Swap bustling Beijing for two of northern China’s greatest attractions on this private day trip. Visit the underground Dingling Tomb, the mausoleum of 16th-century Emperor Zhu Yijun; and learn about the country’s imperial Ming dynasties. After a Chinese lunch, take a cruise along the Longqing Gorge, admiring the emerald peaks, cliffs, and blue-green lakes of this epic river canyon. Entrance fees, boat trip, and central Beijing hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Explore two UNESCO World Heritage sites in one day on a full-day all-inclusive private tour from Beijing. Visit the Juyongguan section of the Great Wall of China, then continue to the Ming Tombs to walk around the Ding Ling mausoleum, the royal burial complex for one of the Ming emperors. Includes lunch, private guide and vehicle, entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Join this China tour with an informative guide, explore the top attractions that China has to offer. You will visit the rare and precious pandas in Chengdu, the world heritage Terracotta Army in Xi'an, well-known Great Wall in Beijing and many other famous sites. Meanwhile, a cruise on Li River will give you a feast of eyes. Come to Shanghai, feel the western and Chinese traditional style buildings. A small group tour size ensures you a more personalized attention and benefits you a cost-effective price.
The cultural exchange along the ancient Silk Road has left an important mark in human history, the patterns of which are visible even today. Join this 13-day guided tour to explore some regions in China from where the Silk Road travels through, including Xi'an, Dunhuang, Turpan and Urumqi. It also includes the capital city Beijing and Shanghai - a modern-day metropolis. You will see the Great Wall, Forbidden City, Terracotta Army, Mogao Grottoes, Jiaohe Ancient City, Flaming Hill, Shanghai Bund and many other famous attractions.
See the highlights of China with an expert guide on a 9-day tour that includes Beijing, Xi'an, Guilin, the Li River and Yangshuo. Visit the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Great Wall of China and the Terracotta Warriors — all UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Delve into the past in Beijing’s traditional hutongs, and at Xi’an’s Wild Goose Pagoda, Great Mosque and ancient city wall. Tour Reed Flute Cave in Guilin then enjoy the natural wonders of the region on a Li River cruise to Yangshuo, ending your tour in Guilin.
This private tour starts with a visit to the site of the Ming Dynasty tombs and includes a visit to the Ding tombs, (or Underground Palace), 89 feet below ground, the only tomb open to the public. On route you’ll pass the grand entrance to the Imperial burial site, The Sacred Way, a decorative walkway lined with impressive sized statues of significance and meaning. Get a glimpse into China’s rich imperial past with the architecture, distinctive wood carvings and ancient relics seen.
After lunch travel to the Huanghuacheng Wall, hike along this wild, original, less visited section, once built in the Ming Dynasty, as part of the inner wall to protect Beijing from a northern invasion. It’s also the only section close to a man-made lake. When the Xishuiyu Dam was built, the wall that crossed the valley floor was flooded. Your guide will show you where to climb the ramparts, and safely navigate the wall to admire the views and the wall cascading into the lake below.
This 12-day small group starts from Shanghai, and go back to Shanghai at the end. It covers fascinating natural and cultural attractions of Beijing, Xian, Guilin and Shanghai. You will have an unforgettable memory by visiting the most representative cities in China.
Join this guided 12-day tour of China and visit three of its major cities - Beijing, Xi'an and Guilin and then continue to Kunming and Lijiang - inhabited mostly by ethnic people. Travel in small groups numbering no more than 18 travelers, benefit from the cost-effective group tour price and enjoy the expert service of professional, English-speaking tour guides.
In this 11 days small group tour, you can not only touch China's profound history in Beijing and Xian, but enjoy the picturesque and incredible scenery in Guilin. It will take you to escape from the bustling city when you cruise on the Li River. Then your trip will extend to the booming international metropolis, Hong Kong, which is worth and easy being explored independently.