Who goes on Wendy Wu Tours cruise ships?
Most Wendy Wu cruisers hail from Australia and New Zealand, but you'll also find a fair share from the U.K. The average age falls somewhere between 35 to 67, and most are well-traveled and interested in getting to know other cultures.
Do I have to dress up on a Wendy Wu Tours cruise?
Not overly. Overall, the dress code is relaxed; however, make sure you pack clothing that covers the arms and legs for any visits to religious buildings during your cruise. In the evenings, smart-casual attire is recommended.
Is everything free on Wendy Wu Tours cruises?
It depends on the fare you choose. Classic Group Tours include all meals (excluding beverages) unless specifically stated otherwise. Many of these will be in local restaurants so that you can sample the local cuisine.
On Independent Private Tours, Immerse Yourself Tours, Worldwide Tours and Deluxe Collection Tours, some meals are included; however, several free evenings are also included in the itinerary, offering flexibility for those who wish to explore local restaurants under their own steam.
All Yangtze cruises include two shore excursions for free, with passengers able to purchase additional tours if they so desire. Almost all shore excursions are included on ships that cruise the Mekong and Irrawaddy rivers.
Complimentary Wi-Fi is included in all fares, as are pre- and post-cruise transfers.
Extra fees will be applied to most shore excursions, gratuities and beauty salon treatments.
What are Wendy Wu Tours’s most popular activities?
Cruisers choose Wendy Wu for the shoreside experience and the company's emphasis on deep cultural connections. Opportunities to be interactive with the local community are particularly popular, whether it's trying their hand at an ancient craft or simply meeting with the locals and learning about their lifestyle.
Onboard, activities that reflect Asian culture are popular, such as tai chi lessons or lectures on Chinese history.
Best for: Asiaphiles; brave eaters
Not for: Young families, anyone afraid of a deep dive into Asian culture