After morning pickup at your Beijing hotel, travel in your private vehicle for 1.5 hours to the Huanghuacheng section of the Great Wall.
The Huanghuacheng section was built in the sixth century AD and enlarged during the Ming dynasty to includes 40 hollow towers, nine solid towers, and five platforms were built. Huanghuacheng is divided by reservoirs with some parts immersed in the water, a unique aspect of this part of the Great Wall.
Upon arrival, follow your guide along a mountain path for about 15 minutes to reach the Wall, then spend up to three hours hiking along the Wall. You have the option to take a boat ride on the lake (own expense), and as an alternative to trekking in the mountains, you can walk around the lake and cross the dam instead.
Eat lunch at a local Chinese restaurant, then drive for one hour to the China Aviation Museum, which opened to the public in 1989 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army Air Force. It contains more than 200 airplanes and other aviation artifacts in three large exhibition areas.
Return to Beijing where your tour ends with hotel drop-off.