More than two weeks of exploring hidden gems in China may seem to good to be true, but we at The China Guide have a lot of practice in bringing these kinds of dreams to life!
The Romantic China Journey activities are all geared towards experiential immersion and allowing quality time with travel partners and new local friends.
On your whirlwind tour we will take you all kind of...
Beijing → Luoyang → Xi'an → Tibet / Lhasa → Chongqing → Yangtze River Cruises → Yichang → Shanghai
You will start your adventure in China’s capital, where you will take in all of Beijing’s must see sights – the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the Temple of Heaven.
The next day will be the one you have all been waiting for – the day you visit the Great Wall of China (and toboggan back down)!
Before you leave Beijing, you will get a chance to swing around the city’s...
Beijing → Xi'an → Guilin → Li River Cruise → Yangshuo → Shanghai
Finding your way around a new city in China is hard; it’s as simple as that. That’s why we are here to give you an intro to Beijing, featuring everything from the Forbidden City to The Great Wall.
Sure, two days is a little on the short side if you want to really get to know the city, but we will try our best to give you a full overview of the history and culture of the area. And if you...
This tour is ideal for visitors who are stopping off at Xingang Port in Tianjin. We will pick you up from the port and return you back after your whirlwind trip to the capital.
As you will be on a tight schedule, we take you to Beijing’s must-see sites. This tour also includes an overnight stay at the excellent Hotel Kapok, which is walking distance from the Forbidden City. If you would...
Cuandixia is a preserved Ming style village located a couple of hours outside Beijing, and is the perfect getaway from city life.
Nestled in the hills, the people of Cuandixia live simply, much as they did in the past.
Guests stay in modest but modern courtyard accommodation. Staying overnight means you can linger in the village, stroll through the green countryside and take things at...
On the first day of your Xi’an adventure, you will be able to tick one of the Seven Wonders of the World off your bucket list – the Terracotta Warriors. After that, you’ll head to Huaqing Hotsprings for an afternoon of relaxation. You’ll end the day on a high with a Tang Dynasty performance and plate-after-plate of lip-smacking Chinese dumplings!
After a very relaxing night’s sleep at...
This tour features a wide variety of activities to keep you busy every day!
Your journey begins when you step on the bullet train in Beijing.
You’ll take part in a kung fu class, make noodles from scratch, do tai chi on Xi'an’s ancient city walls and make pottery at a museum.
You’ll also learn a lot about Chinese history from exploring temples, grottoes and tombs!
Beijing → Luoyang → Xi'an
This tour is perfect for those who enjoy a full-on hike followed by an afternoon of relaxation.
Jinshanling offers the best views of the Great Wall. Some portions are restored, but others grow wild, so climbing there is not for the faint-hearted!
There is nothing better than a morning hike, followed by a few hours soaking in a mineral-rich pool.
On this epic journey you spend a night in a permanent tent at Mount Everest Base Camp. You’ll think of all the climbers who have slept there before, prior to staging their journey to the top of the world's highest peak, rising before dawn to begin their climb.
Along the way you will have time on the road to see other sights outside the capital, Lhasa. Samye Monastery and Shigatse are...
Beijing → Tibet / Lhasa → Tsedang → Gyantse → Shigatse → Mount Everest Base Camp → Shigatse → Tibet / Lhasa
Have you ever heard of Datong? It is a small city in Shanxi province, best known for its rich history, and it is well worth checking out.
The first day of this tour will take you to the famous Hanging Temple, which is bound to blow you away with stunning architecture inside and out.
Visiting the Yungang Grottoes, home to the oldest Buddhist cave art in China, is also sure to be an...
Beijing → Datong → Beijing