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14 Days China Capitals & Yangtze River
14 Days China Capitals & Yangtze River

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Departure Date: Fri,

Total Days: Days

Itinerary

Package's Inclusions:

·                                 Flights LAX-Beijing, Shanghai-LAX (for All-Inclusive package)

Other departure cities available. Click on "Date & Rates" or call 1 (888) 410-4111

·                                 Airline taxes & fuel surcharges

·                                 High-speed train: Chengdu to Chongqing

·                                 Inter-China Flights

Beijingto Xian

Xian to Chengdu

Yichang to Shanghai

·                                 12 nights DELUXE accommodations

Beijing3 nights - Sheraton Xian Hotel 

Chengdu2 nights - MV President No 8  (Deluxe Cabin with Balcony)

Shanghai 3 nights - Renaissance Shanghai Putuo Hotel 


All transfers

Knowledgeable English-speaking tour guides

21 meals: 12 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners

Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach

Administration & Entrance fees as per itinerary

  • Day 1. Hometown to Beijing

    All of your meals, beverages and various entertainment choices will be provided on the flight from your hometown to Beijing.

  • Day 2. Arrive in Beijing

    Your Beijing Tour Guide will greet you upon your arrival at Beijing International Airport and then transfer you to your deluxe hotel.

  • Day 3. Beijing (AB, SD)

    Today you'll begin your China sightseeing tour. The first stop is Tiananmen Square in the center of Beijing. Then head for the magnificent Forbidden City, which stood as the imperial palace for China from the Ming Dynasty until the end of the Qing Dynasty, a period of 500 years. Next you will visit the exquisite 15th century Temple of Heaven - to see the Imperial Ceiling of Heaven with its Echo Wall and the Nine-Dragon Cypress, more than 500 years old. In the evening, you will enjoying an authentic Peking Duck Banquet.

  • Day 4. Beijing (AB, L)

    Today you'll see and perhaps climb the Great Wall of China, one of the country's most famous tourist attractions and one of the greatest man-made wonders of the world. It runs about 5,500 miles through 150 different counties. You will then have a Seminar on Chinese Jade Culture at a local Jade Museum. After lunch, tour the elegant Summer Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site with the largest imperial garden in the world, a favorite retreat for many of the emperors during the Qing Dynasty.

  • Day 5. Beijing / Xian (AB, SD) plan

    Today fly to historic Xian, ancient capital of China and site of archaeological treasures. Tour the Ancient City Wall of Xian, one of the world's oldest, most complete fortified defenses. And your dinner will be the feast of the Imperial Dumpling Banquet, followed by a splendid Tang Dynasty Stage Show.

  • Day 6. Xian / Chengdu (AB, L)

    According to UNESCO, the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses are the Eighth Wonder of the World. Today's excursion will take you to modern China's greatest archaeological discovery – The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, which silently guarded the tomb of China's First Emperor for over 2,200 years. Next you'll head to the Terracotta Replication Factory that actually re-made terracotta soldiers. Later you will fly to Chengdu, the home of the Giant Pandas, also known as the "Country of Heaven". 

  • Day 7. Chengdu (AB)

    This morning is a highlight of your trip, as you visit the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, the largest Giant Panda reserve in the world. Whenever China dispatches its animal ambassadors to zoos around the world, they have usually started their life in Chengdu. Tour the museum and see a movie on the Giant Panda’s habitat and evolution. Afterwards, stop at a local tea house, where locals recline on bamboo armchairs, play mahjong and meet with friends.

  • Day 8. Chengdu / Chongqing - Yangtze Cruise (AB) ship

    Free till be transferred to take a high-speed train to Chongqing (about 2 hours), a picturesque mountain city. Upon arrival, board your Deluxe Cruises ship for an unforgettable cruise along the Yangtze River. (Note: Due to water level condition, boarding port of the cruise may be changed to Fengdu.) 

  • Day 9. Cruise on Yangtze (AB, L, D) ship

    After breakfast, free to attending various cultural programs provided on the ship or take an optional land excursion to Fengdu, the Chinese Ghost City. This afternoon, a shore excursion to Zhongxian will be arranged. Here you will visit Shibaozhai with its impressive wooden pagoda, appropriately named “The Pearl of the Yangtze”.  This evening, the Captain Welcome Party will be held for you to enjoy. 

  • Day 10. Cruise on Yangtze (AB, L, D) ship

    Sail through Qutang Gorge, the shortest (5 miles), narrowest (500 feet) and most dramatic one among the Three Gorges. Next is Wu Gorge, 25 miles long and well known for its 12 forest covered peaks, quiet beauty, and ever-changing scenery. After lunch, experience a new adventure by transferring to a small riverboat and cruising up the Shennong Stream tributary.

