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China World Heritage Sites Tour
Duration:13 days/12 nights Price: from $1770.00
Beijing, Datong, Pingyao, Xian, Hu County, Beijing
This tour is perfect for those who are interested in Chinese historical attractions. By joining this unique tour, all travelers will be able to explore many UNESCO world heritage sites. You will visit Pingyao, with the most well preserved city wall in all of China, and see the financial center of ancient China, during the Qing dynasty. You will also get to visit Hu County and experience the extraordinary methods used in creating intricate papercuts and vibrant paintings famous throughout the world. You will also get a close-up look at old fashioned farming practices in the countryside.
China Discovery Tour
Duration:13 days/12 nights Price: from $1650.00
Beijing, Xian, Guilin, Guangzhou, Hongkong
This tour is ideal for first time China travelers since explores Beijing, Guilin, Xian and Hong Kong-the four "must-go" cities. Beijing's culture and history, Guilin's spectacular scenery, Xian's breathtaking historical relics and Hong Kong's modernity will fascinate you. Besides visiting these sites to learn more about Chinese history, you will have plenty of time to relax and shop. Be sure to check out different authentic Asian and European cuisines and purchase bargains while in Hong Kong-the Shoppers' and Eaters' Paradise.
China's Cities & Waterways
Duration:13 days/12 nights Price: from $1450.00
Beijing, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Shanghai
You will be thrilled after visiting China's classical gardens in both Oriental Paris (Shanghai) and Venice of the East (Suzhou). The Yu Yuan Garden is rated the most fabulous garden in Shanghai. Built during the Ming Dynasty by Pan Yunduan for his parents, the garden was solely for private leisure use.
Yangtze River Adventure
Duration:12 days/11 nights Price: from $1940.00
Beijing, Xian, Chongqing, Yangtze River Cruise, Yichang, Shanghai
The Yangtze River (Chang Jiang) is the third largest river in the world, just behind the Nile and the Amazon. The Three Gorges Dam Project is the largest construction project in China after the Great Wall. In fact, Sun Yat- Sen, the father of modern China was the pioneer of the project. He proposed to build a hydroelectric dam at the Three Gorges in 1919. It is now the largest hydroelectric dam in the world. Its primary function is to generate electrical power from Chongqing to cities as far as Shanghai. It also prevents the notorious Yangtze River from flooding. Around 100 towns were under water due to a water rise in 2003; the sceneries at the Three Gorges has changed ever since. Be sure to enjoy the gorgeous view throughout your cruise!
Discovering Shangri-La & Tibet
Duration:14 days/13 nights Price: from $3410.00
Guangzhou, Kunming, Dali, Lijiang, Zhongdian, Lhasa, Chengdu, Guangzhou
Yunnan province, surrounded by Burma, Vietnam and Laos, is the homeland of 26 unique minority groups, including Bai and Naxi. Its name means "beautiful clouds in the south" and colorful tents and traditional costumes of different ethnic groups can be seen throughout the province. Until recent modern road construction, it has been difficult to get close to most scenic spots in Yunnan with its sheer mountain rock formations. . Most people believe that the "Shangri-La" mentioned in James Milton's book "Lost Horizons" is actually the splendid Yunnan. Enjoy fabulous scenery at various attractions such as the Stone Forest (Shilin) near Kunming and the famous Three Pagodas (San Tasi) in Dali. You can also enjoy the spectacular Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in Lijiang, which is both a UNESCO world heritage site and the center of Naxi minority culture. Before heading off to Tibet, you will get to glimpse the Tiger Leaping Gorge, which is the deepest gorge in the world.
Ancient Routes of the Silk Road
Duration:15 days/14 nights Price: from $2940.00
Beijing, Urumqi, Dunhuang, JiaYuGuan, Xian, Beijing
The Silk Road was a 1,600 km long trade route that led to the exchange of products between China and the West. In addition to the buying and selling of silks, many new philosophies, religions and customs reached China via this route. The first trade mission sent to the West from China was during the Han Dynasty, which created a great impact on China and Central Asia. Enjoy retracing the steps of many of these historic locations which have forever connected Asia to the rest of the world and prompted a sharing of significant inventions and Chinese cultural contributions, including the prized possession of silk. Step into history in your travels with us!
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