Shanghai to Beijing, 8 days, 2 for 1 offer, SAVE $948*
Travelling from Shanghai to the capital, cruise the canals of Suzhou, cycle the City Wall in Xi'an, marvel at the Terracotta Warriors, take a rickshaw ride through the Hutongs in Beijing and climb the Great Wall. Day 1 Shanghai. Welcome to Shanghai Transfer from Shanghai airport to your hotel for...
Travel Dates: 17 June to 18 November 2017
Secrets of Sichuan - Limited Edition, 13 Days
Day 1 Chengdu. Nimen Hao. Welcome to the China and the capital of Sichuan Province, famed for its food and the pandas living in the mountains. An airport arrival transfer is included. Please provide your flight details at the time of booking, or no later than 14 days prior to travel. A transfer ...
Travel Dates: 7 May to 10 September 2017.
Spirit of the Silk Road - Limited Edition, 13 Days
Day 1 Urumqi. Assalamu laykum! Welcome to Xinjiang. An arrival transfer is included, so please provide your flight details at the time of booking, or no later than 14 days prior to travel. Once you have provided your details a transfer representative will be booked to meet you and transfer you t...
Travel Dates: 5 May to 8 September 2017.
China boasts an incredible blend of unique architecture, rich cultural heritage, incredible natural terrain and delectable cuisine. A history dating back thousands of years means the country is sprinkled with archaeological sites, temples and ruins in amongst lush rice paddies and gleaming commercial centres. With such vast distances to cover, taking a tour through China can make the experience smoother, allowing you to enjoy this fascinating country with ease.
Don’t miss these China attractions
- Great Wall of China
- Terracotta Warriors in Xian
- Temple of Heaven
- Li River
City or country
With so many different tours of China on offer you’re spoilt for choice; take a couple of days exploring the dynamic cities or set off for extended journey winding through many parts of vast and varied country. A city-based tour through Beijing, Shanghai or Hong Kong can be a great way to admire the significant landmarks, historical attractions and cutting-edge architecture.
On the other hand, a cycling and walking tour is a great way to mingle with the locals in both the major cities or through the countryside. You can stop off at markets, admire the scenery and observe day to day life. Culinary tours are also available for those who proudly call themselves a foodie; so pack your chopsticks and prepare to taste some delicious authentic cuisine.
History and culture
Specific history tours available for those who are passionate about learning about the past including former dynasties, towering emperors, ancient customs and of course, the Great Wall of China. The adventurous may like touring to Tibet to visit the Dalai Lama’s home, the Potala Palace, while others can travel to Xian for a glimpse at the iconic Terracotta Warriors.
There are several boat cruises on China’s magnificent waterways to choose from and shopping tours for those that would love to be guided through China’s retail experience.