  • Day 11. Cruise on Yangtze - Yichang / Shanghai (AB) shipplan

    Disembark the cruise to see the massive Three Gorges Dam, the world's largest hydroelectric project. Then you'll cruise on to Yichang to disembark before taking a flight to Shanghai, a renowned international metropolis drawing more and more attention. (Note: Due to water level condition, the disembark port of the cruise may be changed to Sanduoping.)

  • Day 12. Shanghai (AB, L)

    Today you'll soak up the more commercial aspects on Old Street, modern Xintiandi, Nanjing Road, the famous Bund. Visit a Silk Spinning Mill where you can doing some shopping. Then step back in time at the Shanghai Museum with more than 120,000 art objects.

  • Day 13. Shanghai (AB)

    Today you'll have a free day for explore this huge city on your own.

  • Day 14. Shanghai to Hometown (AB)

    Today you'll board a flight to return home. Your amazing China trip ends.

 

Recommended Options:

  • Day 4: Dinner & The Golden Mask Dynasty $65

  • Day 12: Dinner & Permanent Show "ERA - Intersection of Time" $59 
US Departure Land Only All Inclusive Tax & Fees Single Supp. Action
Friday   (LAX) (JFK)      
2016-09-02 2899 USD2099 USD3099 +$200 Included USD980
2016-09-09 2899 USD2099 USD3099 +$200 Included USD980
*2016-09-16 2899 USD2099 USD3099 +$200 Included USD980
*2016-09-30 2899 USD2099 USD3099 +$200 Included USD980
2016-10-07 2899 USD2099 USD3099 +$200 Included USD980
*2016-10-14 2899 USD2099 USD3099 +$200 Included USD980
2016-10-21 2899 USD2099 USD3099 +$200 Included USD980
2016-11-04 2899 USD2099 USD2999 +$200 Included USD900
2016-11-18 2899 USD2099 USD2999 +$200 Included USD900
2017-03-10 2899 USD2099 USD2999 +$200 Included USD900
2017-03-17 2899 USD2099 USD2999 +$200 Included USD900
*2017-03-24 2899 USD2099 USD2999 +$200 Included USD900

2 people guaranteed departure for departure dates in red and marked with " * "

 

Early bird discount(booked 60 days before departure):
Booked before Dec 31st,2015, save $200 per person; Booked between Jan 1st and Feb 29th, 2016, save $100 per person


ChinaTour.com features all inclusive escorted tours with scheduled departures that include transpacific airfare from San Francisco (SFO), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (JFK) and Vancouver (YVR). "Land Only" packages are available for individuals who prefer arranging their own flights to China. "All Inclusive (Air & Land)" based on contract fare and subject to availability at the time of booking made.


Passengers departing from cities not listed above, please use the following Add-on Air-fares:

  • DC, Boston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Houston, Dallas, Miami: USD399
  • Other Eastern and Central Standard Time Zone: $499
  • Mountain Standard Time Zone: USD399
  • Pacific Standard Time Zone: $299
 

Remarks:

1. Rates are in U.S. funds, per person, based on double occupancy. Tour cost includes fuel surcharge. U.S. and China air taxes & fees (include 9/11 security fee) are listed clearly for your note. Please note airline fuel surcharge, U.S. and China air taxes & fees are beyond our control and therefore subject to change without prior notice.

2. Air transportation in conjunction with land tours, based on the applicable airfares on participating carries, subject to the rules and regulations of the class, fare and service of the individual airlines. Due to special contracted net agreements, supplements or credits for air deviations may NOT be equal to published airfare differentials.

3. Transpacific Airfare are subject to change and any increase in airfare is not included in the tour fare. Depending on airfare class differences, the airfare may be non-refundable and subject to full cancellation penalties.

4. Air seats are limited, add-on airfares are subject to change until ticket issued. For add on from specific US domestic cities, please contact our agent.

5. Tour extensions may not include weekend surcharge. ChinaTour.com endeavors to follow the itineraries precisely: however, if flights are not available at the scheduled time, ChinaTour.com reserves the right to modify the air and land arrangements from smooth operation of the tour.

6. All prices listed above are per person in U. S. dollars based on double occupancy. If three adults need to share one room and the third person asking for extra bed, the third person's price will be the same as others.

7. Children 11 years and under who share a room with two adults and do not ask for an extra bed will be charged the listed child fare or 75% of the regular adult price; if they need an extra bed in the same room with two adults, the cost will be 90% of the regular adult price. Children 12 and older will be charged at the regular adult price.

8. Early depart or late return is allowed, the ticket change fee is $50 per person each time, in addition to airlines surcharge for different air class and weekend if necessary.

9. Please contact agent for your preferred airline, additional cost may apply. Additional baggage charges may apply.

 

 

 

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