China Private Tours
If you'd like to travel to China on your own private tour then we've got some itineraries that are bound to get your travel bug biting. From the stunning stone forest in Yunnan and the birthplace of Confucious in Qufu to the famous Silk Road, the natural beauty of Guilin and China's beautiful mascots, the Giant Pandas in Chengdu, whatever brings you to China, we'll be happy to suggest a private tour tailored to your specific needs.
8 days | FROM USD $3,499
Explore China’s beautiful Sichuan province! Discover Huanglong calcium pools and wildlife at Jiuzhaigou Scenic Reserve, Chengdu’s leading panda breeding and research centre, UNESCO Listed Dafo - the ‘Great Buddha’ and the lofty summit of Mount Emei.
9 days | FROM USD $4,499
Delve into the mystery that is North Korea on this 9 day tour taking you from the incredible sights of Beijing to the Soviet-style capital of Pyongyang in the DPRK. Get inside this isolated country with visits to important historical monuments and fascinating museums complimented by trips to and...
12 Days | FROM USD $3,499
Journey south from the nation's capital Beijing to the terracotta warriors in Xi'an and the beautiful Giant Pandas in Chengdu. Spend some time marvelling at these amazing creatures before continuing on to sensational Shanghai - China's gateway to modernity!
18 days | FROM USD $4,299
Visiting the nation’s capital - Beijing, Xi’an, Guilin and Yangshuo, Hangzhou, Suzhou and cosmopolitan Shanghai. This cultural rollercoaster of a tour is filled with top UNESCO sites, spectacular scenery and unique experiences, guaranteed to captivate and enthrall.
Highlights of North China
Beijing - with the splendour of the Forbidden City and magnificence of the Great Wall, Chengde - with its stunning imperial buildings, Xi’an - home to the Terracotta Warriors standing guard over the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, and the huge Buddhist sculptures in the cave temples at Datong and Luoyang are some of our top picks for the North of China.
Highlights of South China
In the South, the enchanting Bai town of Dali, the picturesque Naxi town of Lijiang and the dramatic Tiger Leaping Gorge are just some of Yunnan’s highlights. Guangxi on the otherhand is famous for the karst landscape and cormorant fishing of Guilin and Yangshuo. Sichuan, renowned for its spicy food, is home to the panda research centre in Chengdu, and Chongqing where cruises begin their scenic route down the Yangtze. And last but not least are the great metropolises of Shanghai and Hong Kong.