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Hit the slopes with these Japan ski holidays from $2,349 with Cathay Pacific

Posted: 30 June 2018 3:39 pm
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Take your pick of stay and ski holidays at the best resort in Japan.

Whether Japan is brand new on your radar or it’s been on your skiing bucket list for a while, you’re about to get very excited about these ski packages for Japan's number one ski resort.

Cathay Pacific is helping Aussies to discover some of the best snow in the world, outside of Australia, of course, with packages that start from $2,349 per person.

Choose from a range of flight and accommodation packages which also featuring ski-in ski-out access, as well as onsen facilities to help you unwind after a day on the slopes.

The best price we found is for the four-night package departing from Perth and staying at the 4-star Hilton Niseko Village from $2,349.

You can score a 30% discount off the room rate if you book by 30 June and stay between 1 to 21 December 2018 and 3 January to 31 March 2019.

Packages are also available from Brisbane starting from $2,393, Sydney from $2,412, Melbourne from $2,416 and Adelaide from $2,546 per person.

Some packages include bonus hotel credit and massage coupons and travel is for select dates up to 28 April 2019.

If you’re keen to avoid the crowds then we suggest aiming for some of the November or April dates.

Head to Cathay Pacific for a full list of packages available and get in quick as these are only available until sold out.


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