ManYou is not a word. It’s a phrase, which in Japanese means “Enjoyment to the max”. Therefore, ManYou Travel means enjoy your travel to the max.
Our aim is to provide you, our valued customer, with quality, unique tours of Japan and Australia’s Northern Territory, that you can access and enjoy to the max, at highly competitive prices.
ManYou Travel Is a start-up business in Australia. However, that does not mean we are inexperienced. We have formed a strategic alliance with ManYou Travel in Fukuoka, Japan, which specialises in uniquely enjoyable tours, to help us to achieve our aim as stated above.
As a matter of fact, we have done our homework. Tours to Japan, of a similar duration as offered by our competitors, and for similar fees, in general, DO NOT include your airfares to and from Japan. ManYou Travel tours include ALL travel fares from Australian International airports of departure Darwin, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, transfers during your tour, and ALL entry fees to all attractions, monuments, etc. during your tour. This means once you arrive at your Australian International port of departure, and until you return, all your travel fares are pre-paid. You don’t have to buy an additional airline ticket to enjoy your holiday, and another one to get back to Australia once it’s all over.
ManYou Travel is also working with our Japanese partners to bring Japanese tourists to Australia. More about that will be posted as we organise tours. Essentially, as the mascot indicates, this makes ManYou specialists in travel between Australia and Japan.
To find out more, please call us on 044 77 36 007
About Your Guides
All tours are fully guided by either Mick Popp, Tomiko Popp, or another person proficient in both Japanese and English.
- Major hotel front desk experience
- Booking officer for Australian guided tours, 18 months experience.
- Tour guide, both in Australia and Japan
- Currently a Kakadu Certified Tour Guide
- Expert in Japanese Language, Culture, and History.
- Can play the Koto, a traditional Japanese, stringed musical instrument
- Sougetsu Ikebana Instructor – Japanese flower arranging. Tomiko studied ikebana for ten years to achieve that title.
- Japanese Tea Ceremony
- High level of proficiency in both written and spoken English. Scored band 8/9 IELTS Academic module. Very proficient user.
- Educator in both Japan and Australia, with 20 years’ experience.
- Toastmaster humorous speech contest winner 3 consecutive years – In English, not Japanese.
- TOSS (Teachers Organisation for Skill Sharing) current member, and trainer in Japan.
- Author– articles for monthly publications both in Japan and Australia and included an article in a book. Currently writing her own book.
- Traveled extensively USA, UK, India, Australia, Hong Kong, China
- Mick has lived in Japan for eight years and ran a Conversational English school in Hokkaido.
- He has a better than basic use of the Japanese language.
- Mick has traveled extensively throughout Japan and other parts of Asia & USA having been to
- Hokkaido – 8 years – extensive road and cycling trips throughout the island, east to west, north to south & visited minor islands, all 4 seasons, ski trips, camping, cycling along the Okhotsk Sea “there is little I haven’t seen & experienced there”, says Mick.
- Honshu – Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Fuji San by air, rail, boat, and shinkansen
- Kyushu – extensive road trips, Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto Castle, etc.
- Okinawa – road trips visiting war memorials, etc.
- Luzon for 2 years – Manila, Paranaque, Tai Tai Rizal, Tagaytay, Laguna De Bay & many other places.
- Mindanao – 1 month – Cagayan de Oro, Iligan.
- Ho Chi Minh City
- Hong Kong
- San Fransisco
- The Twin Cities -Minneapolis/St.Paul.
- The Great Lakes
- Lake City Iowa
- Muskegon, A road trip to
- Florida – A road trip to
- Las Vegas- A road trip to Hoover Dam, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, through the Painted Desert to Utah, & back down to Los Angeles. Almost 2000 miles (3000km) driving a Pontiac muscle car.
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