Arrival times - North America
Last Updated: 7th Jun 2012
More Tour and Travel Advice for the USA and Canada
As much as you probably won’t want it to, the tour has got to end some time.
Weather, traffic and other external factors out of our control may effect arrival times, therefore these times should be used as a general guide.
Finishing at the Kyoto Grand Hotel, Los Angeles
Tours finishing in Los Angeles should arrive at the Kyoto Grand Hotel at approximately 5.00pm.
Finishing in other cities
Arrival times are usually mid afternoon on most legs of tours through North America.
As a general rule you should not book flights out before 8pm on the last evening of your tour.
Should you wish to finish your tour before your last scheduled city you should notify your Tour Manager and fill out the appropriate paperwork once on tour.
While on Tour
Arrival times while on tour will vary depending on your itinerary for the day but most tours arrive in the mid afternoon in their destination cities.
Every day though is very different as the organized itinerary for each day is varied. Occasionally to make the most of your time you may have an early afternoon of sightseeing before arriving at your accommodation but this will vary from tour to tour.
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