Mount Hua (Huashan), one of China’s five sacred mountains thanks to its Taoist temples, sits east of Xian in Shaanxi Province. While a return hike to the top of the mountain typically requires two days, this tour makes use of the cable cars, allowing you to take in the views from the summit with only a single day. With a private guide, you can explore at a leisurely pace and ask all the questions you want.
Drift lazily down the clear and pristine Li River and take a quiet bike ride into Yangshuo village on this full-day, small group nature tour. Forget the hustle and bustle of city living, and let life’s burden’s float away as you take in sweeping mountain scenery, smell colorful wild flowers and listen to the vibrant birdsong for which this scenic region is famed.
Beat the crowds and enjoy a comfortable guided tour of the Mutianyu Great Wall, a quieter, under-the-radar section of the world-famous ancient barricade. Get a first-hand peek at parapets and watchtowers set into a rugged landscape—without any time-wasting shopping stops. Tours include hotel pickup from Beijing in a climate-controlled bus and a tasty Chinese-style lunch at a local restaurant.
See one of the world’s great monuments up close on a full-day tour to the Jinshaling section of the Great Wall of China. Travel about 2.5 hours from Beijing to reach the remote area, which promises a more relaxed experience away from the crowds. Accompanied by your tour assistant, hike along the Great Wall at Jinshaling for 3.5 hours, taking in the impressive architecture, intricate brickwork and stunning views. Have lunch at a local restaurant before returning to Beijing. Your tour includes lunch, entrance fees, and hotel pick-up and drop-off.
Spend a morning with some of China’s most famous residents at the Dujiangyan Giant Panda Center or the Chengdu Panda Breeding Center from Chengdu. Led by a professional panda keeper, meander through the facilities and observe the pandas while you learn about their breeding and life stages. Also, you'll have the opportunity to visit the Red Panda area to learn more about this quiet yet territorial mammal.
The Great Wall of China stretches across the country north of Beijing, but it can be difficult to choose a section to visit. Avoid the crowds and commercialisation of the more popular sections of the wall on this day-long trek along the Jinshangling Wall. Hike along the wall to Simatai in the south-east, visiting the section’s 67 watchtowers and taking photos of the astonishing views along the way.
Experience the excitement of Hong Kong’s action-packed horse racing competitions thanks this horse track tour. Choose between the Happy Valley course or the Sha Tin track as you root for your favorite horses from the comfort of the air-conditioned Members’ Enclosure. An included guide to assist with betting, free HK$30 betting voucher, a buffet, and unlimited house wine, beer, and soft drinks add to the experience.
Come visit one of the new seven wonders of the world on this full-day sunset tour to the Great Wall at Gubeikou and Jinshanling, including round-trip transport from Beijing and lunch. Journey to the Great Wall at Gubeikou, and then watch the sunset from the wall at Jinshanling before returning to your hotel.
Combine a visit to two of the top attractions int he Beijing area on this tour to the Ming Tombs and the Badaling Great Wall. A guided tour helps you make the most of your experience by providing educational commentary and arranging round-trip transportation from your hotel. This tour also includes a typical lunch and all entrance fees.
You can choose the attractions you visit and the places you see on this private full-day tour of Hangzhou. Work with your guide to customize your itinerary, and see famous spots, such as Meijiawu Tea Village, Leifeng Pagoda, Yuewang Temple, Liuhe Pagoda, and Longjing Village. Go on a boat ride on West Lake, see Chinese monks at Lingyin Temple, or even taste snakes on Hefang Street. This tour includes round-trip bullet-train tickets.
See the Tian Tan Buddha statue (Big Buddha) on a visit to Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island—a popular destination almost twice the size of Hong Kong Island. This sightseeing tour includes a ticket for the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and a boat ride around Tai O, a quaint fishing village where the houses stand on stilts. You have the option to upgrade to a glass-bottom crystal cabin at booking.
For a change of pace from busy Hong Kong, immerse yourself in nature during a half-day outing on the Dragon's Back trail. Considered one of the best urban hikes in Asia, Dragon’s Back features trails that wind along mountains, through forests and down to the white sands of Tai Long Wan (Big Wave Bay). Gaze over Hong Kong and the South China Sea, and have time to swim or relax on the beach. Your experienced guide provides informative commentary during your walk, which ranges from easy to moderately challenging.
If you have half day free and want to do something special, not just stay at hotel or shopping. Afternoon hiking tour to Sharp Island Geopark will show you one of the best local outdoor activities. High Island is located in Sai Kung district, after the tour, you will know Geoparks are not far away from heart of city.
The tour will begin at Choi Hung MTR station, our local guide will meet you there with other travelers. We will take public bus and boat to Sharp Island Geopark, all transportation fees are included in the tour, no need to concern about small change. The boat also called as KaiTo, traditional transportation for fishman.
