|08 JUN - 18 JUN||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|22 JUN - 02 JUL||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|06 JUL - 16 JUL||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|20 JUL - 30 JUL||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|03 AUG - 13 AUG||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|17 AUG - 27 AUG||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|31 AUG - 10 SEP||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|14 SEP - 24 SEP||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|28 SEP - 08 OCT||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|12 OCT - 22 OCT||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|26 OCT - 05 NOV||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|09 NOV - 19 NOV||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|23 NOV - 03 DEC||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|15 MAR - 25 MAR||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|29 MAR - 08 APR||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|12 APR - 22 APR||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|26 APR - 06 MAY||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|10 MAY - 20 MAY||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|24 MAY - 03 JUN||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|07 JUN - 17 JUN||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|21 JUN - 01 JUL||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|05 JUL - 15 JUL||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|19 JUL - 29 JUL||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|02 AUG - 12 AUG||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|16 AUG - 26 AUG||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|30 AUG - 09 SEP||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|13 SEP - 23 SEP||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|27 SEP - 07 OCT||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|11 OCT - 21 OCT||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|25 OCT - 04 NOV||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|08 NOV - 18 NOV||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|22 NOV - 02 DEC||USD $1,799||USD $599|
|Supplementary Prices||Twin/Double||Single Supp.|
|Private Tour Supplement||USD $700||-|
|Beijing - Pre-tour accommodation||USD $55||USD $54|
|Shanghai - Post-tour accommodation||USD $55||USD $54|
Make the most of your time away! Listed below are the optional activities that are available on this trip. Please note that you will need to book these prior to travel as we cannot always guarantee availability of these activities once you are on holiday.
|An eclectic mix of excursions for foodies and culture lovers alike, 'The Special Board' aims to uncover local secrets which would normally slip under the radar. Visiting night markets, tea markets, famous dumpling restaurants, and the hippest blues and jazz bar in Shanghai. A truly different Chinese experience.|
|The Tang Dynasty Show is a performance of Chang’an music and dance that originated during the time of the illustrious Tang Dynasty. Colourfully choreographed according to various historical records of the ancient arts with a host of singing, dancing and musical instrument playing performers, coupled with simple backdrops and props, this is entertainment that was once fit for a Tang emperor!|
|At the crossroads between East and West, Hong Kong is one of the most exciting cities in the world. Hong Kong has good museums, numerous markets, great seafood, restaurants, bars and nightlife. Jump aboard the comfortable overnight sleeper train from Shanghai direct to Kowloon in central Hong Kong.|
|Kunming, an ancient cultural city and home to many of China’s ethnic minorities, is the capital of the beautiful Yunnan Province. Kunming, known as the ‘City of Perpetual Spring’, is surrounded by gorgeous mountain scenery including the unique Stone Forest - a unique 270 million year old limestone karst formation of bundled rocky grey outcrops, resembling a petrified forest.|
|Renowned for its striking, if bizarre scenery - vast areas of karst limestone outcrops that rise up from flat rice paddy fields, Guilin is often the subject of Chinese painting. The Lijiang River cruise is a true pleasure that offers an endless procession of peaks and simple villages. Charming Yangshuo, a river town lined with cafes and little shops selling handicrafts, clothing and curios, offers gentle respite far from the madding crowds of the cities.|
|Datong is an ancient cultural city dating back more than 2,000 years, the region’s biggest attraction is the UNESCO-listed Yungang Caves. Built more than 1,500 years ago, the 53 caves are a treasure trove of ancient Buddhist art comprising a fine collection of carved-sandstone Buddhist figures. The ‘Hanging Temple’ also located outside of Datong was constructed some 1,500 years on a precipitous rockface. Literally hugging the cliff, the temple is a total spectacle.|
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Below is a list of key highlights and what is included on this tour. Further, where appropriate, we have listed the items that are not included in the tour price.
The hotels listed below are ones which we frequently use on this tour. We reserve the right to substitute these hotels to ones of a similar standard when necessary.
Here's what some of our past travellers have written in to us and said about their experiences on this trip.
Tour guide Stefanie was excellent in ensuring that everyone was attended to at the different locations, she ensured our comfort and safety to keep everyone happy and satisfied with the tour.
Warren For Ming,
The tour overall was fabulous, well worth the money. Our tour guides were all very knowledgeable and took time to give lots of relevant information and answer all questions.
Audrey Clemenson ,
The days were very well organized, all activities very interesting. Feng was a superb tour guide,very helpful.
Just a short note to thank you and the on the go team for a great trip to China. Special mention to Fung. She is a fantastic guide. Very positive, helpful, caring & friendly. She is a real asset to your company.
We loved the guides, especially Feng. We had a great holiday,we would like to say thank you to you and your special guides, thank you for showing us the best of China, hope to see you again one day.
Mandy is the best tour guide we have ever had. We enjoyed all the highlights of China and would recommend this tour.
Wonderful experience; all praise to our guide, Feng; She is absolutely superb. China was an amazing country and we know we only saw a little bit! Your company will be recommended by us to anyone thinking of doing a tour. Thank you for everything!
We think Feng was the best tour guide we could imagine; She is supremely patient, very well organised, full of useful information. An excellent ambassador for China.