China Tours - Since 1976!
Groups | Privately Guided | Tailor-made Travel
14 DAYS / 13 NIGHTS
Take an exclusive private journey of China including a cruise on her mother river, the Yangtze. Stay in well-appointed accommodation, climb the great wall, dine on Peking duck, stroll the bund waterfront, and much more.
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
Take a journey to China''s Yunnan region including the magical land of Shangri-La, a place that has inspired many magical tales.
14 DAYS / 12 NIGHTS
Climb the Great Wall, see the Terra Cotta Warriors, cruise down the Yangtze, tour Shanghai, and much more on this journey through historic China.
This odyssey introduces you to all of China’s must-see wonders - Beijing, Shanghai, the Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Terra Cotta Warriors of Xian before heading on to Guilin & vibrant Hong Kong.
8 DAYS / 7 NIGHTS
Beijing, the Great Wall, Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou and more for just $650!
9 DAYS / 8 NIGHTS
Explore China's classical sites on this must-see tour of Beijing, Xian & Shanghai. Walk along the Great Wall of China, stroll through Tiananmen Square, and then lose yourself within the Forbidden City while in Beijing.
20 DAYS / 18 NIGHTS
This 20-day extravaganza offers a comprehensive look at China from historic to modern wonders, beautiful landscapes, bustling cities, a cruise on the Yangtze, and more!
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
Explore Beijing on this city break covering her highlights from the Great Wall to the Forbidden City, Hutongs, Summer Palace and more!
Climb the Great Wall, learn of its storied past, and take some time to ponder its grandeur at your leisure. With guided tours, cable cars, toboggan rides and all day hikes, the Great Wall offers visitors more than just a snapshot moment. As each pass of the wall is different than the other, which part of the wall you choose to go to will make all the difference. Let us guide you in your choices and design the trip that works for you.
Not discovered until 1974 by local farmers, the Terra Cotta Warriors are among the most fascinating discoveries of modern day. Located in the countryside near the ancient city of Xian, the site is home to an underground clay army of soldiers, chariots and horses whom were to accompany the first Emperor of all of China, Qin Shi Huang, in his afterlife. The excavations continue to today, and remain one of the main highlights on a tour of the Middle Kingdom.
The Forbidden City in Beijing is truly awe inspiring. Once the Imperial Palace from the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty, the Forbidden City is now the Palace Museum boasting close to 1000 buildings and covering nearly 180 acres. The Palace was home to emperors and their households for close to 500 years, so its impression on Beijing and the country is unfathomable. Tour china's Forbidden City, see historic art & artifacts, marvel at traditional architecture and take in the splendor of this Imperial residence as you experience Beijing.
China can conjure up images of rural villages, paddy fields, and ancient architecture, and although in plenty of supply, the bigger cities and main attractions may leave you longing for the China of your imagination. Seeing the countryside is what can make a trip to China. Water buffalos plowing fields, farmers planting rice, bicycle ridden towns, traditional colorful attire, and wing-tip roofs are what you may be searching for, let us guide you in designing the trip that matches with your expectations..
The Li River in Guilin is a stunning geographical marvel, not so the river itself, but the surrounding landscape that follows the snaking river in Guangxi Province. Not unlike a fairy-tale, the karst mountain scenery that rises majestically along the river make for one of the most scenic places in the world. Stay in Guilin, and travel along the river to the bustling town of Yangshuo for further exploration. If your time allows for more than Beijing, Xian & Shanghai, Guilin may be your next choice.
BEST TIME TO VISIT:
The size of China ensures that its climate is extremely diverse, ranging from tropical in the south to sub arctic in its northern latitudes. Winter in the north, between December and March, is bitterly cold and very dry, with temperatures in Beijing dropping as low as -4ºF (-20ºC). During summer, May to August, rain falls and temperatures rise. In central China the Yangtze River valley experiences long, humid and hot summers between April and October, while in winter temperatures drop below freezing. In south China, around Guangzhou, summer brings typhoons and high temperatures between July and September.