Duration of hiking route is 1.5hours, from Hap Mun Bay Beach (south of Sharp Island) to Kiu Tsui Beach (north) through the hill of Kiu Tsui Country Park. You will explore a pleasant hiking trail, sea views at both sides and natural sand levee that connects Sharp Island with neighboring small Kiu Tau Island. We will arrive Choi Hung MTR station at 6:00pm.
Visit the historical city of Lhasa, Tibet autonomous region, and hike from Pabongkha to Sera Monastery which is a less traveled path by most tourists as well as many other major attractions such as Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Barkhor Street. In addition, you will take a horse ride to beautiful Yamdrok Lake. This is a great adventure for you to explore central Tibet!
More than just a private tour of the Badaling Great Wall, this excursion includes an adventurous horseback ride through the endlessly green horizon of Kangxi Grasslands. After pickup from your Beijing hotel and a private tour of the most popular and well-preserved section of the Great Wall, head out to the grasslands for a riding tour of an infrequently visited Beijing-area gem. Riders of all levels are welcome.
This private day trip to Longqing Gorge and Guyaju Caves is the ideal trip for nature lovers to experience the beauty of China’s outdoor sites. Organizing transport to remote areas in China can be challenging due to language barriers, but you won’t have to worry as hotel pickup, drop-off, and transfers are included. Travel in a comfortable vehicle between dispersed sites and enjoy a delicious local lunch (own expense) too.
Spend your day exploring Yellow Dragon Gorge, a secluded oasis nestled on Lantau Island. An expert guide accompanies you on foot while you venture into a wondrous landscape of vertical cliffs and waterfalls. Expect a moderately difficult hike with some technical challenges as you cross boulders upstream then cool off in natural pools. This 6-hour tour starts and ends in Tung Chung, not far from the Hong Kong airport.
Shun Shanghai’s hustle for a private hike in the forests and tea plantations outside Hangzhou. Travel direct from your Shanghai hotel by bullet train and private car. Then set the pace that suits your style as you stroll Jiuxi Scenic Area (Jiuxi 18 Stream) and Hupao Spring with your personal guide. Along the way, enjoy a simple lunch at a tea farm, washed down with Dragon Well tea.
This day trip will let you explore the north outskirt of Guangzhou, immerse in the natural scenery in the countryside and escape the bustle city. Based on your interest, you can choose 2 places of interest to visit for this tour from the 4 options below:
1) Emperor Hill, hike along the forest path to climb up the hill and enjoy the big stunning waterfall, take the ride(glass slide tunnel) to come down(optional).
2) Huangteng Gorge, explore the mountain by hiking or cable car/scenic shuttle car(optional) and walk onto the Glass Suspension Corridor to overlook the impressive subtropical mountain&valley.
3) Niuyuzui Primitive Ecological Scenic Zone, for hiking, walking on the glass bridge between the valley and sky drifting(optional).
4) Hotspring Spa Resort, relax your body in various natural hotspring pools after hiking.
The above 4 sites are relatively close to each other located to the north of Guangzhou around 2 hours driving, visiting 2 of them would compose a 9 hours day trip.
Escape from the busy streets of Hong Kong for a half-day of hiking on Tai Mo Shan mountain, home to the stunning Ng Tung Chai waterfalls. Encounter a series of cascades, ending with the breathtaking Main Falls, the crown jewel of the walk and the tallest waterfall in Hong Kong. Pass by temples and villages, and learn about local plant and animal life from your expert guide. Expect a moderately challenging hike that is well worth undertaking! Your guide can modify the route to suit your fitness level.
With its combination of dramatic natural scenery and culture steeped in traditions, Tibet is a journey few travelers make but none regret. Discover the beauty of Tibet's nature and culture on this 4-day tour, which includes visits to top Lhasa attractions as well as the sacred Yamdrok Lake and Gampala Pass. This tour includes your Tibet Travel Permit, as well as all meals, accommodations, and guided sightseeing experiences as per itinerary.
Standing in front massive mountains between Tibet, Chengdu gives us more than culture. This is definitely the best trail which can be done in one day, 7 km hiking, 400M ascent. In this 4-5 hours hiking, we have chances to see the most precious Chinese golden pheasant and some other wild animals. Attitude around 2500M with pleasant weather.
There are four peaks in Siguniang Mountain: Dafeng, (First Peak), ErFeng (Second Peak), SanFeng (third peak), and Sister Peak (fourth peak). The highest peak of the mountain peak is fouth peak; literally: "Little sister" peak), also known as the "Queen's Sichuan Peak", 6250 meters above sea level. It is also the second highest mountain in Sichuan Province.The first summit was completed in 1981 by the Japanese team through the East Ridge. The other three dwarf peaks are regular tourist mountaineering destinations for all seasons.Focus on exploring Mt.Siguniang outdoor routes and trying to help more hikers experience the first 5000M snow mountian scenery .