(From Shanghai Daily)
Travel agencies have suspended organized trips to Kyushu or offering a full refund for travelers who want to cancel already booked tours to the southwestern island of Japan following another powerful earthquake at midnight.
They also warned tourists to avoid visiting the island recently.
Online travel operator Ctrip has suspended tour groups to Kyushu for safety concerns, and issued a warning on trips to the island.
It also informed tour guides to cancel stops including Kumamoto and make proper adjustment on scheduled tours.
It has about 200 tourists in Kyushu and all of them are safe.
Tuniu, another online travel agency, suggested tourists planning to visit Kyushu be cautious and said it will cover the loss resulting from the cancelation of orders. Read More