Great Family Ski Deals in Japan!

Pay 10, stay 14 nights at Niseko Resort!

The current exchange rate between the Australian dollar and the Japanese Yen has led to a reduction in cost of Ski Japan packages to Niseko the most popular Japanese winter resort in Hokkaido.

Marcus Williams Ski Japan’s MD said: “There has been quite a fluctuation between the two currencies in the last 12 months and anyone who books now can take advantage of the best rate since July last year.”

One example is its March Free Night Frenzy, pay for 10 stay for 14 nights package, now costs from $1,727 per person. Included is two weeks accommodation, in a six share three bedroom luxury apartment,a 13 day all mountain ski pass, door to door transfers from the New Chitose International Airport, the support of SkiJapan.com’s team whilst at Niseko and Free night skiing until 8.30pm.

Another incentive to holiday in March (aside from the cost) at Niseko is Kids aged 12 and under Ski Free!

PLUS the cost of flying to Sapporo, the closest international airport to Niseko, throughout March is less. Airline seats are considerably lower on the numerous airlines that fly via Tokyo, Hong Kong or Seoul, to the New Chitose International Airport, than the high season fares.

Valid 1-31 March 2013.

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