FREE 7kls hand carry only per person per way.
  • If they are going to bring liquid in hand carry, maximum of 100ml per piece and it should be in zip lock bag.
  • Passengers are not allowed to bring either hand carry or check in baggage like Guns, Firearms and weapons. Also Explosive, flammable, chemical and toxic substances.

TOURS

  • It is the responsibility of the traveler to ensure the safe keeping of their personal belongings & valuables.
  • Company will not be responsible for passengers who are late and have missed their transport, as this may disrupt and delay the transfer schedule that may involve other joining passengers.
  • Any unused tour services is non-refundable, non-transferable and non-rebookable
  • Passengers must be at the lobby at least 30 mins before scheduled pick up of the guide for tours/transfers.
  • For seat in coach transfers you are sharing the bus with the other passengers you have to wait for the other passengers to arrive.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  • Passengers name entered must be same as per passenger's passports (for international) or other valid ID (for domestic). Incorrect names may cause penalties or invalidation of travel vouchers.
  • It is the passenger's responsibility to check carefully for any errors made in the booking details, flight dates, name of passengers etc.
  • Within 24 hours after receiving your vouchers/e-ticket, you can notify our agency regarding the accuracy of information including names, birthdates, flight details, travel dates, hotels, tours and others or else any claim of inaccuracy or modification will not be honored.
  • Issuing office will not be liable for any problem caused by tour operator outside/inside Philippines
  • In the event that a problem arise, please coordinate with your travel agent or the person whose name and contact no. listed below of this service voucher
  • SHADOW TRAVEL AND TOURS is not responsible if an airline cancels, reschedules, or delays a flight for any reason, and therefore, you are releasing the company, employees, sub agents from liability for the Airlines flight changes and cancellations. However our friendly staff will assist you to rearrange your package for the restrictions given by the airline and hotel.
  • Note: Once transaction/s is finalized booking confirmation with reference no. will be released within 24 hours or less / booking officer will call you for final confirmation. Please note that you need to have the confirmation or reference no. to complete your bookings or else airlines / hotels/ tour operator will not honor your given voucher.
  • Any alteration made without approvable from issuing office will be deemed null/void.
  • Any unused travel packages is non-refundable, non-transferable and non-rebookable

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‎‎0936-951-6737
‎‎0936-951-6720
‎‎0936-951-6880
‎‎0936-951-1595
‎‎0936-951-6882
‎‎0936-951-6904

✆ SMART:
‎0921-223-1864
‎0921-223-1857
‎0921-223-1854
‎0949-155-2855
‎0949-155-2878
‎0921-361-1382
‎0921-223-1849


✆ SUN:
‎0933-476-8102
‎0933-476-8106
‎0933-476-8108
0932-561-3548

WHY CHOOSE US?

❶ We are The Best Choice Achievers for Accomplishment and Success in Travel & Tours Industry for 2016 Every year, we are being recognized from different areas in travel and partners. Cebu Pacific's recognized as one of its top agents for 2014 and 2015. We also received the Silver Eagle Award for Outstanding Sales Performance on International and Domestic Routes. We are awarded by Air Asia for outstanding sales performance for the year 2015 and 2016.

❷ GMA and ABS-CBN, two of the biggest networks in the country, has already featured our International Tour Packages in Hong Kong, Macau, Bangkok and Singapore. Both TV programs’ episodes ranked as one their highest viewed and liked. We are expecting more TV partnerships with our other travel packages we offer.

❸ We are one of the top travel agencies and tour operators in the country, most awarded travel agency among our contemporaries because we are proud of the value we achieve and the value for money we offer, following the rules to the strictest standards of travel business.

❹ Shadow Travel and Tours was given National Customers' Choice Annual Award for 2016 as the Most Outstanding Professional in Entrepreneurship for Travel Agency in the Philippines. It has also earned Top FIT Agent awards for Five straight years, honor to receive these awards and you are all our reasons for Shadow Travel and Tour is listed among the Best companies in the travel industry.

❺ One of our main strengths as a company is delivering hassle-free and low cost travel experiences from our satisfied and happy clients through our official Facebook page that reached more than 1.7 MILLION LIKES and still counting.

❻ We are the first travel agency to have state-of-the-art Call Center System, using technology to have a clear convenient assistance wherever you are.

❼ We have a wide selection of travel services which includes domestic and international booking and ticketing, tour packages with varieties of themes and attractions, land arrangements, tourist transport services and hotel accommodation to choose from.

❽ We always offer very low cost ever in the market and we make sure that every transaction is done with quality so we can effectively give the cheapest price, memorable vacation and convenience assurance.

❾ We provide expert, highly trained guidance, personalized service that provides objective suggestion for your dream vacation.

❿ Service from the Heart is our brand of loyalty.

“Travel at its finest, choose Shadow Travel and Tours”

  

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