Taiwan, 7 Nights, From $799
Tour the island’s busiest cities and most beautiful parks on this weeklong itinerary.
The Real Deal Three nights in Taipei at The Howard Plaza Hotel; one night in Sun Moon Lake at Fleur de Chine Hotel; one night in Kaohsiung at Garden Villa hotel; one night in Taitung at Formosan Naruwan Hotel; one night in Hualien at Chateau de Chine Hotel; daily breakfast; transfers and sightseeing ground transportation; hotel taxes; the services of an English-speaking guide with tours to Kenting National Park, the Caves of the Eight Mortals, Taroko Gorge, and Lio Ho Night Market, among others; and an EasyCard for use on the Taipei Metro system; from $799.
When Every Saturday through Dec. 31, 2011 ($799).
The Fine Print Based on double occupancy; single supplement from $450. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
Book By No book-by date; based on availability.
Contact Ritz Tours, 888/345-7489, ritztours.com.
Why It’s a Deal Accommodations, including tax, would cost $259 per person for three nights at The Howard Plaza Hotel, $216 for one night at Fleur de Chine Hotel, $96 for one night at Garden Villa, $139 for one night at Formosan Naruwan Hotel; $90 for one night at Chateau de Chine Hotel—a total of $800. For $1 less than that, this package covers the seven nights’ hotel accommodations, plus daily breakfast, transfers and sightseeing ground transportation, the services of an English-speaking guide, all taxes and fees, and offers the added convenience of all-in-one booking.
More Upgrade to the Palais de Chine Hotel in Taipei from $60 per person, based on double occupancy. Extend your stay in Taipei from $70 per person per night, based on double occupancy.
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